The Cambridge Fire Department says it's unsure of the cause of an early morning house fire but it's ruling it suspicious.
It happened around 1:30 a.m. on Clark Street.
Assistant Fire Chief, Rick Foraker, says when crews arrived on the scene, the back porch and a portion of the roof were engulfed in flames. It took crews about three hours to get the fire under control because the roof began to cave in.
A New Lexington family receives help from the Muskingum Valley Red Cross when a fire breaks out in their home. The home of Howard and Kelli Dickerson and their two sons at 4434 State Route 13 caught fire Wednesday night in the kitchen area. The Red Cross is assisting the family by providing funding to go shopping and for groceries.
Crews were called out to a structure fire around 9:45 Wednesday in Frazeysburg at 94 State Street, which is at the corner of State and Spellman Lane.
Frazeysburg and Dresden fire personnel, as well as Muskingum County Sheriff's deputies responded to the scene. The Muskingum County Auditor's Office Web site lists the property as a two-family dwelling.
Scanner traffic indicates everyone made it out of the residence okay, however there was talk a baby was...
A home undergoing remodeling in Duncan Falls catches fire this afternoon.
It happened around 3 p.m. at the corner of Miller Lane and Wheeler Drive.
Duncan Falls-Wayne Township Assistant Fire Chief Steve Farus says a barrel full of burning trash outside the home caught the corner of the house on fire. He says since the home was being remodeled, there isn't very much damage.
Duncan Falls-Wayne Township and Harrison Township fire departments responded.