The Gus Macker three- on-three basketball tournament is dribbling it’s way back to Zanesville soon and there’s no better time to register your team then now.
This year beat the rush by registering online. Dana Matz, Manager of the Zanesville Downtown Association says, “over 70 percent of our teams registration online last year so, don’t wait for the application go ahead and register online.”
This is the tournament’s eighth year in Zanesville and you can register at www....
There will soon be a change in the way the county seeks their health insurance broker, but it won’t happen this year.
Michelle Campbell the new human resource director for Muskingum County says that every three years the County looks at health insurance proposals. She says they will now open the process to other local brokers who can submit proposals for next year’s selection. As for this year, any proposals must go through the county’s current broker.
Now that spring has officially arrived, the vendors are out in downtown Zanesville. This year the courthouse corner now has a new hot dog vendor.
Del Warne owner of Del’s Curbside Grill sells a variety of items perfect for a bite on the run.
Although he’s still holding out for some warmer weather, Warne says he has a decent number of customers. “More everyday. As the weather gets better it improves. You see more people out on the street. It adds to the flavor downtown...
There’s another survey showing that gas prices have never been higher.
The Triple-A reports that American motorists are now paying an average of just under a $1.74 for a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline, slightly higher than the previous record that was set late last August.
In a statement, the auto club says it had expected to see a new record high this year because of a combination of factors, including rising fuel consumption, high crude oil prices and “...
It was a day to celebrate as hundreds crowded the streets of Chillicothe over the weekend waving flags and shouting their appreciation at members of the 101st Quartermaster Company as they returned home.
The troops spent a little more than 13 months overseas.
Troops were escorted into town Saturday by Chillicothe Police officers, Ross County Sheriff's deputies, State Highway Patrol troopers and several fire engines.