This time of year, lots of people are doing last minute shopping and others are doing some last minute shipping.
But if you’re still hoping to send out a package with Christmas arrival date, the local postmaster says Express mail is your only option.
“You’re cutting it real close. Express mail is about the only way to get it delivered by Christmas. If you’re sending it really far away, it might be just a little too late,” said Zanesville Postmaster Gary Haenisch. ...
Holiday travel will be in full swing starting on Friday, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol wants to remind everyone to be careful while traveling.
The unpredictable weather is a big reason to be careful when traveling this weekend and to allow yourself enough time to reach your destination. “This is sometimes the season that makes us feel rushed, but this is definitely not the season we need to rush on the highways,” said Lt. Barry Donley of the Zanesville Post.
On one of their busiest days of the year, the Salvation Army brought Christmas to a thousand families.
Over 100 volunteers helped the Salvation Army distribute donated food and toys to local families.
“We give food here all year long, but Christmas is a special time when there is a lot of need and a lot of families just need a little bit of help so this is our big push to try and do that,” said Captain Ralph Campbell of the Salvation Army.
The Holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends. It’s also a time where you can spend eating alot of those unhealthy Holiday foods.
Director of Genesis Lifestyle And Fitness Center, Beth Chapman, says a lot of sweets are made for the Holidays that contain sugar and are high in fat content, which are things that our bodies don’t need.
Chapman says after eating these Holiday goodies, most people try to commit to a New Years resolution to lose all of the...
It will be a brighter Christmas for some local teens thanks to the Eastside Community Ministry and the kindness of the community.
Through donations from local businesses and residents, the ministry had a teen gift giveaway today.
“The Salvation Army handles children up through 12 years old and so we started handling 13-18 year olds. They’ve missed out … they’re still kids, so they’ve enjoyed it,” says Bob Davidson, Executive Director of Eastside.