A busy day for firefighters as they were called to Zanesville High School twice this morning on two separate incidents.
First a grease fire broke out in the kitchen of the school in the deep fryer machine. Kevin Appleman, coordinator of student services for the school system says he was pleased with how quickly the fire was put out. Appleman says, “ Everything was fine. The fire department was called to make sure we did everything properly and they came up and made sure everything...
The group that uses financial donations to fight crime plans to divide a 60-thousand dollar reward offered in the series of highway shootings in and around Columbus.
The question is, what's worth more a suspect's name or location? Charles McCoy Junior is charged with murder in the November death of Gail Knisley. He's also charged with attempted murder, felonious assault, and other counts in eleven other shootings.
Crimestoppers of Central Ohio says at least two tipsters...
Every mother only wants the best for her newborn, that’s why the professionals at the Genesis Hospital Systems say there’s no better way to provide the right nutrients for your baby then breast-feeding.
Certified Lactation Consultant, Shelly Clark says, “formula companies keep coming to me and giving me all the ingredients of what they found n breast milk, but they’re still not able to duplicate it. One of the things the artificial formula will never be able to duplicate is how it (...
Today at Buckeye Stoneware on Putnam Avenue, the Tourism Team in Muskingum County had their monthly meeting to discuss what’s hot with tourism here in our area.
The group of about 20 discussed ways to advertise and market Muskingum County to out of towners. Their main focus is to encourage tourists to shop in our area. Vice President of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce Kelly Ashby says that tourist shouldn’t be disappointed with what we’ve got here.
By the April 15th deadline the Ohio Department of Taxation expects to receive another two and a half million state income tax returns, that's in addition to the three and a quarter million they have already received.
Tax Commissioner Bill Wilkins says taxpayers who mail in paper returns will have to wait six to eight weeks for a refund.
But taxpayers who use the Department's internet filing system, called Ohio I-File, can get refunds in five to seven days.