A Cambridge man enters a plea in connection to the death of a pizza delivery driver.
32-year-old Adam Charles Burris appeared for an arraignment Friday in Guernsey County Common Pleas Court and plead not guilty to aggravated murder, rape, kidnapping and aggravated robbery among other counts.
Authorities said 26-year-old Kayla Thompson, of Cambridge, didn't return from a delivery to Burris' home the day after Christmas.
Burris was taken into custody and led authorities to...
The Zanesville Appalachian Art Project has chosen its Artist of the Month for March.
The work of Rosemary Honnold will be on display for guests at the ZAAP gallery. This is the first time her art will be open to the public. Honnold creates a variety of different types of pieces and is excited to share them with others.
"I have landscapes of course and I like painting all types of things almost anything that will hold still for me to paint and as far as people I usually paint...
District Ten board of elections members held a meeting on Thursday at the Sunrise Center.
Muskingum County Board of Elections Director, Chris Hamill facilitated the event. Around 40 local officials from surrounding counties came to hear state representative, Brian Hill discuss topics that affect voting in our area and in the state.
"We talked about house bill 240 that will actually eliminate special elections throughout the year there will be four election time periods and...
The Lieutenant Governor for the state of Ohio made a trip to Zanesville on Thursday to discuss the Mid Biennial Budget Review bill that will be introduced to legislature next week.
Lt. Governor Mary Taylor says that the review is unique to Governor, John Kasich's time in office and will focus on education and tax cut programs. Taylor says in the last two budgets they have cut taxes by a total of 3 billion dollars and hope a new cut will increase those savings.
The problem of arson in Dresden is real. Village council members met on Thursday to talk about offering reward money to help find the person responsible.
For five years the village has been dealing with the work of an arsonist. The latest fire was set at 95 S.Chestnut Street in January and Dresden Mayor, David Mathew hopes that offering a reward will encourage people to come forward with information.
"$25,000 is what we are going to offer for information leading to the...
Licking County Prosecutor Kenneth Oswalt says a Newark High School Assistant band director has been indicted on sex related charges. Oswalt says 32-year-old Anthony Miller of Westerville faces a 13 count indictment that includes 5 counts of sexual battery, 3 counts of sexual imposition, one count of endangering children and one count of attempted sexual battery. Oswalt says if convicted Miller could face up to 37-and-a-half years in prison. The Prosecutor says the currently...
So....what would you do if you found $1,300 on the ground?
A local boy was faced with that exact question this past Monday, when he and his family entered the Community Bank on Maysville Pike.
"There was a lady that came over to one of the islands that they make the checks out to, and she had money for her rent, her house and her car payment, and she dropped it," said Tommy Winland, a student at Philo Junior High.
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office is reporting a missing Tri-Valley High School student has been found.
The Sheriff's Office says at around 7 p.m. Wednesday evening, 17-year-old Karinda Chapman turned herself in to the Sheriff's Office. She is currently in juvenile detention, which according to authorities is common when a juvenile deliberately runs away.
This Friday, Zanesville art enthusiasts will be gathering for the art walk.
Every first Friday of the month the local art community comes together for the art display. All local artists can show their work while attendees and other supporters of the art community walk from gallery to gallery.
"It's a wonderful group of people who are working all the time to get art out there to the public and to share it with everyone," said Lynn Anderson, Member of the Eastern Ohio Art...