The Nelson T. Gant Foundation is showing four documentaries that highlight different stages of the Civil Rights Movement. Today movie goers watched the 2nd movie in the series Slavery by Another Name."
The foundation received a grant from the National Endowment of Humanities to bring the Created Equal four series program to Zanesville. It's a way to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Visitor's say the film was both educational and an eye opener.
Planning for the 28th Carr Center Cake auction is already underway and organizers are asking you to get involved.
Each year the center puts on the cake auction to raise money for their ten youth and senior based programs. Executive Director of the center, Kim Hosler says the money helps the center to provide the best service for their guests who participate in the educational workshops.
"The one community knows us for the best is the speech therapy program and we take...
The Zanesville City School District is implementing a state wide program this year to help students make up missed school days.
So far the district has missed 13 days of school due to inclement weather. The Blizzard Bag Program allows the district to use the days off of school as traditional class days. The state allows up to three blizzard days and there is a variety of ways for students to complete the assigned course work.
Local business owners learned how improving customer service tactics can positively impact a business.
The Zanesville Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce held the first of a series of seminars on customer service at the John McIntire Library. Chamber President, Tom Poorman says the informational meeting will help improve services in our area.
"It's actually a business growth strategy." said Poorman. The better your services, the more business you retain locally and the...
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...