Questions regarding the future of one area park are being answered tonight.
WHIZ News had received a tip regarding a rumor that the city of Zanesville planned to shut down the skate park located off of Linden Avenue.
The rumors began after city officials changed the locks on the main gate to the park. According to public service director, Mike Simms, the locks were changed to protect the safety of the skaters. “It is always locked because we don’t want vehicles in there...
High school can be intimidating when you’re only 13 years old, so local school officials are trying to ease the transition for middle schoolers in the area.
Bishop Rosecrans High School held and open house today to familiarize younger students with the school. One Rosecrans teacher, Catherine Laplante says this is one of a series of activities they are offering to the students.
“We invite them and give them free tickets to our sporting events, to our dramas and this year...
This Friday, you can gear up for the Ohio State vs. Michigan game and support a good cause at the same time at the Buckeye Pep Rally. All the proceeds are going to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Zanesville.
Beth Chapman, Pep Rally Co-chair says this is a great way to give to the community.
“There’s a lot of things that this office does to place kids that need a helping hand, that need some mentorship, that need guidance. And that money goes locally.”
One area restaurant is honoring those who serve our country.
The Golden Corral has decided to offer a free meal to all area veterans, thanking them for all their hard work, and protecting our freedoms.
According to district owner, Shannon White, the company enjoys giving back to those who sacrificed so much. “We get a lot of thanks from the veterans. But it’s not about them thanking us, it’s about us thanking them.”
A new walk-in clinic in South Zanesville opens its doors to customers tomorrow.
Muskingum Pediatrics walk-in clinic held its ribbon cutting this afternoon.
Located in the Maysville Market Center, the office is opening after a demand from patients at the north end location. “The area needs a specialty pediatric practice for a long time and some of my patients, mothers mainly, were asking me when I was going to move to the South Zanesville area,” said Dr. Othello Repuyan...
Local government agencies are cleaning house, giving area residents the chance to pick up some great deals.
This is the second year for the surplus auction, which is overseen by the county commissioners. According to Commissioner Don Madden, changes made to this years event made the process a lot easier. “We now do it through an online auction process. Most of the items we were selling had very little value to them, and so the auction was costing us a lot more than the items were...