Local Boy Scout troop 158, along with members of the Am Vets of Muskingum County, spent their Saturday morning remembering the men and women who gave their lives up for our country by visiting Greenwood Cemetery in Zanesville and placing an American flag on the nearly 600 graves of the veteran's who rest there.
"It's so nice to have the Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts have been with us now, this will make the fifth year and we've got them pretty much education on what symbols to look...
Hundreds of motorcyclists gathered at the Zanesville VFW Wednesday for a unique celebration.
The Vietnam Memorial Wall made its stop in Zanesville, before being escorted by the State Highway Patrol and motorcyclists to the VFW in McConnelsville. John Christy from the Malta VFW says every person in attendance was proud to show their support.
"I did three tours in Vietnam." explained Christy "All of these people, most of them are veterans, and they're all...
World War Two Survivors are given a once in a life time chance to visit and reflect at their memorial.
Non-profit organization, "Honor Flight" has one goal-to bring American Veterans to Washington DC. The program began in Dayton. Co-Directors Bill and Bobbi Richards adopted the project into the Columbus area and have been flying veterans since 2007.
Zane's Landing Park was empty Monday afternoon but come this weekend the sound of Harleys will fill the air.
The 30th Annual Veterans Bike Show will take place this Saturday and Sunday. The event will include a poker run, 50/50 raffle, bike give-a-way, and live entertainment. Organizer Kenny Forsythe said there is something for everybody.
"I like to see a big crowd show up," said Forsythe. "Old, young, enjoy the show, enjoy the entertainment."
The celebration of Independence rang true for a number of Veterans on Sunday...in the form of music.
Sunday afternoon The Zanesville Memorial Concert Band took to the Secrest Auditorium stage to play a number of patriotic tunes. But for Band Members who have served, such as Veteran, David Shroder the day had a deeper meaning.
"What if we never had declared our independence from England?" expressed Shroder. "July 4th 1776 is a great day in out nation's history and...