The second co-defendant in the Brad Barnett murder case pleads guilty.
However 19-year-old Amanda Miller of Hopewell will not be sentenced in 30 days. That’s because she’s agreed to testify at the trial of 22-year-old Derek Norris, the Hopewell man whom shot and killed Barnett.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, Miller plead guilty to one count complicity to commit aggravated robbery; one count possession crack; one count possession...
Three young local children need some extra attention right now.
Their father passed away last week and Sandy Rosser from the Roseville Community Center is asking the Community’s help for this family. Rosser says her main concern is to let these children know that people are out there that really care for them in this time of crisis.
Rosser is asking for monetary donations, which can be sent to: The Slack Family Fund First Federal Bank 55 Main Street...
Although the economy has taken a toll in certain areas across the country, economic development in Muskingum County has actually been quite positive.
More specifically the city of Zanesville has seen a lot of economic growth over the past year.
Larry Merry of the Zanesville Port Authority says there have been many positive projects such as Dollar General’s continued expansion, and the recent announcement of the 222 jobs at the Lear Corporation.
The U-S Supreme Court has denied a convicted killer’s application to stay his execution, clearing the way for him to die.
Lewis Williams, a Cleveland native, is scheduled to die for a 1983 shooting death.
The high court’s decision came at 10:45 p.m. last night, with the justices voting five-to-four to let the execution proceed. The full sixth circuit court of appeals in Cincinnati had also voted to deny Williams a stay earlier in the night.