Good news for the Genesis Health Care System: one of the men implicated in a mail and wire fraud scheme has been sentenced to more than two years behind bars for his involvement.
According to United States Attorney Michael Sullivan, 57-year-old Jack Malamut of Norton, Massachusetts was sentenced to two and a half years in prison, followed by two years of supervised release. Malamut must also make $126,000 in restitution to Genesis. Sullivan says Malamut plead guilty to seven...
Check out some of the best pottery and antiques Ohio has to offer at the Collectors Weekend, this Friday and Saturday, February 6th, and 7th, starting at the Zanesville Welcome Center, 10 a.m. Friday morning.
If its baskets you adore, the Longaberger Company will be displaying their retired baskets to help add to your collection at the Holiday Inn, starting Friday night.
For more information, about the Collectors Weekend...
Its final days are here. The Big Bear grocery store on Maple Avenue will be closing for good on Thursday.
That means shoppers only have today and tomorrow to get what’s left.
Zoning Administrator, Bryan Mason says no one has contacted him about buying the Big Bear lot; he doesn’t expect the area to remain vacant for a long time. The Big Bear Store In Mt. Vernon also closes this week.
As our area prepares for the 50 million dollar ethanol plant that is to be built in Coshocton, WHIZ News caught up with Bill Huston of the Farm Agency to find out how this will affect the local farming industry.
Huston says, “ anytime we develop a business that uses an agricultural product its good news for the industry in general I think in this area of the state most of our grain is fed to livestock that’s gonna create more of a demand.”
The Girl Scouts are out and about in the community again, but not just selling their cookies.
Instead, they are donating scarves they hand-made to the Eastside Community Ministry.
Barbara Ranck the Troop leader says, “ we decided we’d do a project for Eastside Ministry buying the material through the fund the girls have earned through nut and cookie sales and make scarves. We ended up making 40 scarves.”
Ranck says this was a good project because it taught...
The South Zanesville Fire Department has their own little hero tonight.
Five-year-old Dalton Britton is credited with saving the lives of his family and six kittens after a fire ripped though their home last Saturday. Today he was presented with a plaque for his heroic efforts.
Dalton’s mother is certainly proud of her son and grateful he saved her life.
She says, “ I definitely know that I would not be here today if it wasn’t for him.”