Stories tagged with: Muskingum County Court House

November 19, 2015 - 9:49pm
40 weeks 1 day ago

While the attacks in Paris continue to garner conflict over the Syrian Refugee Crisis here in the U.S., the Muskingum County Court House here in Zanesville is showing solidarity.

The court house glows in red, white and blue and transitions to shine blue, white and red to show support to those in France affected by the attacks that happened just last week.

January 29, 2015 - 4:26pm
1 year 30 weeks ago

Friday will mark 30 years since Zanesville resident Barbara Frame went missing.

January 30th, 1985 Frame came home from work and told her family she had an appointment to go on, an appointment she would never make. That night she walked out her front door and was never seen or heard from again.

"Tomorrow we're going to have a public awareness event for Barbara Frame, she's been missing for 30 years," said the private investigator on Frame's case, Lilly Paisley. "...

September 8, 2013 - 8:01pm
2 years 50 weeks ago

Community members gathered at the Muskingum County Courthouse on Sunday to say a prayer for those lost during the attacks on September 11th.

This is the fourth Patriot Day for the Muskingum County's branch of Cry Out America. The national program was created the year after the attacks by the American Awakening Alliance and people join at courthouses around the nation in remembrance.

"You'll expect either 12 speakers who will be praying or talking about 9/11 and remembering...

June 11, 2013 - 6:03pm
3 years 11 weeks ago

Tuesday morning, a jury of 7 women and 5 men were seated in the trial of Richard Klein. Both the prosecution and the defense made opening statements in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court. Assistant Prosecutor, Bob Smith described the death of the Klein's two boys as a human tragedy that could have been avoided and told the jury that he's confident Klein and his wife failed to exercise standard care for their children.

"The deaths of these two boys could have been avoided, had the...

September 11, 2011 - 8:04pm
4 years 50 weeks ago

A section of Main Street in Downtown Zanesville was closed off Sunday afternoon as hundreds came to gather and remember the September 11th attacks.

For the second year the community has come together in front of the Muskingum County Court House to show gratitude for their freedom and right to assemble in prayer.

"We believe this nation needs prayer and we need to remember those wonderful firefighters and police officers and EMTs and everybody that everyday has put their...

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