The Zanesville City School Levy was the talk of the town as resident heard the levy was not passed.
One woman, who wants to be a teacher, says she spent the last four years of her life studying education. Now she is afraid that she will not be able to put her degree to use.
"I know that they're going to have to cut back on the funding part and they're not going to make the job make the job market scarce for me looking for a job,” says Zanesville resident Jessica Rosser....
Since we’re now in the prom season, local law enforcement is making an effort to educate teens about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Today at Tri Valley High School juniors and seniors spent the day trying to drive a golf cart while wearing fatal vision goggles.
“The particular goggles we are using today have .17 to .20 percentage for blood alcohol content Ohio’s legal limit is .08 that’s a pretty high average for alcohol,” says Resource Officer Phil Snider. ...
As the annual Operation Feed Food Drive continues in Muskingum County, local businesses are still coming forth with donations. Including the one today from Unizan Bank.
Operation Feed is the largest community-wide food drive for Muskingum County. Jeremy Morrow is a mortgage originator with Unizan and he says they decided to participate in the drive for obvious reasons… it’s such a good cause and really gives back to the community.
A local coffee shop is jumping on the technology bandwagon, as they are now offering wireless Internet service to their customers, free of charge.
Zeattle coffee, located downtown, is trying to bring in more patrons by creating a more relaxed atmosphere.
Co-owner Franklin Bates says its commonplace to have wireless net in the coffee shops in Seattle, which is what they are modeling their small shop after. So he only felt it fitting to install the latest technology. ...