A new business in Zanesville is helping to keep the area technologically savvy.
SOTA, which stands for State Of The Art, held its grand opening for the Zanesville location Thursday. The company was founded in Coshocton in 1985, has a branch office in Columbus and felt it was time to expand to Zanesville.
"We have had a customer base here in Zanesville for years. We have done Internet service here for years, we have had some sales and service customers and some IT...
The new Zanesville and Muskingum County Visitors Guide is hot off the press.
The visitors guide has information on hotels, restaurants, shopping options as well as local attractions. The visitors guide is designed to attract visitors and tourists and help build the local economy.
"We distribute over 90,000 copies each and every year of our visitors guide, so it is a great way to market Muskingum County as a travel destination," says Kelly Ashby the vice...
With all due respect to the Masters golf tournament, the Zanesville Blue Devils basketball program is a tradition unlike any other. A fraternity of brothers that has a lifetime membership. In fact, these days some of the elder statesmen can be found in their stomping grounds. (Click the link for the story)
IN BASKETBALL, THERE ARE COUNTLESS WAYS TO GO ABOUT PLAYING THE GAME ON THE COURT THAT ENSURE A TEAM GETS THE WIN. BUT RITUALS AND ROUTINES OFF THE COURT SEEM TO PULL A LOT OF WEIGHT AS WELL. THE ZANESVILLE BLUE DEVILS, FOR EXAMPLE, ARE VERY SUPERSTITIOUS. (Click the link to view story)
The distance from Zanesville to Value City Arena is only 61 miles. The journey with the Blue Devil basketball team has seemed a lot longer than just those 61 miles. It seems like its been a 1,000 mile trip, but this is the last stop on everyones list.
Tonight at Winland Gym the Blue Devils held a community pep rally for the state bound boys basketball team, who will try to advance to the schools third state title game in the last 15 years on the 15th aniversery of the last Blue...
When we shoot a game at WHIZ, there's a significant amount of footage that is left on the cutting room floor. This All-Access feature attempts to bring you some of those moments we didn't have time to show you in the highlights of the Regional Final between Zanesville and Columbus DeSales. Special thanks to videographers Daniel Wolfgang and Spenser Miller who were the men behind the cameras.