MT. VERNON — — A two-vehicle accident shortly before 2 p.m. on Saturday at the intersection of Salem Road and Gaskins Alley resulted in this SUV landing on its top. Police said the motorist failed to stop at the intersection and was clipped by an eastbound vehicle. The second vehicle then struck a third vehicle, which was westbound on Gaskins. No injuries were reported.
Local Tea Party members not targeted
MT. VERNON — A local Tea Party organizer says he or anyone affiliated with the local organization has not been targeted by the Internal Revenue Service. The Justice Department is investigating the IRS for targeting tea party groups for extra scrutinContinued ...
Thursday Night Live kicks off season
Cedarhurst Center for the Arts is kicking off its Thursday Night Live season on May 30. "This is the second year it's been named Thursday Night Live, but we are in the third year of remaining open on Thursday evenings through the summer," said SarahContinued ...
Public assistance sought in burglaries
The Jefferson County Crimestoppers are seeking the public's help in finding the person or persons responsible for more than 33 burglaries in the area. There have been 33 burglaries reported since November 2012, with 17 within the city limits and 16Continued ...
ICE return unlikely this year
MT. VERNON -- It appears Jefferson County government is giving up on the idea of housing Immigrations, Customs & Enforcement prisoners this fiscal year, and perhaps long range. The federal prisoners were taken out of the county jail in early DecemberContinued ...
Executive director resigns
MT. VERNON — Following a five-year stint as the executive director of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, Brandon Bullard announced at Thursday's noon luncheon he is leaving the position. Bullard informed the Chamber's Executive Board of his dContinued ...
- Fire district approves appointments
- Ceremony planned at Belle Rive School
- Fire destoys Belle Rive home
- ICE's future may be determined
- Wolves, bears and piggies, oh my!
- Compliance check results in two citations
- Architect says new high school project 'on budget'
- Pacers rout Knicks; take series lead
- Memorial Day events planned for holiday weekend
- Local Tea Party members not targeted