Members of the Zanesville Jaycees took to the airwaves and streets to collect items from the community and to help the Salvation Army.
Volunteers loaded up trucks with donated clothes, toys and non-perishable food items after answering calls in the Z-102 studio.
While in the studio, the Jaycees also raffled off several items, raising $1,000 for charity. “We donate half the proceeds back to the Salvation Army. We actually split the proceeds with the Jaycees and the...
Three men are in custody tonight after the raid of a home in the city’s west side.
The Zanesville Police and Ohio Division of Natural Resources recovered several weapons, drugs, and poached wildlife at the home located at 476 Spangler Dr.
“We recovered over 200 grams of marijuana, there was a cultivation system where they were growing marijuana at the house, approximately 10 grams of cocaine, 14 firearms, and numerous deer carcasses and wild turkey,” commented Zanesville...
It’s been over four months since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, and area residents are still trying to help Zanesville’s Sister City Slidell, Louisiana.
Tomorrow night, Terry’s Tavern on Linden Ave will host a spaghetti dinner with proceeds going to the Zanesville Hurricane Relief Fund. “All of the profits from the dinner, a $7 donation, will go to hurricane victims, as well at 10% of the gross profit made at the bar,” commented Courtney Kerns.
Several area kids will have their holiday wishes granted thanks to a program with the Muskingum County Children’s Services.
Volunteers for Adopt a Child for Christmas spent the day wrapping gifts at Beth Abraham Synagogue. “It’s hope for them. It tells them you can ask for something, and it’s possible,” said Volunteer Diana Carter.
Volunteers spent the day buying and wrapping presents before members from the Philo basketball team helped load the truck to take gifts...
Get ready to pop open those popcorn tins! The local Boy Scouts of America spent the first few weeks of November selling popcorn, and now that popcorn is in.
Tonight volunteers spent the evening sorting and packaging more than $100,000 worth of popcorn.
“Tonight we’re at the Bloomer Candy Company sorting all the product for our boys, in preparation for a busy Saturday morning,” says John Harding, Scout executive for the Muskingum County Council of the Boy Scouts of...
If you were born or lost a loved one over the past 23 years in Muskingum County, chances are you came in contact with Kay Hedges.
Kay will be retiring at the end of the month as Local Registrar of Vital Statistics.
She has been responsible for registering all births and deaths for Muskingum County. “23 years in one spot is long enough. It’s time for new faces and to do something a little bit different,” a smiling Hedges said.