It’s summertime and that means hot and humid weather. But along with those dry conditions comes serious problems that could affect many area residents.
Brush fires are one of the most prolific problems when the temperatures peak and fire chief Dave Lacy says it doesn’t take a lot of time to create a serious problem. You know, when it’s raining, it’s not a problem, but it doesn’t take a significant amount of time when the heat and sun come back that we’re dry again.”
It was a weekend full of fun for Chandlersville area residents at the annual homecoming festival, as the event provided hours of entertainment.
The 11th annual Chandlersville Homecoming wrapped up today with a car show, bike show and a poker run. Hundreds of festivalgoers attended the weekend’s event, which took more than fifty volunteers to put together.
According to the president of the event, Kevin Pyle, this year’s event was designed with the family in mind. “We’ve...
Kids of all ages had a chance to cool off, while having lots of fun at this year's Kidsfest.
The event held at the South Pick-N-Save, hosted a wide variety of activities to amuse kids, including a petting zoo, a hot dog eating contest, and a bounce house.
According to the Executive Director for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Zanesville, this event gave kids the opportunity to have lots of fun while helping a great cause, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Zanesville. “Big...
The largest fundraiser of the year happened today at Deerasic Park, attracting nature lovers from all over the country.
The annual Deerasic Classic Give-A-Way occurred today at Deerasic Park in Cambridge to benefit a new museum.
According to Deerasic Park Director of Operations, Dean Ziegler, today’s event sparked the interest of tens of thousands of people from one end of the country to the other. “We’ve sold tickets in forty two states. There’s even people here from...
It was a day of giving at one local church to benefit hundreds of needy families.
The First Terrace Church of Christ hosted its 3rd annual “Free Stuff Giveaway”, where families came to find household items, clothes and appliances, all free of charge.
According to North Terrace senior minister, Bill Meaige, the idea for the event came after members of the church were trying to find ways to better the community. “Instead of having their own private garage sales, making a...