One of the most effective ways of bringing the memories of World War II to life is through artwork and the city of Zanesville plans on doing just that during a local celebration of "The Heartland Remembers".
Aviation Archeologist Norman Lambert travels all over the world collecting artifacts from famous crash sites during World War II.
He has brought many of the artifacts to the Zanesville Art Center to be displayed during the celebration.
A bill that would allow County Commissioners in Ohio to temporarily waive property taxes for military families is scheduled for hearing in a house committee today, and local commissioners say the idea is a good one.
The plan is to waive the taxes for the families of military personnel activated for duty in Iraq. Gallia County Commissioner Harold Montgomery came up with the idea and it quickly spread through Southeast Ohio.
Muskingum County Commissioner Dorothy Montgomery...
Even though we are welcoming rain in Southeast Ohio right now, the future plans for flooding control are already on the top of some area official’s agendas.
County Engineers, Commissioners and other local officials met today at the John McIntire Library in Zanesville to begin assessing this past winter’s flooding and to find out what they can do to control any future disasters in our region.
Representatives shared the strengths and weaknesses of their response systems....
It was all smiles today at the local health department as area kids got their teeth checked out for free as part of the “Caring For Kids Day.”
Organizers say more than 200 kids came down to get their chompers checked from 8 until 4:30 p.m. this afternoon. And there was plenty of help from volunteers… blowing up balloons and giving away prizes to those who braved the dentist chair. The dentists themselves even cleared their schedules to come and help care for the kids.