Downtown hosts First Friday
Tesa Glass/Register-News Kip Bauer adjusts an easel and artwork for the Downtown Mt. Vernon Development First Fridays event. Rain forced many of the outdoor vendors and artisans to cancel, but several chose to set up at the Granada Center for the PerContinued ...
Bark for Life event planned
MT. VERNON — Area residents and their pets can be a part of the Relay for Life of Jefferson County through the Bark for Life event on May 18 at Veterans Park. "This event will allow dogs to help their owners raise money and celebrate cancer survivorsContinued ...
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Tesa Glass/Register-News City employee Roger Perigo works to mark a level flooring area on the new shelter being constructed at Veterans Park. The shelter is expected to be completed by the Memorial Day weekend, according to Parks and Facilities DireContinued ...
April construction closes on $300,000
MT. VERNON — Construction in the King City came in at $294,000 for April, down from $405,462 in March. Business construction permitted came in at $234,000, with $139,000 of the total coming from Faulk & Foster, to add on to a cellular tower located aContinued ...
New electric rate quotes expected this month
MT. VERNON — Proposals for electric suppliers are due on Monday for those areas which approved electric aggregation on the April ballot. "It's looking pretty good," said Jeff Haarmann of Affordable Gas and Electric, the company chosen as the broker fContinued ...
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