The Ohio State Highway Patrol reports that a portion of Interstate in Guernsey County has now reopened. The closure affected the right lane of Interstate 77 southbound in Guernsey County between mile markers 56 and 58 and was caused by high water.
Disaster relief reaches Guernsey County courtesy of a presidential campaign.
The Romney for President Campaign made a bus visit to Cambridge, Monday morning. Supporters and volunteers spent the weekend collecting over 25,000 bottles of water along with granola bars, crackers, trail mix and pretzels.
The items delivered to Cambridge will be taken to their cooling center at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center and the emergency shelter at the Senior Center. The supplies couldn't...
Cambridge residents have been left to pick up the pieces from the storm that rattled and devastated many parts of Ohio Friday evening.
"The storms came really quickly, my daughter and I were driving from here in town, the car started shaking really bad, I tried to pull over but I didn't feel safe so we continued driving on. We were dodging trees going around any way we could to get back to the house." explained resident Christy Rome.
One person is dead following a one vehicle crash in Guernsey County Friday afternoon.
It happened around 2 p.m. on Byesville road. Cambridge State Highway Patrol Trooper Shawn Allar says a 30-year-old male drove off the right side of the road, overturned, struck a ditch, and hit several trees. The victim, who has not been identified yet, was not wearing a seatbelt, something Trooper Allar says could have drastically changed the circumstances.
A preliminary hearing took place Friday for two Guernsey County murder suspects.
24-year-old Sara Willey of Buffalo and 36-year-old James Dunikowski Junior of Tennessee appeared in Cambridge Municipal Court where a judge ruled that both of their cases will now go to Common Pleas Court.
Willey and Dunikowski are charged with the shooting death of Donald Kay in his home at Seneca Lake Resorts on January 29th.