The United Way kicked off its 18th annual Muskingum County operation feed campaign today at the Zanesville Civic League.
Operation Feed is an annual community-wide food drive in which people in the area, can donate non-perishable items to our neighbors in need.
Special events Chairperson, Gretchen Sayre, says they are hoping to raise 120 tons of food for the people in need. And she says that last year they had a goal of 100 tons of food and they exceeded that total to 109...
If you haven’t checked out the John and Annie Glenn Museum, now is the time to go.
Starting this Friday, April 1st, there will be a variety of new displays to attract both first time and returning visitors to the New Concord location.
But whether you’re a student, veteran or local resident you’re sure to enjoy the rich history at the house. Some of the new features include a WWI display and military uniforms that John Glenn wore during the time he served.
Tonight the United Way of Muskingum, Perry, and Morgan counties gave the community something to celebrate.
This evening, the annual awards banquet held at the Zanesville Holiday Inn celebrated the 2004-2005 campaign and recognized a number of volunteers who have dedicated their time and efforts to the great cause.
"Tonight's the night we can celebrate our success recognize individuals and organizations and companies in the community who have been particularly supportive...
A local police officer has handed in his resignation after 15 years with the force.
Zanesville Police Officer Daniel E. Clarks' resignation comes after appearing in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court Tuesday morning.
He pleaded guilty to one count of gross sexual imposition. Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman says back in August of 2004, Clark had some type of sexual contact with a 12-year-old female.