May is motorcycle awareness month and here in Muskingum County 125 bikers made their way to downtown Zanesville to promote motorcycle safety.
The group started in Guernsey County this morning making it’s next stop in Muskingum and Coshocton Counties spreading awareness to drivers that the warmer weather means you can bet to see more bikers out.
The group is also reaching out to young drivers by teaching them at drivers education classes.
We’ve all seen them- Simon Paula, Randi and the American Idol wanna bee’s, but a taste of what it feels like to be Kelly, Rueben or Clay may be closer then you think.
We may be far from the American Idol studios, but the same live action that can be seen there can be seen here too for the first ever Y-City Star. The WHIZ Media Group as well as the Zanesville Times Recorder and LeVeck Entertainment and Productions wants to see if you have what is takes this summer to be our very own...
It was a bad way to end a camping vacation for one couple sending one person to the hospital.
The driver of a pick –up truck hauling a camper apparently slid into the side of a house at the corner of Ridge and Brighton after hitting another vehicle this afternoon on the way home from the Muskingum County Fairgrounds.
The driver of the second vehicle was taken to the hospital. As for the driver of the pick up he got a ticket for running a red light and must face his...
It was a good turnout for the first ever deaf awareness festival held at the North Terrace Church of Christ.
People from both the deaf and hearing communities got a chance to see how to better educate themselves about hearing loss.
Director and CEO for the Columbus based company, John Moore, along with his interpreter Jennifer Kruzan says they want Southeastern Ohioans to know what choices they have if hearing loss affects them or someone they know.