One major national organization is celebrating the big 100, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America is celebrating their 100th anniversary.
“It’s very exciting actually Big Brothers and Big Sisters in the world oldest and largest organization. We help over 200,000 children and 500 communities across the country,” said Megan Mortimer, Big Brothers Big Sisters.
A majority of the celebrations will be in New York, but locally our chapter is focused on getting more volunteers...
It’s looking brighter for one local neighborhood. The Greenwood Ave. Housing Project is on schedule.
The first homes to be built will be ready by the end of September. In all, 23 homes will be built by the end of this year, despite rainy conditions.
Six foundations have already been laid for the new homes, hoping to revitalize a street that desperately needs improvement. Zanesville Metropolitan Housing says the application process will begin in a couple of weeks for...
A Judge has ruled that a 17-year old boy will be tried as an adult for his alleged role in the killing of a woman who was burned alive in the trunk of her car.
Franklin County Juvenile Judge Kay Lias made the decision yesterday. Marcus Sellers has been charged with delinquency counts of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary in the March death of Andrea Nance. A grand jury will decide what charges he would face at trial.
A jury recommended life in prison without parole for a man convicted of murdering a Hamilton couple.
The Butler County Common Pleas Jury deliberated for more than ten hours before reaching a decision about midnight in the case of 22-year old Jason Campbell of Middletown. He was convicted of robbing and killing 44-year old Donald Riley and his wife 55-year old Helen, at their home last February.
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.