Transitions Incorporated held its 14 annual fundraising luncheon and silent auction this afternoon.
The luncheon provided an opportunity for the community and businesses to come together to help raise funds for the corporation and its domestic violence shelter. The Board of Transition's Secretary, Bridget Tetak explains the fundraising at today's luncheon.
"We have corporate tables, so a lot of businesses take advantage of that to have a private table. We also have a...
An annual luncheon took place on Friday to raise money for victims of domestic violence.
Transitions Incorporated, a local women's shelter hosted their 9th annual luncheon and silent auction at the Zanesville Country Club. More than a 100 attendees participated in the silent auction that featured a few very personal items.
"We also have a painted picture that has been painted by one of the women who has been in our shelter,"said Director, Patti Smith. Hobby Lobby framed...
Domestic violence has been a silent killer in homes, schools, and communities for years. Friday the Domestic Violence Shelter- Transitions- hosted their annual luncheon to recognize, end and heal domestic abuse.
Keynote Speaker and Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Ron Welch has seen the impact abuse has on families. He said one in four women will at some point be exposed to abuse, whether it's mental or physical it has an effect.
A man who allegedly stabbed his wife last month appeared in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
50-year-old Timothy Erwin Sr. of Duncan Falls plead guilty to felonious assault and domestic violence.
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office says he stabbed his wife, 49-year-old Joann, twice at their home on October 24th of 2010. She was treated and released from the hospital. Judge Kelly Cottrill ordered a pre-sentence investigation.
A Newark police officer is charged with disorderly conduct.
Police Chief Steven Sarver says Bobby Hartless' 17-year-old daughter claimed he hit and kicked her on August 4th. After filing a report with the police department, hartless was arrested for domestic violence. Sarver says the city's law director chose not to pursue the case and the charge was dropped, But it did move on to a special prosecutor, who sarver says did decide to file a disorderly conduct charge Thursday.
Most local residents say they're sick of the snow, and it's even causing people to develop "cabin fever."
Yet, conditions like these can also bring about more cases of domestic violence.
"People are cooped up. The kids are home from school and tempers flare a little easier. It's not like you can go outside and garden or go outside and take a walk. So, they might have to do some more creative activities to reduce that, " says Response Victim Assistance program...