We have some new development to tell you about today. At today’s County Commissioners meeting a member of the Crimson King Farms, Jon McCarty says they have purchased the land on Old Stage Road for development. It would result in 16 to 17 news homes.
The homes are expected to cost between $185,000 to $220,000 and will be three to four bedrooms.
McCarty says the improving economy has made this area very profitable for them.
Police have arrested a co-worker of a man found shot to death six weeks ago in an outdoor farm market’s walk-in cooler.
Laurie Jean Hoover is charged with aggravated murder in the death of 66-year old John Pauley who worked with her at the Gahanna Farm Market.
Police say they have physical evidence from searches at two addresses, including the home the 22-year old Hoover shares with her parents. The case against her also included statements she made to investigators....
Despite the rain Wednesday night, the sun was shining for a special awards ceremony for the Soroptimists Club of Zanesville. Our city’s local chapter is part of an international club comprised of business and professional women. But Wednesday night was to honor County Commissioner Dorothy Montgomery with the Woman Of Distinction award.
According to President of the Zanesville Chapter, Bobbe Poe, the club chose Montgomery for her integrity among her other attributes.
The life of yet another Ohio teenager is taken Wednesday evening.
According to the Lancaster Post of the State Highway Patrol shortly before 3:00 Wednesday afternoon, 18-year-old Joshua Poole was driving south on State Route 93 south of Crooksville when he went left of center around a curve and struck the vehicle of 50-year-old Roger Jadwin of Crooksville.
The patrol says the passenger of the first car 17-year-old Anthony Silvernail of Richmond, Ohio was pronounced dead...
The high cost of gasoline is not only making it tough on motorists, but it’s now costing residents their only meal of the day.
Could you imagine how it would feel if the only meal that you get a day was suddenly taken away? That’s what local residents who rely on Christ’s Table for meals are having to deal with now, since they are temporarily going to stop delivering homebound meals to some families.
Steve Smith a driver for Christ’s Table says, “This is serious for them...
Driving downtown this weekend may be a headache with all the fun festivities like the Gus Macker Tournament and the St. Thomas Festival, taking up a lot of room and causing a great deal of traffic congestion.
Starting this Saturday morning, both 5th and 6th street will be closed due to the tournament, as well as Market and Main, between 5th and 6th. Police say motorists should be mindful of the heavy pedestrian traffic as well, all weekend.