They appeared on the television show “America’s Most Wanted”…this March they were captured in Canada…and Friday John Stoneman and Patricia Kelley, both 39 and from Guernsey County, filed motioned to move their trials to a different county and to have all the evidence suppressed from a search.
According to Assistant Guernsey County Prosecutor Dan Padden, the couple fled north to Canada following possible rape charges to a severely handicapped 4-year-old girl the two were babysitting....
You’ll win more then just a prize at one fair game, a gold medal and a headache
It’s called the Joust game where two people battle it out American Gladiator style.
Jouster Brandi Donaldson says, “you’re supposed to knock them off. You’re supposed to keep your balance on a little round circle and then you have to knock the other person off and it’s really difficult because your socks are slippery and you’re flying everywhere.”
There’s some good news for blue-collar workers. A new overtime law beginning Monday will be getting you more money.
Partner of the McClain, Hill, Rugg and Associates, Incorporated Paul Hill says, “This will effect your manual laborers, blue collar worker as well as some of what’s called your first responds or pubic safety personnel, police officers, fire fighters, paramedics and stuff.”
This law means that these workers who make less than $55 per week and can expect to see...
The face of downtown Zanesville will get a major makeover if an Ohio developer gets his way.
Zanesville Downtown Association manager Dana Matz says the development would be known as "Potter’s Alley” and would include retail space, restaurants and a new movie theater as well as other development.
Matz tells Whiz news that the area to be developed runs from I-70 to Market Street and from Fourth Street to Zane Landing Park.
Without a doubt, one of the biggest attractions to the 158th Blue Ribbon Muskingum County Fair is the rides.
With dozens of rides to chose from, kids and adults have the chance to scream all day long. While the scrambler was a hit with the little ones, the older kids got a thrill being whipped upside down in the Top Gun and the Zipper.
The amount of fatal crashes in Ohio is down. Officials from the State Highway Patrol say a ten percent decrease statewide is attributed to seatbelt awareness, motorists reducing their speed and stricter enforcement of traffic laws.
In 2003, in Muskingum County, there were 18 total fatalities, 4 of those alcohol related. Already into August of this year and there have been 10 fatalities, alcohol is to blame for 4 of those deaths.