Over two hundred Coca-Cola collectors from all around the country are in Zanesville the next three days.
Gayle Brooks and her husband traveled from Virginia to display their collection. “It’s one of the most sought after collectables of memorabilia I think that’s out there today.” Says Brooks. Her and husband have been collectors for over 35 years.
Everything from cars to puzzles, to thermostats, to bottle cap earrings, it’s all at the convention and its all Coke....
Hundreds of local Catholic residents arrived in churches today to receive their ashes, to begin the Lenten season.
Lent is the preparation time before Easter that begins today on Ash Wednesday, where Catholics all around the world practice fasting, and refrain from eating meat, starting today and every Friday before Good Friday.
Catholics receive the cross on their forehead as a symbol of their asking for forgiveness for their sins. The Lenten season ends on Holy Thursday...
The community came together to aid a local family who has hit hard times. Today at 10 A.M, friends and family mourned the loss of 12-year-old Steven Lipps of Zanesville.
Steven was born with Down Syndrome and died of complications from the flu. His mother, who has been in and out of the hospital for the past 6 months for her own medical problems, sought help from the community.
Snouffer says that the family received donations of a casket; vault and Sunshine Flowers on...
The Zanesville Fire Department can thank the City Council tonight for passing an emergency ordinance that will accept grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
These grants will provide our local fire department with the necessary equipment to ensure the safety of our firefighters. Fire Chief Dave Lacy was pleased the motion passed tonight and describes how it will affect our local firefighters. “This is just a grant that the federal government has come up with after 9-11...
People who live near the North end of State Route 93 may start to notice a difference in water pressure soon.
The Muskingum County Commissioners took bids from companies that might be able to help with the problem.
Right now Adamsville residents are experiencing a low amount of water pressure through a main water line and although the pressure does meet minimum EPA standards, there are still some homes that aren’t getting as much pressure as they would like.