A local family of five is coping with the loss of their home Monday.
Just Sunday night the Creech family in Frazeysburg lost their home to a fire that crews worked to control for more than five hours. The blaze started on the porch of the home and when father Mark Creech couldn't extinguish it, he called 911. When Frazeysburg, Dresden, and Licking Township Fire Departments arrived the home was fully engulfed and is now considered a total loss. Now the family is working to move on.
One Zanesville resident is using her past misfortunes as inspiration to bring warmth to others this winter.
Beck Wisecarver organized a community out-reach service called 'Beck Wisecarver's Lil Christmas Miracles.' Several of her close friends and volunteers helped her to hang hundreds of coats, gloves, and scarves throughout the downtown area. There was a note attached to each item that read "if you are cold please take this item to keep you warm, Someone loves you."
Due to cold weather and school closings Christ's Table needs your help now more than ever.
Typically in January and February the number of people who visit Christ's Table is low due to the weather. However, because of school closings they are seeing more families coming in at lunch time for hot meals.
"This is the time of the year where our shelves start to get bare, we can't let them be bare, so we have to start purchasing. When we have to start purchasing it hurts the...
Golden Corral held its annual Military Appreciation Day Monday, November 17th.
From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. veterans are invited to attend the 14th annual appreciation dinner where veterans and active duty military will receive a free dinner buffet and beverage.
Dr. David Schroder, Commander of the D.A.V. Zanesville, told us about a ceremony held prior to the meal, "it's quite a ceremony, we have a little flag presentation, and a few speakers, and veterans get a free meal, and...
If you're looking for a way to help within the community, The Salvation Army is looking for children's coat donations.
Coats for Kids will be held on October 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. If you're in need of picking up a coat, all you need to bring is an I.D. and a social security card for everyone in your household. Employee in charge, George Bates explained how donations of every kind can help.
"I don't think people realize all the things we do with that money, I...
The Annual Zaap Gallery Art Auction is just one day away and organizers are saying it's an event you don't want to miss.
More than 80 pieces of local and original donated artwork will be displayed Friday night at the Zaap Gallery. The pieces all range in size and design.
"We have a whole variety of pieces of work. We have prints, we have some yard art, we have some whimsical pieces, sculptures, with more than eighty pieces of work there's bound to be something for anybody...
A group of about eight women at Primrose Retirement Community have spent the last two months making fleece blankets for Transitions, a domestic violence shelter that serves women and children in Muskingum, Morgan and Perry counties.
"We really wanted to do something for the community," said Christine Ross, activities director at Primrose. "The ladies here they just like to do stuff for outside so that way they have something to do and plus it...
On Tuesday, the Moose Lodge presented the Muskingum County Hunger Network and the Muskingum Valley Miracle League each with a check totaling over $4600. Moose Lodge Administrator Ron Baughman said it took about a year of fundraising to make the donations possible.
"We'll we have fundraisers. We do this out of our gaming and yea that's about it just those two things," said Baughman.
President of the Miracle League Board of Directors, Caribeth Legats, and...