Now is the time of year when we usually see more leaves on the ground---and if you need to clear them out of your yard, the city of Zanesville is here to help.
Starting Monday, the city will pick up leaves in residential areas. Mayor Jack Fenton is asking you to make sure to rake the leaves to the curb or to the edge of the street--just don't leave them in the street.
If you would like to bag your leaves, the Sanitation Division will pick them up on your regular trash day...
The PAWS organization hosted their first-ever pet fair at the Ohio University Zanesville Campus.
Dog lovers could pick up goodies for their four-legged friends or teach them a thing or two. "Right now we've got demonstrations in hurdling, obedience, puppy training and rally obedience," says event organizer Lisa Werkhaven.
All proceeds from today's event will go to the PAWS organization.
It was a disappointing day for the Muskingum Valley Red Cross, as few people chose to make a difference and donate blood.
Only a little over a dozen showed up to donate at the Blood Mobile at the north end Wal-Mart this afternoon. Donor rep Abby Corder says their blood levels have been at critical lows the past several months and now with even colder weather approaching, it is an important time to give.
Visit the next Blood Mobile Sat. the 30th at the south end...