We have some updates on Thursday’s brutal homicide.
Today, Muskingum County Prosecutor Michael Haddox released the name of the suspect. Seventeen-year-old Aaron K. Miller of South Zanesville is currently being held in juvenile detention for the killing of Jordan Harrison. It is still unknown exactly what charges Miller will face.
“We’re still investigating this matter,” Haddox says. “There’s still some statements that need to be taken and we also commonly like to get...
The long holiday weekend starts today… and AAA is reporting that more Americans will travel this 4th of July weekend than have ever traveled for a holiday weekend before.
The local AAA of Zanesville says more than 40 million Americans will hit the roadways today. Manager Bill Porter says there isn’t much getting in the way of those leaving home this weekend, and even the most obvious reason to travel less isn’t stopping Americans this year.
It was a somber evening at Rolling Plains United Methodist Church in Zanesville, where friends and family members gathered together to pray for a local teen seriously injured in a watercraft incident and remember a teen killed in an early morning stabbing.
The County Commissioners received their six-month review of the county garage today and the update was promising.
According to county commissioner, Don Madden, previous changes that were made to the garage are working out well. “The information we were given shows that everything seems to be working very, very well. They are keeping up with the work orders that are coming in. Like most of the departments, their budget is very, very close, but they seem to be on target for budget and...
Some recent changes to area water lines could mean more access to county water.
Today, officials from the Muskingum County Water Department met with the county commissioners, to give an update on recent developments and upcoming projects. This year, the water department plans to extend the water lines on Spry Road and Dillon State Park, around the Ballard Road Area. According to Randy Caw, plant supervisor of the Muskingum County Water Department, extending these lines could help...
Some good news if you were affected by the winter storms that hit in December of last year.
Congressman Bob Ney announced that ten counties in his district are among 22 statewide that will share over 11-million dollars in emergency grant funding.
It’s from the U-S Department of Labor. The federal funding will provide roughly 474 temporary jobs to dislocated and unemployed workers in Muskingum, Morgan, Coshocton, Licking and some other regional counties.