We were back at the 2004 Carr Center Cake Auction today and so were the crowds. Cake lovers cruised the tables and got a chance to view over 400 cakes. But the auction isn’t just about the cakes and incentives, it’s also an opportunity to help raise money for people in the community that need our help.
Carr Center Executive Director Sonya Mawhorter says the money donated will be used for a variety of programs this year, including their youth programs and Adult Daycare.
Police Thursday night are searching for a suspect involved in a shooting incident.
According to Zanesville Detective Ric Roush, at about 8:45 Thursday night, 25-year-old Robert Walker of 532 Forest Avenue was reportedly shot in the leg with a handgun. Roush says as of news time, the victim is being treated at Bethesda Hospital with minor leg injuries.
Roush adds that the investigation is still in the early stages, but the department is searching for a black male who they...
A senior from Zanesville High School can now have her cake and eat it too.
18 year old Chelsea Connar was awarded a $1,000 dollar scholarship today at the annual Alfred Carr Center Cake Auction. The program awards area college bound students with either cognitive or physical disabilities.
Chelsea says she loves computers and is excited about taking classes at MATC this fall.
The much anticipated Muskingum County Port Authority Board Meeting was held today. The organization responsible for economic development has recently been under fire for allegations of sexual harassment against executive director Larry Merry.
Two female employees, Janie Daly and Mary Hamilton, made the allegations, which have never been detailed. The board opened its meeting earlier this afternoon and then after 15 minutes, went into executive session for around 2 hours. ...
It’s that time of the year again, time for the Carr Center Cake Auction. And there were some creative cakes this year.
A variety of unusual shaped cakes were brought together by Zanesville’s local businesses for a great case, the Alfred S. Carr Center.
There were over 400 cakes in every shape and size, available for people to view at the Colony Square Mall and view they did. Most have been coming to the auction for many years and are still excited to see the cakes....
The 8000 corrections officers at Ohio Prisons will lose part of their so-called “roll-call pay” on July 1st, but not as large a chunk as the Taft Administration wanted.
Since 1986, the guards have received roll-call pay of 45 minutes a day for showing up 10 minutes early so they can get to their assigned posts on time. Some are long distances from the institution check-in-point. That costs the State 21 million dollars a year.