Residents of Somerset honored their fallen hero’s during a special gravestone marking ceremony.
Today’s ceremony at the New Reading ceremony honored Johan Anspach, an American Revolutionary War soldier, a celebration Muskingum County Sons of the American Revolution President, Keith Kaufman, says shows just how patriotic the residents of Somerset are. “People always turn out for things like this. The local American Legion, they were kind enough to offer their post for the reception...
The recent killings in Iraq have hit residents close to home.
More than a dozen marines have died in combat in the past few months, resulting in some attitude changes about the war.
Jeanne Haynes has a history in the military and still strongly supports the war in Iraq and the troops that are fighting there. “I feel very proud that they were willing to stand up for what has to be done in an area of the world that people wonder why. I don’t wonder why. We came here, why...
They are bikers on a mission, riding in the blazing heat to raise money for a good cause.
More than 700 bikers from all over the county came together today to participate in the thirteenth annual “Downed Bikers” Poker Run to benefit injured bikers.
According to the group’s secretary, Mary Creeks, the organization provides much needed support for those who need it most. “We raise money for downed bikers that are injured or down on their luck. We try to get them groceries...
Where can you find pineapples, melons, fresh lemonade, sports memorabilia, and jewelry all in one place? The farmers market of course!
More than 40 venders displayed their wares along Third Street this afternoon, doing their best to beat the heat.
The farmers market is usually held at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds, but the venders had to find a new home for the next couple of weeks to make room for the fair, a change most market goers, like Ronald Maurer, like a lot. “...
It was a car lover’s paradise in New Concord as a local charity hosted its annual event.
The New Concord Lions Club held its annual car show this afternoon at Stormont Elementary Park. The event attracted hundred of car enthusiasts with the opportunity to show off their classic cars and win prizes.
According to car show volunteer, Brian Stillion, area residents wait all year for this show. “I think everybody looks forward to it. There’s a lot of New Concord support...
A local teen is hospitalized after slamming into a tree while riding a dirt bike.
Deputies with the Muskingum County Sheriff's Office say at 6:45 Friday evening dispatchers received a call of a motorcycle accident on Shiplett Road in Zanesville.
When crews with Community Ambulance, South Zanesville Fire Department, along Sheriff's deputies, and troopers with the State Highway Patrol arrived on scene they found 15-year-old Tyler Sletzer severly injured.
A construction worker is clinging to life after being tangled in live electrical lines Friday afternoon on private property in Zanesville.
First responders on the scene at the corner of Linden and Adair were Zanesville Police and Fire personnel.
Two men were in a truck bucket near some power lines at the time of the accident. One of the victims suffered severe injuries and was med-flighted to Columbus. The other victim suffered only minor injuries.