Students can have a chance to learn about different technical career at the Mid East Career and Technology Centers in Zanesville.
Today was the open house and students got a first hand look at the careers offered here including cosmetology, media technology as well as welding. The school also offers classes in health and dental occupations.
It’s all part of National Career and Technical Education Week. Over eleven million students, teachers and counselor participate in...
The city of Zanesville is having a fit over counterfeit money...According to Zanesville Detective Ric Roush, in the last week the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office have been inundated with fake $20’s.
In fact, Roush says the department has had nine incidents from various locations including gas stations, restaurants, grocery stores and other in the last seven days. The fake money is discovered when these businesses take their deposits to the bank.
The Rosecrans Key Club hosted its annual meeting with the Kiwanis club today to discuss upcoming projects.
Larry Denbow, advisor of the Key Club says they are lucky to have a Kiwanis sponsorship, because it teaches the kids about helping our community.
Denbow says he’s very proud of the organization and what they’ve accomplished. “We’ve won international awards, we’ve won national awards, and one of our students won the award for international and that’s for every club not...
After admitting in a Newark courtroom that he provided alcoholic drinks to eight eleven-and-twelve year olds attending his daughter's birthday party, fifty-two year old Jeffrey Yingling was found guilty.
Charged with eight misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, Yingling could be sentenced to four years in jail. Judge Robert Hoover delayed sentencing until a pre-sentence investigation is completed.
Yingling said the children attending the Januray...
The situation was described by a prosecutor as a tragic case of two brothers trying to look out for their sister and ending up in a fatal confrontation over what's best for her.
A judge in Newark Tuesday found 20-year-old Travis Newell guilty of murdering his half-brother, Michael Riddle, last September. He sentenced Newell to 15 years to life in prison with three additional years on a gun specification.
The 23-year-old Riddle was appointed legal guardian of their 17-year-...