The Masonic Temple in Duncan Falls honored area volunteer firefighters at a special dinner Sunday evening.
According to Worthy Matron of the Order of Easteren Star, Valerie Norman, the dinner is the Masonic Temple and the Order of Eastern Star's way to give thanks to the community and to volunteer firemen. She said sometimes they don't get a thanks for the job they do each day.
"We wanted to do something to give back, and volunteer firemen may rarely hear a thank...
Marilyn Swope has held many titles over the years including 1st grade teacher, quilter and the first female Mayor of Zanesville.
The Women's Initiative Network hosted the "Spotlight on Marilyn Swope" open house at the Masonic Temple on Saturday afternoon to recognize one of their most influential members. The event also served as a fundraiser to provide scholarship grants that help young women reach their goals.
The Artists Colony of Zanesville is featuring their new Artist of the Month.
Mark Bellew does his work at the Heart of Art Studio which is an art program for artist who attend Muskingum Starlight Industries. The program allows adults with developmental disabilities to work in a safe creative environment, Bellew says he is passionate about the work he does.
" I started doing art there and loved it it was man I tell you it was thumbs up fun, " Bellew Said.
A business once location on the north end of Zanesville has packed up and moved downtown.
Husband and wife Casey and Romney Willman are financial associates for Thrivent Financial Services. They recently moved to the second floor of the Masonic Temple on 4th Street and Friday cut the ribbon on their new offices.
"We just wanted a more central location for members and our clients who want to come in and visit us in our office and we just thought downtown Zanesville would be a...
A ribbon cutting ceremony is held in Downtown Zanesville.
In the past 2 years the Y-City has celebrated 31 grand openings. The in-home care and support business "Home Helpers" marks the most recent addition to downtown. Franchise Owners John and Cindi Morehead said the ambition of "Making Life Better" affects more than just their clients-but the family too.
"Some of the things we do, particularly personal care, the kids don't want to do that, it makes for...
Some community members are hoping to revitalize a historic building.
The 108-year-old Masonic Temple that's home to the Free Masons of Zanesville, is hosting a holiday bazaar with 22 vendors of all kinds and also an open house.
"It's one of the best kept secrets in Zanesville, it's a beautiful old historic treasure and we have people here that will be giving building tours and we also feel that there is a need to bring more people into the building as tenants as crafters,...