Friends, family and co-workers celebrated Zanesville City Council's Council-at-Large member, Ted Zakany at his retirement party at Monday night. Zakany, a Zanesville native, started his career working in his family's grocery store and has served on city council since 1976. At 86-years-old and after decades of serving on city council, Zakany says he's most proud of passing legislation that benefits Zanesville's law enforcement officers.
The Zanesville- Muskingum County Health Department is losing a 30 year long employee from the Environmental Health Division
Ann Moorehead is retiring Friday after 30 years. Her role included clearing housing permits and licenses as well as water well and sewage permits, but to her colleagues turned friends, she is so much more than that.
"We are going to miss Ann a lot because of her experience with environmental health, public health and customer service in general....
After starting his career as a cadet dispatcher, Trooper Mike Forshey will turn in his badge, uniform and gear at the end of his last shift on Friday as he retires from serving 31-years with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
"It's going to be kind of interesting, it's going to be a little different not being part of the team, not being part of what's bigger than you are. But I'm really looking forward to doing something else for a while," said Forshey.
Firefighters from around Ohio traveled in to honor former Fire Chief Dave Lacy of Zanesville Friday afternoon.
The Fire Chiefs Association and Union honored him after he announced his retirement last month. He said while he's sad to leave the fire department, which has become his second family, he'll always be a firefighter no matter what.
"It just means that once you get that in your blood until you become incapacitated and can't do it anymore, you still have that urge to...
The Zanesville Muskingum County Health Department welcomes a new Director of Nursing following Gloria Kieffer's retirement.
Kieffer will retire at the end of the month after dedicating more than 20 years of service. During her time at the health department, she has worked with the juvenile detention center, conducted newborn home visits, and provided early start and early intervention services.
"It's been a wonderful experience. I've really enjoyed working with all the...
Just because Thanksgiving is a national holiday, doesn't mean everyone gets the day off. But who says you still can't have Thanksgiving dinner on the clock?
The Zanesville Fire Department along with the Police Department gathered to enjoy their Thanksgiving feast at the firehouse. But while they may enjoy a few good laughs and eat some Turkey Day goodness, they are always prepared for whatever may come their way.
"Thanksgiving Day is no different than any other day. The...