If you plan on being on the road Friday night make sure you keep an extra careful eye on the road.
Beginning Friday night at 10 p.m. the Muskingum County Sheriff's office in conjunction with the State Highway Patrol will set up a checkpoint right here in Muskingum County. It will be located on State Route 60 between Zanesville and Duncan Falls.
The checkpoint is intended to let residents know that drinking and driving will not be tolerated.
Looking for a new place to take your family this summer? Well, what better way to get away than to take a one-tank trip to some hot spots in Ohio.
Local AAA officials say that the high gas prices are a good reason for taking a one-tank trip. Manager Bill Porter says they have a book dedicated to oddities around Ohio and surrounding areas that would be great weekend getaways.
“Cleveland area there’s Amish country, and through Pennsylvania. There’s the West Virginia...
We have an update on a story brought to you last week regarding a school rallying to survive.
After three weeks of urging the community to donate funds to the Ridgewood School District, parents, teachers, and concerned citizens were expecting the worse; that Fresno Elementary would have to close.
But Miracles do happen and one took place tonight in West Lafayette when school board officials announced that Fresno Elementary would keep its doors open for another school year...
The 2005 United Way allocation process was recently approved by the board of directors, and the agencies were notified of their monies for this year.
Elaine Curry, County Coordinator for the United Way describes the allocation process.
“The allocation process is the heart and soul of the united way. It is staffed this year by 33 volunteers that come in and review the agencies, there’s four panels and they reviewed 17 agencies,” says Curry.