Representatives of the Applachian Regional Commission or ARC were in Zanesville today with a big announcement for our area.
In an effort to create more jobs in the Appalachian region, the ARC announced that Ohio is one of the states that will receive a portion of the 66 million dollars President Bush has set aside in his proposed budget.
Larry Merry of the Port Authority says it was great to have the important news heard right here in Zanesville and that this should...
The Muskingum County Commissioners announce a two percent increase in the 2004 budget appropriations. Each department within the county received the increase which Commissioner Don Madden says he’s pleased with.
Madden says, “ I thought we might be in a situation where we would actually have to be cutting departments funding from what they would have had last year, but thanks to the departments being frugal last year, we are able to have a 2 percent increase.”
The Zanesville Fire Department had its hands full this morning after a concrete worker found himself trapped in a sand bin.
It happened at O-K Coal on South River Road this morning around 9:30.
Zanesville Fire Fighters, along with rescue crews from Community Ambulance, Harrison Township and South Zanesville Fire Fighters worked for two hours to free 45-year-old Doug Stotts of Darlington Road.
Investigators say Stotts was working when he lost his footing and...
A concrete worker who fell and buried himself in a sand bin was rescued successfully and taken to OSU Medical Center this morning.
The call came in around 9:30 when over fifty people responded from The Community Ambulance, Harrison Township Rescue Squad, along with the Zanesville Fire Department and the South Zanesville Fire Department.
They worked together for almost two hours digging the man out.
Doug Stotts of Zanesville was working at OK Coal and Concrete...