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ZANESVILLE, Ohio – A two-car crash on Maysville Pike briefly closed eastbound traffic and sent two to the hospital on Wednesday.
At approximately 2 p.m. a driver of a maroon Ford was heading westbound on Maysville Pike near the Pinkerton Road intersection and attempted to make a left-hand turn. The drive of the Ford struck with a blue Dodge going eastbound through the green light.
Trooper Ted Davis with the Zanesville Post of the Highway Patrol said that...
More than 800 American Electric Power customers are without service in the South Zanesville area following a semi truck accident Monday afternoon.
It happened shortly after 1:00 p.m. on the Maysville Pike.
Initial reports indicate a semi truck was on Clay Street heading towards the Maysville intersection when the truck caught a low hanging power line, causing a pole to fall over on top of the truck. After the pole collapsed over the truck, it then caused two other power...
A local family owned business is expanding to call South Zanesville home.
Maxwell's Drive-thru and Pizzeria is setting up shop on Maysville Pike and while the restaurant is expected to open in the coming weeks, the drive-thru already operating seven days a week. It's open Sunday through Thursday from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Co-Owner Cas Maxwell said the drive-thru serves more than your typical beer and chips.
"Not only do we...
Sears Holding Company announced a local Kmart store will close its doors to the public in April.
The Maysville Pike Kmart will begin liquidation sales start January 24, but officials say the store will remain open until mid-April.
The store has 47 employees, which will be eligible to receive severance and have the opportunity to apply for open positions at area Sears or Kmart stores.
A spokesperson for Sears Holdings said the store closures come as part of a series of...
For those still looking for their seat at a table this Thanksgiving, the House of Grace Church is inviting the community to enjoy dinner with them.
The church will prepare a free feast fit for 200 Thursday and anyone hungry beginning at 11 a.m. that morning is welcome to join.
"We want to serve the community and help the community," said Pastor Joe Dunlap. "[We want to] give them a place to go and let them feel [a] part [of something] where they don't have to sit...
A well traveled stretch of road in Muskingum County will be closing for a brief time this week.
On Friday, August 28 at 8:00 p.m., a section of the Maysville Pike will be closed to traffic for repairs to the railroad bridge. The road will open again on Monday, August 31 at 8:00 a.m.. During the road closure, eastbound traffic will be re-routed to State Route 719 to State Route 60 to Maysville Pike. The westbound traffic will be detoured to Putnam Avenue, to Moxahala, to State Route 719...
The Century National Bank on Maysville Pike was robbed Wednesday afternoon.
Shortly after 2:30 PM, the Muskingum County Sheriff's Office and Zanesville Police Department responded to the branch near Clay Street where a man with a weapon robbed the bank. The person fled the area with an unknown amount of cash. Zanesville's Detective Sergeant Harry Taylor described the suspect as a five foot seven, dark complected black male in his mid 20's. Taylor said he has a slender build and...
The westbound lanes of Maysville Pike were closed for a short period of time Wednesday evening due to an accident.
The call for the crash came in shortly after 5:30 p.m. According to Trooper T.E. Davis of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a Jeep going west on Maysville Pike ran off the side of the road and hit a culvert, causing the vehicle to overturn just north of Tat's Restaurant.
The driver of the Jeep, Hilda Gillespie, was the vehicle's only occupant and transported...
Recovery efforts for a vehicle that swerved off the road and into an icy pond off of Maysville Pike have come to a close.
Around 3:30 p.m. today, almost 24 hours after the search began, a crane with magnets was able to find and bring to the surface a 98' Black Sunfire Pontiac GT.
"Our goal was to try to initially recover the bodies last night, but we were unable to do that," stated Bo Keck, Muskingum County Emergency Management Agency Director. "So of course today...