Zanesville City School teachers and the School Board have not yet reached an agreement on a new contract, so the threat of a teacher strike is still looming. People from all over the community have been watching this story unfold.
And some say they would be disappointed with a strike. Michelle Alexander, whose kids to to Tri-Valley Schools, said their education would come first.
“I would do all that I could to help the community keep the teachers there so that...
A quick thinking off duty firefighter helped out fellow saftey officials early Friday evening by tracking down a hit skip suspect in Zanesville.
It resulted in a chase through town and finally the apprehension of the suspect.
The chase began on Military Road as the off duty city firefighter who witnessed the crime, followed the vehicle onto Linden and then onto Central Avenue until Zanesville Police Officers could take over.
According to national statistics, fights between girls are becoming more common, and they are catching up to boys in violence rates.
One local principal said during his experience, girls have become more apt to fighting over the years. He believes it’s because girls have been encouraged to behave more like boys, even though the issues they fight over are different.
“Often times they bring nothing else with them to school other than personality. For a lot of...