The state of Ohio has the 7th largest population in the country, and is steadily growing. So where does Muskingum County stand? We got the latest on the future of our county from some local officials today.
Tom Poorman is the President of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce. He says that the Census Bureau comes up with figures annually on recent and projected growth of every city and county. He says the future is looking bright for the people of Southeast Ohio....
Healthy cooking is something all chefs, and people in general, strive to do. And on April 21st, a local chef will be showcasing some healthy and tasty dishes at the Zane State Campus Center for all local residents to enjoy.
Chef Marco Adornetto is the Executive Chef at Zane State and a chef for 28 years. He says the Healthy Home Cooking Show is his chance to let area residents see how they can take ordinary recipes and make them extraordinary.
The effort to teach school kids the dangers of drinking and driving continues. Today, Maysville High School students got the chance to feel what it’s like to drive under the influence… with Sheriff’s deputies standing by.
High School seniors came in groups to hop into golf carts wearing “Fatal Vision Goggles.” They then drove through three different courses hitting many cones along the way. They tested their reaction time and driving ability.
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) are now in danger of being eliminated, as the federal government is planning to stop the funding in the 2006 budget. But Perry County officials are working hard to stop this from happening.
This week is Community Development Week across Ohio. The Perry County Commissioners along with the Community Action Group are celebrating their local development efforts.
Community Development Manager Crystal Ratliff is with the Hocking,...
A major problem for Perry County residents is the outbreak of meth. labs. It’s easier to make the illegal drugs in rural areas. But catching the culprits has been a real challenge for law enforcement officers. But hopefully, that’s about to change. Among the country farms and residential areas, meth labs are easily camouflaged. The labs could be in sheds, garages or in people’s homes. The ingredients aren’t hard to find though, in fact, most can be found under household sinks....