As the heating bills come in, many people are looking for ways to save money and cut corners.
But thanks to the Community Bank and WHIZ radio, two lucky people from the community will have a chance to “Chill the Bill.” Two names will be drawn to win $1240 and $1025 dollars to put toward their electricity bills.
One Community Bank representative says this is a great way for the Bank to contribute during a hard time for many.
One of two teens held responsible for holding up a gas station on the Maysville Pike early last month was sentenced in court Monday.
According to documents from the Muskingum County Prosecutor's Office, 19-year-old Zachary Holdcroft of Zanesville was handed a sentence of seven years in prison, credit for time served. He was charged with aggravated robbery with a gun specification, and theft.
Holdcroft and another teen, 18-year-old Adam James, also of Zanesville were both...
If you still haven’t picked out your Christmas tree, you can still get it just in time for the holidays and support a good cause.
Cut trees are still for sale at Flowerama on Maple Avenue and a portion of the proceeds from tree sales will benefit the Kiwanis Club of Zanesville. The Club uses the money for programs throughout the community.
One Flowerama employee says while you’re contributing to a good cause, it can also be fun to choose the family tree. Just make sure...
Santa brought early gifts to some students from Starlight Schools today.
And it was all because of the efforts of some Mid-East Career and Technology Centers students. The students raised $3,000 to adopt 33 students from Starlight. They bought each child Christmas gifts and threw them a party.
Program Organizer Sue Lake says this is a gratifying way for the students to give to the community. And she says the Starlight students aren’t the only ones who benefit from the...