The search continues today for the remains of a 22-year old Clinton County woman who disappeared eight years ago.
Acting on a tip, authorities are digging up the floor of a barn in Brown County, about five miles Southeast of Carrie Culberson’s hometown of Blanchester.
Four days of breaking through the barn’s cement floor and digging has yielded nothing. But two cadaver dogs have indicated that something is there, so Brown County Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger says the digging...
Germs live everywhere in our environment. Some germs are air-borne and travel on tiny particles in the air, which enter the body when we breathe. Sometimes germs are passed through contaminated water or food. But most germs are spread by contact between people, often by unwashed hands.
Case Management-Social Services Director for Genesis, Kim Brownfield, says it’s best to wash your hands for 20 seconds, using warm water and soap.
Here’s an egg-cellent gift idea for Mother’s Day- this week- how about a Faberge Egg.
The tradition of these porcelain eggs comes from Russia. They were originally worn to celebrate the rebirth of life each spring.
President of Pugh’s Diamond Jewelers Dan Pugh says, “they’re made in Russia by a Russian immigrant and then they are brought here to this country and then Russian immigrants here set them and finish them out.”
Muskingum County has more bridges then any other county in Ohio and with that comes the maintenance of all those bridges. One in particular is the bridge replacement project that will begin soon on Darlington Drive.
Muskingum County Engineer Loren Camp says, “it’s deteriorated to the point where we have to do some major rehabilitation on it and that’s what we’re doing is bring it back up to standard.”
The bridge was built in 1980 and has been closed before for repairs....
Hydrant flushing may be over for the year, but the Zanesville Fire Department wants to remind the public about how important this necessary headache is.
The last few years have made it difficult for the Fire Department to get out and flush the hydrants because of the upgrading of the Water Treatment Plant. But Assistant Fire Chief Craig Stemm says that they started early to make sure they get all 980 of the city’s hydrants.
Stemm says that flushing allows them to know how...
Many cash-strapped Ohio cities are starting to charge people for responding to traffic accidents, and Zanesville may end up being one of those cities.
Cleveland is joining other cities in a plan to charge accident victims of their insurance companies in the event of an accident, Zanesville Fire Chief David Lacy says that the tight city budgets have made this option all to inviting for many cities.
“Everybody’s looking for alternate sources of funding right now. I don’t...