Mac, Gizmo and Rex are part of the Licking County K-9 unit.
This week they received custom fit bullet- proof vests to protect them in the most dangerous of situations.
The vests are and protective goggles or doggles were donated to the department from the Ohio Police Training Academy and weigh anywhere from 5-7 pounds. They protect the dogs from .45 caliber weapons and are stab resistant.
Deputy Randy Morton says it is taking some time for the dogs...
South Zanesville Burger King employees came to pick up their last paychecks today, after six of the fast food chains abruptly closed this week.
The owner of these franchises, Frank Lorch, owns two stores in Zanesville, two in Newark, one in Buckeye Lake and one in Coshocton. Former employee Kathe Robinson was there today getting her paycheck and saying goodbye to her fellow employees. “They’re hurt. Like I said, we were one big family and it just hurts. We made all these...
South Zanesville is proposing an income tax increase for its residents on the November ballot.
The ½% increase is needed to maintain services currently in the village, and without it, Herb Perry, Mayor of South Zanesville, says they may have a lot to worry about. “People are concerned about the security of the village, you know, the police department, the fire department.”
Perry says that when he spoke to the sheriff in their village, he said their average response time...
In the spirit of volunteerism the Genesis Healthcare Foundation has announced the recipient of the 2004 Community Service Award.
The award annually recognizes an individual who significantly contributes to the commmunity and exemplifies the Genesis values of compassion, trust, innovation and excellence. This year, WHIZ's Van Vannelli was honored.
A reception dinner was held tonight to present Van with this award. Vanelli has been a member of the Zanesville community for 36...
A thirty-year run for a local pottery company is coming to an end.
The Hartstone Pottery Outlet on Dearborn is closing up shop. The Company is owned by Carlisle Home Products. Director of Manufacturing, Wes Foltz says it’s due to big competitor imports and a declining demand for their hand painted items.
Foltz says there is still the possibility that local investors will pick up the product and keep Hartstone alive.