This is National Nursing Home Week and that means healthcare facilities across the country are celebrating the accomplishments of their care centers.
Locally, Mayor Jack Fenton recognized the Autumn Healthcare staff today for their improvements in the quality of care they provide local residents. Judy Moore, Director of Operations, says the Ohio Department of Health recently surveyed the facility and gave them high marks on their improvements.
Last week, Mayor Jack Fenton announced his resignation. Now, the Democratic Party has only a few weeks to find a replacement.
The Democratic committee is currently in the process of interviewing prospective candidates. According to Democratic Committee Chairman, Darrell Lear, “We’re going to see what their plans are for the city, what direction they would like to see the city go, and their political views are important as well.”
Driving is a key to independence, and as we age, sometimes our ability to drive safely changes. For that reason, the Zanesville Post of the State Highway Patrol is hosting a “Mature Driving” seminar this Wednesday.
Drivers over the age of 65 are the second largest group of drivers involved in the most fatal car accidents, just behind those under the age of 25.
Lt. Donley says it is important to discuss with drivers how to deal if they can no longer get behind the wheel....
With the sudden jump in temperature, gardeners are suddenly frantic to get their gardens in full bloom.
Hundreds of garden enthusiasts ready to get their green thumbs busy came out to Wilson’s Lawn Center today, to browse, shop and to see what’s new.
Whether you need a last minute gift for mom, or something for yourself, you can probably find it a Wilson’s. According to Sharon Richards, Wilson’s retail manager. “There’s gift cards for mom, hanging baskets, planters, and...
Fallen officers may be gone, but they will never be forgotten.
Today, the Fraternal Order of Police honored those fallen officers at a special ceremony at Zanesville Lodge #83.
More than forty officers and their families paid their respects during today’s annual event. Sheriff Bob Stephenson acknowledged today’s turnout. “I’m glad to see so many people here. I think it’s nice that people do remember. That’s one of those things that I’ve always wanted people to...