Sunday was the last day of the Hearth, Home and Away Show and vendors were more enthused than ever.
Owner of All Decked Out, David Thomas, was one of dozens of vendors at the annual home-improvement show. Thomas says he's been coming to the home show for the past six years. His favorite part of the three day event is interacting with customers and helping them create their dream designs.
"Well we are a full service builder so obviously we will do everything from a deck to a...
More than 300 volunteers and scout officials met the North Terrace Church of Christ for the annual Muskingum Valley Council Awards.
The Muskingum Valley Council covers Muskingum, Knox, Coshocton, Guernsey Noble, and part of Tuscararwas County. Eagle Scouts in those districts were recognized for their dedication at Saturday's festivities.
"We have 29 young men who have achieved scouting flagship rank in the past year in addition to that we are recognizing volunteers for their...
The 19th Annual Taste of Color was held at the Zanesville Civic League Community Center.
Dozens of people met at the center to celebrate black history and diversity. During the program there was dancing, inspirational speeches and awards given out to good doers from the local area. The first ever Robert Tidco Award was presented on Saturday.
"This year is Bill Hollins, he works at Zanesville Metropolitan Housing and he's been working there for a number of years. I know over...
Day two of the Hearth, Home and Away show at the Colony Square Mall is underway.
More than 20 local and national vendors filled the mall on Saturday to show off their latest home improvement products. Some of the vendors also provided additional services such as Lepi and Associates that showed visitors what they have to offer.
"Something that the public may not know is we offer all of the residential,commercial and real estate management for all of Southeastern Ohio,"...
The Hearth, Home and Away show kicked off on Friday at the Colony Square Mall.
More than 20 vendors set up shop at the home improvement show. There are contractors and other home improvement experts. One of the biggest displays is by Zemba Brothers.
"We got a little bit of everything from excavators to our large loaders we can do anything from small projects to residential to big projects you name it we can get into it, "said Project Manager, Troy Jones.
A local woman is serenaded by a singing quartet in honor of Valentine's Day.
Addy Weck works at the Shriver's Pharmacy on Brighton Boulevard and when she came in to work she got the biggest surprise of her life. Her husband of eight years, Cory, sent the Sweet Adelines to bring her a rose and sing to her while on the job.
"I feel very appreciated and I feel well loved and and yes I'll thank him greatly," said Weck.
The Adelines started this morning at 9 a.m. and...