MT. VERNON — — United Methodist Childrens Home staff and residents donned Biblical attire Friday to put on the annual live nativity at the UMCH campus. Visitors could walk or drive through, and volunteers offered hot cocoa. The UMCH Festival of Trees also took place Friday.
Stuff the Bus campaign begins
MT. VERNON — A five-week campaign to collect school supplies for local schoolchildren will begin on Friday. United Way of South Central Illinois has announced its Stuff the Bus kickoff campaign will coincide with the organization's Day of Action. DaContinued ...
Jaycees cleaning out train depot
MT. VERNON — A longtime civic organization — Mt. Vernon Jaycees — is disbanding, and club members are conducting one last project this weekend to cap off its 67-year legacy. A public rummage sale will be held at noon on Saturday and Sunday at the clContinued ...
Continental Tire celebrates expansion
MT. VERNON — Continental Tire the Americas celebrated a milestone on Tuesday with a beam signing ceremony on its newest expansion. "CTA Mt. Vernon has always had the support of state and local officials," plant manager Benny Harmse said. "... I am cContinued ...
MVTHS weighs purchase offers
MT. VERNON – Mt. Vernon Township High School is now considering three offers to buy portions of its campus. Only one of those offers has reached the stage where a cost figure has been announced. That is the offer to purchase the parking areas adjacenContinued ...
Naming rights granted for new theater
MT. VERNON – The Schweinfurth Foundation has been granted lifetime naming rights for the new proposed Mt. Vernon Township High School theater. School officials say Schweinfurth has donated roughly $510,000 to the school over the years for arts prograContinued ...
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