Local authorities are making efforts to find two teens tonight.
According to Detective Randy Ritchason with the Zanesville Police Department, the two are sisters, 15-year-old Christina and 13-year-old Amanda Pletcher.
Christina is described as a white female who is five feet six inches tall, weighs 180 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. Her sister Amanda is five feet two inches tall and weighs 115 pounds, she also has brown hair and brown eyes.
What’s better than all-you-can-eat pancakes? Eating them for a good cause.
Today was the 47th annual Sertoma Pancake Day at Secrest Auditorium. Residents from all around the area came to indulge in the smorgasbord of flapjacks and sausages.
Co-chairman Jerry Lavy says they use quite a bit of supplies to make this day happen. “We use 2,000 lbs of sausages, 1,530 lbs of pancake mix, 30 lbs of frozen eggs, 360 gallons of milk and 5,000 half pints of milk…and 50 cases of...
Most food drives are open to the public, but not the one put on by the Muskingum County Common Pleas Court.
Judge Fleegle and Doug Pollock offer their adult probationers a chance to help those in need and help themselves. With every can of food they donate, they can take off an hour of their community service, up to 10 hours.
Judge Fleegle says it’s a great trade-off. “It’s a great way for probationers to give back to the community different than the other stuff we do like...
An internationally known author and speaker made a stop in Zanesville tonight.
Dr. Robert Twycross came all the way from the United Kingdom to be the featured speaker at the 3rd annual ethics symposium. Twycross spoke about palliative care and ethical decision-making involving end-of-life care.