A local school is being honored as one of the best community colleges in the country. Muskingum Area Technical College was voted as one of the top four schools in terms of student satisfaction.
In November, Muskingum Tech was selected as one of four recipients of the 2003-2004 MetLife Foundation Best Practice College Awards. The MetLife Initiative on Student Success presented the Award. This national award shows that Muskingum Tech is working for their community.
Today is Ohio University in Athens 200th birthday party and the celebrations are underway.
The OU Athens campus was founded in Boston 1804. The Zanesville campus was founded in 1946 but also participated in birthday celebrations.
Upcoming events include the art exhibit being displayed in the library, a poetry reading and a free concert open to the public. The art exhibit contains 20 paintings and drawing that are being borrowed from the main campus’s Kennedy Museum.
It’s a scene that is becoming all too familiar for central Ohio drivers and now that the latest victim of the I-270 shootings was traveling east on interstate 70 the feeling is a beginning to hit a little closer to home.
Evidence from ballistics confirms that Saturday’s shooting in Licking County is the 24th in a series of highway shootings.
If you do see something on an overpass that doesn’t look right the crucial part is getting that information to the police right away...
The YWCA is now accepting nominations for their woman of achievement award.
The categories for nominees include business, education, and health care. The awards are given out to women in Muskingum County that are involved with the community.
One of the newest honors is the Bright Futures Educational Scholarship, which is awarded to a high school senior who wishes to continue their education. Winners will be awarded a 500-dollar scholarship from the Ohio University...
An accident involving a dump truck and a vehicle occurred this morning at the intersection of Ninth and Main Street in Zanesville.
This was the scene downtown early this morning. The details are still sketchy at this time, but the Zanesville Police say the female victim was conscience and speaking to officers as they cut her out of her car.
No word on the condition of the victim but she was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital. Whiz Am Fm Tv will have more details on this...