Zanesville became sin city on Saturday night for the annual Genesis Foundation Casino Night, to raise money for women’s services.
This year’s fundraiser was done all Vegas style. This year’s Casino Night had a new venue, the past 15 years its been held at the Colony Square Mall, but this year, the foundation chose the Zanesville Holiday Inn for the bash.
All the money raised at Casino Night benefits Women’s Services, including the heart and cancer departments.
With the new trend in bridal fashion this year, your something blue could be your dress. Teri Misener’s job is to help brides select their wedding gown of their dreams, and if you are a spring bride, I hope you dream in color.
“Color in bridal gowns, always taboo, those days are gone, we’re seeing beautiful colors in wedding gowns now.” Says Misener.
Designers are adding a touch of every color in the rainbow from deep reds to light blues to rich gold, all showing up in the...
The West Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that a lower court didn’t have enough evidence to rule in favor of a Parkersburg hospital that wouldn’t hire a male nurse for its Obstetrics Unit.
The court ruled 4-to-1 Thursday to send the case back to the Wood County Circuit Court for further research. Nurse Michael Slivka of Malta says he thinks it’s amazing he can do the same job in Ohio but not across the river in West Virginia. Slivka now works in the Neonatal Unit at Children’s...
A guilty plea Friday in North Carolina from a man charged in the 2002 shooting death of an Ohioan.
24-yar-old Quincy Allen of Columbia, South Carolina, pleaded guilty in the shooting deaths of 29-year-old Robert Shane Roush of Lancaster along with a store clerk. The shootings happened at a gas station off Interstate 77 on August 12th, 2002.
Allen was arrested three days later in Texas driving Roush’s Ford Explorer. Authorities say Allen had been running from Columbia...