A local teenager’s talent will help thousands of victims of the recent hurricanes.
Last month we brought you the story of Emily Imes, a Zanesville teenager who wrote and produced a song entitled “Heaven’s Light”, to help those affected by Katrina and Rita. Today she presented a check to the Red Cross for more than $3,000.
Red Cross Executive Director, Dan Hartman, says the money raised will greatly help the Red Cross. “The Red Cross is estimating that Katrina and Rita...
Seniors needing help with the new Medicare Part D Prescription Plan got a lending hand today at the Sunrise Center for Seniors.
More than 100 seniors attended the informational fair to sign up for Medicare and to learn the benefits of the different programs.
According to coordinator, Linda Gilden, today’s presentation included a wide variety of information that can be very confusing. “There are seventeen approved plans for the state of Ohio, and it’s a lot of information...
In an effort to increase tolerance, end stereotypes and decrease bullying, National Mix It Up Day takes place this month. We went to Tri-Valley High School where they were gearing up for Mix It Up Day with an assembly and speech by student teacher Julie Inboden.
“By DNA we’re 99.9% the same, but there’s that one-tenth of a percent that makes us different and we make that count. But a lot of times students are persecuted because of that individuality.”
The Wal-Mart on Maple Avenue isn’t just a place to get TVs or tools anymore. Today’s grand opening unveiled an expanded Wal-Mart where you can stop and grab some lunch at Subway Restaurant, get your hair done and make a full grocery shopping trip.
The store is 73,000 square feet bigger and among other renovations, boasts a portrait studio, tire and lube express and a bakery.
Store Manager Steve Jones says all the improvements are well worth the wait.
A two alarm blaze Tuesday evening sparked in the basement of a home on Wayne Ridge Road.
According to fire officials with the Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department, they received the call around 5 p.m. about a fire at the residence of 3105 Wayne Ridge. A passersby reported seeing smoke coming from the residence.
Only one occupant was in the home at the time of the fire. It took crews about two hours to knock it down.
Starting next week, riders of Z-Bus will be looking for alternate means of transportation during some off peak hours.
The South East transit will be temporarily suspending a portion of its daily fixed route transit service during lower passenger demand hours, as well as suspending Saturday fixed route service in Muskingum County beginning November 7.
According to Z-Bus General Manager, Steve Connell, the changes are due for a variety of reasons. “The primary one is that...