A nationally syndicated newspaper columnist spoke this morning at the Ohio University Zanesville Campus.
Carol Abaya discussed the “Sandwich Generation,” a term she coined to describe elderly care.
She says the idea came to her after taking over the care of her parents 15 years ago. “I was not prepared for it. There wasn’t very much information around at that time to help me deal with all these new responsibilities and decisions.”
Applebee’s sponsored a pancake breakfast fundraiser for the Muskingum Valley Chapter of The Red Cross.
On top of disasters caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, The Red Cross has handled 35 fires in the region since July 1.
Red Cross Executive Director Dan Hartman says even with all the national needs, local ones have not be forgotten. The money raised today will continue to help local victims. “The money we raise today will stay local, which is good since our funds...
A mass today at Rosecrans High School celebrated Catholic education and Catholic identity.
Students from Rosecrans, St Benedict, and St Nicholas in Zanesville, along with St Benedict in Cambridge, gathered for their annual Quad School Mass.
Bishop Frederick Campbell of the Columbus Diocese, celebrated today’s mass. He says the mass has several purposes. “To celebrate their feast day, to celebrate their identity as Catholic students, and a Catholic education. Also,...
Historic Buchanan Square welcomed a new store today.
Mayor Butch Zwelling participated in a ribbon cutting at Wishes Gifts.Gardens.Ideas, kicking off a weekend of events to enhance the visibility of the Square’s tenants.
Owner of Wishes Donna Taylor says the Square’s history brought her to the location. “I like Buchanan Square because of the nuance of the property. There’s a lot of history behind it. It’s close to the interstate, and I think the near north, needs a...
Subway opened its' doors today in the South Zanesville Wal-Mart, part of a growing trend across the country.
According to District Manager Dave Silverthorn, 31 Subway's will be opening in Wal-Marts across Ohio by the end of the year, some replacing McDonald's.
Silverthorn thinks the new location will be a great investment and opportunity. "This is going to be highly profitable and highly successful. There aren't too many places in Zanesville that you have as much traffic...
A Coshocton couple has adopted a girl who firefighters rescued from a burning building after they found her chained to her bed.
Carl and Tina Woodby signed the adoption papers on Karen Michelle’s sixth birthday yesterday. The girl’s biological parents, Gerald Stewart and Ridgley Allington, were convicted of felony child endangering and a judge took away custody of the girl.
Authorities say the couple left the girl behind when they escaped a fire at their duplex in...