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...
With predictions of yet another snow storm on the way the Ohio Department of Transportation remains full staffed and working around the clock to clear out what’s left of last night’s snow and make way for what mother nature has in store for us next.
Phil Newman, Manager of the Muskingum County Branch of ODOT says his crews have working all day and are ready for more.
Over the last few weekends ODOT’s salt supply has gone down, but Newman says more is on the way. ...
The biggest snowfall of the season began with a strong burst of the white stuff early Sunday evening. A strong winter storm, armed with plenty of Gulf moisture brought some fairly big snows into the Ohio Valley. Early snowfall rates on Sunday approached an inch an hour. --The weekend, of course, had all ready begun with 2" of snow falling Friday night.
Reports of an additional 4-6 inches of snow were common across SE Ohio as of late Sunday night. As expected, a rapid change...
As you know Valentine’s Day is less than a month away. Do you know what you are going to get that special someone?
With the big day on a Saturday this year, loose the chocolates and flowers and escape for the weekend.
Bill Porter, manager of the Zanesville AAA, says there are plenty of places to go that aren’t to far. “Good ideas for the weekend would be a hotel package in Columbus, Cabins in Hocking Hills, The Pocono Mountains, or Niagara Falls.”