The Village of South Zanesville is mourning the loss of the current mayor and long time volunteer firefighter after he was killed in the line of duty.
According to South Zanesville Fire Chief, Norm Mansfield and Fiscal Officer of the village, Chris Kerby, Terry Richard "Dick" Guss has tragically passed away due to injuries sustained from a Friday morning fall. EMA Director and friend, Bo Keck says Dick sat on several boards and was an influential member of the community.
Beautiful colors, scenes, and architectural masterpieces were admired at the 2nd Annual Church Stained Glass Window Tour.
The tour started at Bryan Place, where visitors purchased wristbands and were guided throughout downtown to visit historical landmarks. Once there, they were given a brief history of each church and its stained glass windows.
"The windows have gone through some hard times like the churches have. They have been through the 1913 floods. Most of these...
Thousands of people gathered at West Muskingum High School for the first ever Holiday Panorama of the Arts.
Children ages K-12 displayed their art work and performed in concerts at the large scale event. Art teacher at West Muskingum, Kelsey Schrock says the faculty has worked since September on the project.
"I think we met every month after that and its been very tough organizing just because we wanted to do so much, but I think it turned out great music and art are...
The Village of South Zanesville is mourning the loss of a firefighter and mayor Sunday evening.
According to South Zanesville Fire Chief, Norm Mansfield and Chris Kerby, The Fiscal Officer of the Village of South Zanesville, Terry Richard Guss, has tragically died following injuries sustained after a fall.
Kerby confirmed, that around 12:30 on Friday morning, after battling a house fire, Guss slipped from the running board of Engine 1415. He...
The Zanesville Civic Chorus and Orchestra will present the 84th annual performance of "Messiah" Sunday evening.
Performers met at Central Trinity United Methodist Church on 7th street to rehearse for the big day on Saturday. More than 120 performers including soloists, chorus and orchestra members will entertain the crowd on Sunday night. Director, James McLaughlin says it's a show you do not want to miss.
"First of all it's the most known piece of choral...
Locals visited some of the most historical sites in Zanesville as a part of the Putnam Holiday Open House.
More than a dozen historical sites and local businesses participated in the open house that will continue on Sunday. Visitors are able to speak with local historians about the founding of this area and its immense significance. Director of the Fine Arts and Historical Society of Muskingum County, Jim Geyer gave the public a detailed history of the Stone Academy.
Locals ran for more than 3 miles through the rain and snow for a good cause on Saturday.
Runners and walkers met at Vista Golf Course in Nashport to participate in the 10th Annual 5K Reindeer Run and 1 Mile Walk to benefit Muskingum Family Y's Strong Kids Financial Assistance Program. The funds allow children who are not capable of paying to join various Y programs free of charge.
"There is several programs we have, a lot of sports programs also our summer day camp that's...
People visited the Trinity United Presbyterian church in Zanesville to get their fix of holiday treats.
The 23rd Annual Paws of Muskingum County Cookie Walk took place from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the church . People were able to participate in a Chinese auction as well as purchase cookies and dog treats that will benefit the organization's mission to cut down on animal population growth.
"Spaying and neutering of pets, we did about 250 animals last year so we would like to...
A precautionary boil water advisory alert has been issued for the following residents in Crooksville. China Street, Elizabeth Street, High Street and Hull Street. Affected residents should boil water for making ice, drinking, washing dishes and brushing teeth. The alert will continue until further notice. For more information you can call the Crooksville Water Plant at 740-982-2712.