An underground piece of our local history was discovered unexpectedly, and it’s leaving a lot of questions unanswered.
The American Legion recently bought the old Rokel Electrical wholesale property on 3rd. Street, behind the city jail.
Roy Schultz from the American Legion says they were digging for their new landscape when they discovered a huge underground cave, about 10 ft deep, 20 ft wide. Shultz says he thinks the room was used to store coal in the early 1900’s....
Hundreds of parents, administrators, and students filed into the Philo High School Auditorium tonight to ask and listen to Ohio state leaders and candidates talk about key issues affecting our public schools.
The candidates each received 4 minutes to talk about improving education with state funding being the number one issue addressed.
Parents say local property taxes are not enough to support their kids’ education.
As hunting season approaches many fathers look forward to taking their sons out and showing them the ropes. But this year if you’re a father who misses a child support payment you can forget reaching for the rifle.
The Muskingum County Child Enforcement Agency is cracking down on deadbeat dads by starting to suspend their licenses.
Lilly Paisley, a hearing officer says “Right now we’ve been suspending fishing/hunting licenses driver’s licenses, professional licenses as a...
It’s day two in the Jared Higgins murder trial. Eighteen year-old Higgins is accused of killing Michael Allen on August of last year.
The trial, led by Judge Howard Zwelling is taking place in the Muskingum County Common Pleas Court. Eight witnesses took the stand, including two of the men that were with Higgins the night of the murder. Twenty-two year-old Jeremy Smith and 18 year-old Myron Tuttle, both of Zanesville, testified that they both spent several hours drinking brandy and...