This weekend was the annual regional Teenage Institute Convention, here in Zanesville, where over 85 teens from different high schools gathered to listen to a quadriplegic talk about life decisions.
Clay Stone, a local quadriplegic, talked with teens today about how he fell asleep while driving, resulting to him being in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. The main purpose of his speech was to teach the importance of being cautious while driving.
The Lion Club of Southeastern Ohio held their annual convention this morning at the Hallowed Hills Center. The Lion’s main priority? Eyesight.
The Lions’ District Governor Marty Savage says the club began in 1917 in Chicago, Illinois. They shifted their focus to eyesight and blindness after a very popular historical figure made a visit to one of their conventions.
“In 1925, Helen Keller came to our International Convention and challenged the Lions to be Knights for the...
Filling up at the pump is now even more painful as gas prices are on the rise, once again.
Wholesale gasoline prices shot up almost 20 cents per gallon yesterday.
In Zanesville on Maple Avenue gasoline was around 2 dollars and nine cents a gallon. AAA officials say the price hike is tied to a number of factors including a crude oil increase and unrest in the Middle East.
AAA Officials say prices should go down, but then back up heading into the summer...