Lack of Funding is being blamed for lay-offs for the Heath Fire Department.
Six full-time, one part-time and the Chief will no longer be an active crew. As of May 23rd they will be loosing two people per shift. If department were to be called on more than one run- that’s when they would rely on back-up help.
There’s no guarantee that the 22 volunteer fire fighters would be able to come in and help.
I’m sure you’ve noticed the pollen outside and that can mean only one thing: Spring time allergies are here!
As part of allergy awareness month we caught up with Dr. William Grant who says anyone can develop allergies, especially as you get older.
Grant says, “allergies can affect any age group from early childhood to adult and allergies can change with the person changing their environment such as moving to the Midwest to the southwest as well as changing their homes.”...
The Zanesville Police Department continues its search for an armed robbery suspect.
According to Zanesville Detective Ric Roush, police are looking for the man seen in the pictures. At about 5:45 Sunday morning, police say the suspect entered the Speedway- Super America Station at 930 Blue Avenue, threatened the two clerks with a handgun, and took an undisclosed amount of money from the register.
As he was exiting the store, he stole a purse from a car near the gas pumps...
There may be more jobs coming to Zanesville…that’s what Executive Director of the Port Authority Larry Merry said tonight in City Council.
You might remember WHIZ brought you a story at the end of April announcing that Worthington foods will be closing their facility.
Tonight Merry confirmed that announcement and had this to say about the positive news for Zanesville, “we’re not at this time sure how many jobs but there will be a gain in jobs here in Zanesville community...