For over forty years, local churches have joined together to raise money for people in crisis around the world and in Muskingum County. Today they held their annual Crop Walk at the Zane Landing Park in Zanesville.
"We have a variety of churches representing all denominations. Our goal is to have 20 different churches or organizations. Last year we had 17 so I hope we will achieve that goal today," says Reginald Martin.
Organizers hope to raise $15,000 from today's event...
Today the East Central Ohio Dance Theatre hosted its first-ever "Chocolate Fantasy Auction."
Chairperson Kristy Szemetylo says, "We're raising money for this year's production of the nutcracker. Eastern Ohio dance theatre has been putting the nutcracker on in our area for the last five years."
Szemetylo says in order to fund the nutcracker the ECODT needs about $37,000.
An area private school is celebrating 25 years of growth and learning. Welsh Hills School in Granville is the only independent school in Licking County.
Today teachers, parents and students celebrated by planting a tree in honor of founder Katie Naul who passed away in 1984. The school operates mostly from tuition and welcomes preschool age through the 8th grade.
The celebration continues tomorrow with a BBQ for students and their families.
Some sad news tonight from Buckeye Country. The Neutron Man has died.
62-year old Orlas King of New Albany died in Florida on Thursday. Friends say he died peacefully before going on a golf outing.
King was best known for his crazy dancing at OSU Football games. He was right along side the marching band, gyrating to the “Neutron Dance” where he earned his nickname. King also was the owner of the sports bar Endzone in Newark.
You've probably seen them all over town--magnetic ribbons on cars that read "support our troops."
Maria Bucknam is proud of her son Christopher who serves in the military and to show her support she bought several patriotic magnets to put on her car. Heartbroken is the only way to describe how Bucknam felt. She says she was sickened to think that someone would steal something so patriotic. "I told my son and his only words were that this is so pathetic and I think he was...