The relief efforts for those affected by hurricane Katrina continue, as a local business owner is giving victims a place to live in time for the holidays.
Stoney's R.V. of Cambridge has been awarded paret of a ten million dollar contract by FEMA to provide more than 200 units that will be used in Texas and Louisiana. Four million is being spent in Cambridge.
According to Stoney’s R.V. owner, Bryan Stoney’s, they are extremely excited to help, but in order to get all the...
With deer hunting right around the corner, now is the time to think about safety.
Some students from West Muskingum High School are ready for the upcoming deer season, and they took their learning outdoors to demonstrate how important safety is.
One of those students is Joe Fisher; he says one of the most important things about hunting is to know your surroundings. “When you are firing, you need to know your target and what’s beyond it. You’re only allowed to have three...
The Zanesville Highway Patrol is investigating a morning accident in Muskingum County.
It happened on North Dresden Road at the intersection of Raiders Road.
Troopers say 85-year-old Ethan Carnes of Dresden was traveling east on Raiders Road, failed to stop for a stop sign and drove through the intersection, off the road, over an embankment and into a creek.
Passengers in the vehicle were 40-year-old Charlotte Yarus of Zanesville and 4-year-old Tristin...
Today marks the start of an online auction to benefit the Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce.
The auction coincides with the annual Festival of Trees and consists of gifts donated by 30 local businesses.
“we have a lot of donated baskets, pre-wrapped items that people can purchase, and then if they’d like use them as gifts and give them right to the people they’d like to,” commented Business Development Specialist Nick Fink.
Projects for the Community Development Block Grant Program were presented today to the Muskingum County Commissioners.
Ten projects were submitted by Friday’s deadline, now the Commissioners must come up with recommendations for up to five projects. “We have a little over $200,000 extra that the state has given us, and we need to decide which projects to spend that money on,” commented CDBG Coordinator Stephanie Spencer.