Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell was in Cambridge today to speak about some of the key issues affecting Ohioans.
One of the main subjects he discussed was his plan to change the way statewide residents vote. He says, “I anticipate that we will have right around 30 counties that will use the new electronic touch pad systems this November and then the rest of the transformation will take place in 2005.”
Blackwell says there is a lot of controversy over whether or not...
While the Red Roof Inn robbery investigation continues, the owner of the Zanesville hotel speaks out tonight.
Tim Longstreth says his staff was well prepared for the robbery, and helped aid in the capture of the suspects.
Longstreth adds that they have not increased security since the incident because he believes their system is effective. He said, “All of our people are trained to handle in the proper way. We haven’t changed a thing because we believe that what we’ve done...
Local food pantries are asking for your help. Operation Feed is a program designed to help feed families in Muskingum County and it’s currently underway and they need your donations.
This morning volunteers were sorting through various loads of canned and boxed food that they received from last weekend’s auto show in the Colony Square Mall. But Jill Crippen who runs the pantry in South Zanesville says they need money more than food.
The Zanesville Muskingum County Port Authority is feeling the heat of a sexual harassment investigation against its Executive Director Larry Merry.
Muskingum County Commissioner Don Madden tells Whiz News that a letter of concern has been sent to the Port Authority concerning the sexual harassment issue and the fact that it has not yet been resolved.
It’s possible that the county could pull its portion of funding for the organization if the issue is not settled. ...