The Muskingum County Transportation Improvement District’s (TID) Board of Directors met today, at the Welcome Center, to discuss current and new projects for the Zanesville-Muskingum county region.
Tom Poorman, Chairman of TID says the Board of Directors mainly talked about the future of the 93/22-connector project. Poorman says Congressmen Ney helped TID obtain over 4 million dollars, in the federal budget, for the construction of the road, which is slated for construction in 2009....
An early morning fire in Avondale left two residents homeless.
The fire, which started shortly after 5am, started in the kitchen and destroyed most of the house.
The victim, a mother and son, are currently living with other family members after receiving help from the Muskingum Valley Red Cross. "We provided them with food, clothing, and I believe we are going to replace someone's eye glasses that got lost in the fire," Julie Davis said.
“You only have one opportunity to make a first impression” that was the motto today down at the Muskingum County Opportunity Center.
September is work force services month around the state and the Muskingum County Opportunity Center wanted to do something different this year, by giving job-seekers the first ever make-over, to help them boost their moral when looking for a job.
Bob Mercer, supervisor of the Muskingum County Opportunity Center Says they want people to...
Travelers may find it a little more difficult to find the flight they’re looking for in the future.
Beginning December 1st, Delta Airlines will cut 26% of its flights out of its Cincinnati Hub. The cuts are an attempt to become more efficient and stay out of bankruptcy.
“What they’re actually doing is cutting some of their commuter service flights, which is Comair, and another one is ASA. And then they’re increasing some of their Delta flights.” Says Zanesville AAA...
The warm weather and lack of rainfall has taken its toll on local farmers.
Each year, farmers rely on precipitation to help nourish their land, which in turn helps to feed their livestock. When it doesn’t rain enough to maintain the land, farmers suffer.
According to the Muskingum and Morgan County Farm Services Executive Director, Bill Huston, the lack of rainfall this past year really had a devastating affect on the income of some local farmers. “The calves that they...