The law firm representing Perry County Doctor Jeffrey Haggenjos issued a statement Thursday on his recent firing by Genesis HealthCare System. Brent Stubbins, of Stubbins, Watson & Bryan, in a press release, said "as you know Dr. Jeffrey Haggenjos is no longer employed by the Genesis HealthCare System. Dr. Haggensjos greatly appreciates the overwhelming outpouring of...
There is a boil advisory in effect in parts of the Village of Chesterhill. Officials say that includes Coal, Marietta, and East Streets and State Route 555 South. The boil advisory remains in effect until further notice.
A Zanesville man set to go to trial Thursday on multiple drug charges instead decided to enter a guilty plea. The Muskingum County Prosecutor’s Office says that 34-year-old Chad Ballard was facing 12 drug charges and one count of having a weapon under disability when he decided against the trial before Common Pleas Judge Kelly Cottrill. The Judge accepted the plea and ordered a pre-sentence investigation. One count of trafficking in drugs will be dropped at sentencing.
A dice ride this weekend could mean new prosthesis for one local girl born without legs.
Paige Calendine is four years old and as she grows, she needs new prosthetic legs to accommodate her. This weekend her family is reaching out to the community for help to see that Paige continues her development.
Vice President of Usual Suspects Motorcycle Club, Chico Repuyan said that after meeting Paige there was no question they wanted to be a part of her journey.
September is a month for celebrating the relationship between a child and their kinship care taker.
Kinship care takers are those aunts, grandparents, or other family members that foster a child who can't stay with their parents due to mental health, abuse, incarceration, or other issues. Kinship Coordinator Patrick Donavan said that taking a child to a relative's home helps the child cope with the trauma of leaving their parents.