Zanesville City Council passes amendments of 1999 and 2002 agreement with Mattingly foods.
Port Authority Executive Director Mike Jacoby said that the company expanded two freezers on its property which required large investments. The agreements made years ago offered tax abatements to Mattingly. The company is currently adjusting their business model after losing a major contract with Bob Evans.
"One of the things they've done is change the ownership of the real property,...
Expansion could be in the future for two area businesses.
Tom's Ice Cream Bowl owner Bill Sullivan said it is his dream to expand his business and his wife's to have a gift shop. Sullivan is now attempting to make those dreams reality. He recently purchased a home next to the Ice Cream Bowl and plans to turn it into a gift shop. The gift shop will sell pottery and other items currently housed at the ice cream shop.
There's also plans for the outside of the proposed store.
Shoppers at a Colony Square Mall store can save money and support the community at the same time.
Elder-Beerman is collecting gently used clothing and household items that will be sold at Goodwill stores. Store manager Annie Wolfer said customers will receive a tiered discount coupon in exchange for each donation.
"With these coupons, it's on things that aren't normally on sale like cosmetics, fragrances, Columbia, Levi and electronics, so there are a lot of great...
Zanesville Police have one man in custody and are searching for another man in connection with two incidents Thursday. Detective Sergeant Ric Roush says it started around 3:30 am at the Putnam Beer Dock. Roush says a suspect broke out the front window of the business and stole lottery tickets, beer and cigarettes. Detective Roush says then around 11:00 am the attendant at the North-end K-Mart Goodwill drop off facility was robbed by a suspect who matched the description of the suspect...
Elder Beerman and Goodwill hosted their annual Stuff the Truck event Saturday.
A Goodwill truck was parked behind the department store and there was one goal in mind; to stuff the truck with all sorts of things.
"We do this twice a year and it is great to see such participation for all of the customers. They get their merchandise, they use their coupon and they know all about the event," Annie Wolfer, Store Manager.
Elder-Beerman in Zanesville and the Goodwill are teaming up for the "Goodwill Sale."
Elder-Beerman Store Manager Annie Wolfer says the partnership began in 1994, and together, with the help of customers, they have donated nearly 54 million items to Goodwill. Over the years, the campaign has expanded to include 278 Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. The purpose of the "Goodwill Sale" is twofold.
"Right now it's such an important time to help out people and what...
A local retailer is asking the community to donate items for a good cause.
As a part of a national effort, Elder Beerman in Zanesville and the Goodwill are teaming up for the "Goodwill Sale." The campaign began in 1994 as a way to help put people back to work and to also generate revenue for the organization.
There's also an incentive for donating.
"We give customers coupons, and on Wednesday and Saturday is double coupon day for every single item they...