If you’ve walked down the aisle with that special someone, consider this: according to a study by an Ohio State University researcher, you will accumulate two times as much personal wealth as a person who is single or divorced.
Ann Gildow from Century National Bank says marriage and home ownership are two common signs of stability in our society.
“People who are married tend to have a financial plan. And there are tax advantages,” she said.
When you have a cold you probably don’t think twice about taking over-the-counter medicines like Sudafed. But soon you may have to look a bit harder to find some medications.
That’s if Governer Taft signs a bill into law that would put medicines containing pseudoephedrine behind the counter. It’s an effort to reduce production of methamphetamine. But Rod Stickrath of Northside Pharmacy says the law shouldn’t scare people from using the medications.
This Sunday a former Zanesville priest will be released from jail. Francis Benham was convicted of abusing two teens in Maryland in the 1970s.
That’s why members of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP) were in Zanesville. They stood in front of St. Nicholas’ Church to hold a sidewalk news conference. Fr. Benham worked at Saint Nicholas Church in the late 70s and 80s.
The group went door-to-door handing out leaflets. They say they want to...