Six-area high school seniors were honored at a special ceremony today.
Dean Parmiter, Devon Liles, Andrew Riggs, Danielle Vandergriff, Katelyn Peyton and Jerrica Savage were each awarded a $1,000 college scholarship for their excellence in community service and school achievement.
The winners were awarded the money from Norman, Jones and Enlow Company, who recognize area seniors every year.
Presentations were made to the students and their proud families today...
Those of us who live in Muskingum County know what our area has to offer, and with more tourists coming to our area that means more dollars for our local economy.
Vice President for the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce Kelly Ashbey says, “the latest statistic we have is from 2000 and over $195 million is spent in Muskingum County by our tourists. It certainly is big business.”
In honor of the tourism industry in our area several local attractions will be...
Around 90 people from different rescue agencies across the area spent time today learning about the dangers of handling methamphetamines or meth labs.
Special Agent with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation Dennis Lowe says, the problems with meth labs is that there is no specific demographic or area where they can be found- that is why he teaches these special classes.
For Ohio, the problem is increasing. “Last year we did about 271(busts) and those were labs...
An accident on Interstate 70 this morning looked a lot worse than it was.
The Zanesville Highway Patrol says just after 3:30 34-year-old Keaven Russell of Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania was driving his Semi east on I-70, went off the right side of the road, struck a guardrail, his load detached, and three large coils of steel rolled down an embankment.
Troopers say the Semi then came back on the highway and overturned in the median.