The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office reports a burglary Tuesday evening.
According to Sgt. Buchanan with the Sheriff’s Office, the county is not releasing much information at this time. However WHIZ does know that Tuesday evening a building on Wildwood Circle, off of Highland Drive, was burglarized.
Sgt. Buchanan says the county does have two male suspects in custody, but they have not been formally charged so their names and other personal information is being withheld...
Many people across the country will be looking to the sky this Sunday for fireworks, but in Cambridge people will also be looking to the pool.
Cambridge City Pool Manager Rick Spencer says, “ we’re going to have a DJ come in and we’re going to shut the overhead lights off and keep the pool’s inside lights on so people can see the reflection of the fireworks off the pool.”
There won’t be any swimming during the fireworks, but you are allowed out on the pool deck. ...
Some pretty big changes are going on around Cambridge. The city is very excited about all the new construction that has helped build the new $50 million school complex as well as has helped bring in jobs.
Cambridge City Mayor Sam Salupo says, “The major construction has been in the retail area on Rt.209.”
The development doesn’t stop there; future plans suggest that there is much more to be done.
Mayor Salupo says this growth would never have happened if it wasn...
People all across the country are scrambling to buy Mega Millions tickets.
The Mega Millions Jackpot is the second highest since Ohio joined the multi-state lottery game, at 220 million dollars. Accounting Manager for the West Main Drive through in Zanesville Niki Newman says ticket sales have been very good.
“We’ve had a couple people buy fifty to a hundred dollars at one time usually it’s about five that’s what the average is,” she said, “We do see a lot more sales when...
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority will no longer be handling their finances in the office.
Next Month, the books will officially be turned over to the County Auditor.
Executive Director of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority Larry Merry says, “They will actually be writing the checks. We’ll still be doing bookkeeping here, but a lot of the process will be done with the County.”
This all stems from the results of the Port Authority’s...