With another day off from school area kids took to the slopes today to enjoy everyone’s favorite winter pastime—sledding!
But one thing kids forget when they hit the slopes is their helmet.
Alan Ranck, Assistant Park Manager of the Dillon State Park says, “ I’ve heard a lot of people trying to emphasize safety and helmets are an up and coming thing for kids whether they’re on bicycles or here with the sledding. It’s always a good idea.”
One day before Judge Howard Zwelling is set to announce his decision on her early release, Jennifer Bryant’s attorney Aaron Miller files a memorandum in response to the state’s memorandum filed last week.
Bryant served seven months of a three-year sentence on involuntary manslaughter, child endangering and abuse of a corpse charges. She was convicted last year of killing her newborn baby and placing him in a trash bin outside her Muskingum College apartment.
There’s good news tonight for the city of Zanesville…
The long awaited construction project for the State Route 146 and State Route 60 connector road has finally been passed by the council.
Larry Merry of the Zanesville Port Authority says this is one of the big steps necessary to move this project forward. One of the main reasons the connector road project was created was to reduce the amount of traffic through our city.
With the worst snowfall of the year so far, local residents are left having to brace the cold and dig their way out.
But what you may not think of when you are their shoveling is how it affects your health.
Joseph Stein, Chairman of the Genesis Emergency Services says when people are out there they forget how long they’re doing this activity and it can be much more strenuous than what they normally do. As a result they could end up with breathing problems or heart attacks...