It only takes a few minutes for most of us to reset our clocks and watches, but to change the clock at the very top of the Muskingum County Courthouse it takes a whole weekend.
Facility Superintendent Gregory Adams told us how they do it.
“We simply go up on a Friday morning at 7 o’clock and unplug the clock, which leaves it with the wrong time all weekend. And then we go back up at 7 o’clock on Monday morning after the time elsewhere has been changed and turn it back on...
An area woman was killed late Wednesday afternoon after her car crossed four lanes of traffic and slammed into a local eatery's signage totaling the vehicle.
According to Officer Colter with the Heath Police Department, 40-year-old Tammy Harris of Buckeye Lake was traveling northbound on State Route 79 around 4:43 p.m. when she went across four lanes of traffic, went off the left side of the roadway, into the lawn of Red Lobster Restaurant and slammed into the sign.
Zanesville businesses may soon see some European influences, as the manager of the Zanesville Downtown Association, Dana Matz, recently returned from a 10-day trip to Europe.
On his trip Matz visited businesses and manufacturers in France, Germany and England, where he worked “with companies to encourage them to participate in the trade with businesses from our area, or down the road, if they look at expanding, to relocate to this area.”