A recent survey shows that Muskingum County is highly competitive with the rest of the state in terms of wages and benefits.
The Chamber of Commerce and Muskingum Growth Partnership conducted a survey of the wages and benefits of more than 40 companies in February. The results are important because it provides local businesses with vital information. According to Jim Poorman of the Muskingum Chamber of Commerce, “There’s information on there on benefits. Employee benefits are...
A weeklong performing arts camp kicks off today for area teens, as they are gearing up for a free concert at the end of the week and special guests to perform each night.
The 2nd annual C.A.S.S. Performing Arts Camp began this morning at Hallowed Hills in Zanesville. After their aerobic and vocal warm-ups, the teens, grades 7-12, participated in a jam session. CEO Cassandra McDonald says creating a program like this was her dream.
After all of the outdoor activities dads engaged in today, it was necessary to fill their tummies with a hearty meal.
The 41st annual barbeque held at the fire department is more than just a one-day event; fire department officials along with other volunteers begin preparing three days in advance for this major feast.
Lt. Brady Johnson gives us an idea of the hard work that goes into the annual event.
"It starts early Friday morning with cleaning and setting...
The Muskingum College held its yearly alumni weekend today, honoring the Golden Jubilee of the class of 1955.
At this years gathering, alumni from all over came to take part in a weekend full of activities and seminars about the upcoming modifications the school plans to make. President of Muskingum College, Anne Steele says in one of their seminars they were talking about the master facilities plan for a new campus center and a new building for their music program.