An unfortunate incident for an organization that helps those less fortunate.. The Zanesville fire department received a call early this morning that the Goodwill donation shelter in the North KMART parking lot caught on fire.
Luckily no one was injured in the fire. Currently investigations are continuing to find out exactly what happened, but they suspect arson.
Fire Chief Dave Lacy says, “We’ve received a couple of leads on this and the investigators are out...
75 residents will soon be moving into the new Work Release Facility on Old Adamsville Road.
The center was built for non-violent offenders to help alleviate over crowding at the county jail. Residents are charged a certain amount of money every day to stay at the facility, the average being around 30 dollars a day. The Sheriff’s Office is calling it the Pay to Stay Program.
The residents have to provide themselves transportation to and from work. They are also...
Budgeting problems are being blamed for the possible threats of layoffs to many Cambridge City workers including police and other city employees.
Now the City Administration has issued voluntary layoffs because of current contracts. Cambridge Service and Safety Director John Jones says, “We must balance our budget because contracts require it. We’ve gone ahead and initiated the voluntary layoffs. We’re doing that throughout the entire city.”