Christ’s Table in downtown Zanesville is in the black.
It’s gotten so bad a few of their employees are holding are holding their checks so they won’t bounce.
“We have been close for a long time but this is the worst year it’s been. About three years ago I came to this community and we were really in a need they really gave and took care of us,” said Dan Kocher, President of the Board of Director’s for Christ’s...
The wilds welcomed eight ospreys also known as fish hawks today to their conservation. The large birds, only 5 weeks old, were checked by vets before heading up to their tower, built especially for them.
Kids from the Wilds Summer Camp made their nests and will feed them their favorite meal of fish for 6 weeks.
This is the second year for the Wilds have welcomed ospreys. They hope this year the birds will again migrate south, until they are of breeding age, and then fly...
The old Maysville Middle School will soon become the new Children Services Building, and bids were opened today at the County Commissioners for potentional construction companies to handle the job.
Commissioners say the new remodeled building will be a much better facility than the current one located in Avondale. They were pleased with so many local contractors anxious to get started remodeling the former school.
The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office makes a big pot bust.
Detective Ron Buchanan says on Monday of this week his office along with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and Columbus Police seized around 13 pounds of marijuana being sent to Washington County.
The two-week investigation started in Washington County and resulted in the arrest of 45-year-old Richard Parker of Columbus.
Investigators say the marijuana street value is estimated at 20,000 dollars...
Some residents of a gated community on Lake Mohawk in the Eastern Ohio town of Malvern are upset over the housing association’s plan for getting rid of Canadian Geese, by rounding them up and beheading them.
Nobody disputes the fact that the geese are a nuisance.
But resident Richard Loughry calls the method of dealing with them “barbaric.”
The method, however, is accepted under a permit issued by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.