A woman is recovering today from injuries she suffered Monday night after being hit by a passing motorist at a busy Zanesville intersection.
According to officers with the Zanesville Police Department, around 9:30pm, a pick-up truck driven by 32-year-old Gregory Bennett of Zanesville, was stopped at the light at Underwood. When he attempted to turn, 55-year-old Diane Burkard of Missouri, ran out into the street and was hit by the vehicle.
He was in jail on two robbery charges and one theft charge when he attempted to escape from the Muskingum County Jail. And now 25-year-old Jeremy Garber of Zanesville plead guilty to a total of five counts.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman. While in jail on the first three charges, Garber and a co-defendant attempted to dig a tunnel in the wall and floor of the County Jail. Last week he plead not guilty to one count of escape and one count vandalism,...
A big announcement from the Mayor Jack Fenton’s office.
It’s taken two years, but a new shopping center has plans to make Zanesville it’s new home.
The first phase of the project will have around 20 –25 open spaces for stores and restaurants.
Senior Director of Shopping Center Development for the Zaremba Group Steve Trowbridge says, “the project is expected to generate several thousand jobs and should open the first phase in the fall of 2005.”
All across our nation we celebrate Flag Day. And one of the biggest producers of flags in the world is Annin flag makers right here in Coshocton.
State representative Jim Aslinides says for the past ten years patriotism has been rising in this country. He also adds freedom isn’t free which is why it’s important to understand and celebrate Flag Day.
Currently across the nation flags are flying half-staff for former President Ronald Reagan. And Annin plant manager Rick...