It's been reported today that a car crash in Fairfield County has killed an area teen.
According to reports from the Lancaster Post of the State Highway Patrol, at 12:10 this morning a vehicle was traveling southbound on U.S. 33 at Tarklin Road, when it went off the roadway and struck a guardrail.
Eighteen-year-old Ashley Rose of Sugar Grove was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver, 20-year-old David Rose also of Sugar Grove...
The two Newark men arrested for their alleged connection to a June 16th armed robbery of Jocko’s Café in Zanesville were arraigned in Judge Mark Fleegle’s courtroom Wednesday.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, 29-year-old Carl Grimes was arraigned and plead not guilty to one count of aggravated robbery with a gun specification and one count theft. His bond has been set at $100,000. He’s being held in the county jail.
In medical news, patients in Ohio are starting to feel the impact of the medical malpractice crisis, especially in recruiting efforts.
But Tom Seiber, President and CEO of Genesis says our area doesn’t seem to have a problem with recruiting doctors.
Seiber says, “No, we’ve been successful recruiting this year, we have family physicians, pediatricians, cardiologists, surgeons, so I think so far this year we’ve recruited so far 11 positions to practice in Zanesville and that...
Who doesn’t love ice cream? How about eating as much of it as you can in three minutes?
That’s what local celebrities had the opportunity to do this afternoon at Pick N Save as part of an ice-cream eating contest.
Lori Panda of the Ohio Proud says, “Ohio Proud promotes food and agriculture products that are at least 50% raised in the state. June is Ohio Proud Month and its also national dairy month so we decided to promote Ohio ice cream companies and Velvet ice cream...
The summer time weather means the local political season is heating up.
Terry Anderson, Democratic Candidate for the 20th district Senate seat held a new conference at Zane Landing Park in Zanesville today to inform local residents about his plan for economic development in Southeastern Ohio.
Anderson says, “If we can develop a common vision work together on projects that will benefit us all that relies on local businesses that are growing and new businesses that we find...
If you’re looking to add a special someone to your family, why not adopt a pet from the Muskingum County Animal Shelter. For this Pet of the Week, we’ll take a look at an older cat that needs a loving home.
Meet this six-year-old chocolate/tan Siamese cat. This gentle giant doesn’t have a name, but needs a loving home. And Vet Technician Mark Miller says the older a cat is the harder it is to get them adopted.
“A lot of people want kittens and something younger cause...
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman’s Administration has quietly arranged to make health insurance coverage available to the domestic partners of City employees, something that caused a stir of controversy six years ago.
This time, a vote of city council wasn’t required because the city doesn’t pay anything.
Starting Friday, the City will offer a new carrier for any of its eight thousand employees who want health insurance for their unmarried partners, gay or straight. ...