The face of television in the McConnelsville area is about to change . . . for the worse! Adelphia Communications, the cable company serving the McConnelsville area, has notified WHIZ-TV that they have decided to pull the Zanesville station off the system at the end of April.
Adelphia is changing the location where free, over-the-air broadcast stations are received for distribution on the cable system. Due to this change,...
You no longer have to travel out of the county to acquire you watercraft registration. Effective April 19th, The Muskingum County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts, and the title department will issue new and renewal registration decals for all watercraft.
The registration is good for three years and valid all over the state of Ohio, but if you live in Muskingum County you should register here.
The student from West Muskingum High who brought a loaded gun to school this week will be in Juvenile Court next week to admit or deny charges.
The 14 year old is being charged with bringing a loaded, semi-automatic 380 handgun to school, allegedly to threaten another student. The charges include a felony charge of aggravated menacing and the other, bringing a firearm into a school safety zone.
The second student in question, a 15-year-old boy, will also be charged...
He was arrested just over one year ago, after a routine traffic stop on the Maysville Pike revealed about 25 pounds of marijuana in his car…and now 32-year-old Kevin Sands of Zanesville is found guilty on that charge.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Bob Smith, Sands Thursday plead no contest to one count of possession, a felony of the third degree. After a short hearing Judge Howard Zwelling found him guilty on that charge.
The gun incident Wednesday at West Muskingum High School is raising concerns about safety of the school.
Superintendent Marvin Wourms says the incident has sparked a need to take a step back and look at their present methods to ensure that weapons are not brought into schools, and hoe to keep students safe.
Some safety ideas in the past have included installing metal detectors in the schools; superintendent Wourms says this may be an option down the road.