Superintendent of the Starlight Programs John Hill was at the County Commissioners to discuss concerns over new rules the Muskingum County Job and Family Services will be putting into place and the effect for the fiscal and budget planning for the Starlight programs.
Hill projects that the program will have a total of 100-thousand dollars in cuts over the next year.
“Basically that will increase the reliance on the local levy money,” said Hill, “It’s a trickle down effect...
Authorities says a 22-year old woman who disappeared Friday while jogging in suburban Cincinnati was visiting a friend in Kentucky.
Investigators and family members say Rachel Honsvick, was scheduled to get married in about two weeks, had a sudden case of the jitters and left without telling anyone. Honsvick, from West Valley City, Utah, was a nanny in Southwest Ohio.
Her father told Salt Lake City Television stations that she was sorry for the trouble that was caused....
It’s been two days since the bad weather hit our area and still, local residents are feeling the effects from Friday night’s storm.
John Morrison, a Nash port resident, lives in Crest Mont Properties and says on Friday night it was like a river running through his apartment. The water was so high, it ruined all the carpet, damaged their cabinets and furniture.
According to Morrison, there is no drainage system behind their complex, just a lot of swampland.
Boat Safety Awareness Week began this weekend and the Ohio Department of Watercraft is making sure boaters have all the essentials for this year’s boating season.
Watercraft Officer specialist Cathy Janosko says, “we’re are looking life jackets. We want to encourage boaters to wear their life jackets and make sure everyone has one and it’s the correct size for that person.”