Locals woke up early this morning for a tasty breakfast to help the Muskingum Valley Red Cross.
For only $5 at Applebees on Maple Avenue Saturday, residents enjoyed all you can eat pancakes with all the profits going to help the Muskingum Valley Red Cross.
"It goes right to our disaster relief fun. With the flooding and everything that we think may be imminent and Morgan County and Muskingum County, we never know and of course our house fires, we have to...
It is the second earthquake the world has witnessed in two months. An 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck Chile early this morning.
The Muskingum Valley Red Cross says anytime you encounter a natural disaster, like this one, it devastates a country, but Readiness and Development Manager, Keely Warden, says the results will be different than the one that struck Haiti.
"I don't think we're going to see that bad. It's a little bit better built area. People are prepared for the...
It can happen anywhere and to anyone, but would you know what to do in someone's heart stopped beating or if that person stopped breathing?
The Muskingum Valley Red Cross says everyone should know how to perform CPR, even if they can't physically do it.
"CPR isn't just you take it one time and it's good forever. You need to renew it every year. It's a very easy thing to do. People are embarrassed about having to get down on the floor and beat up on a mannequin, but it...
Warmer temperatures are causing icicles to melt and fall off homes, but that can cause even more problems for homeowners if they fall near a gas line.
"If one comes down and you hear any kind of hissing noise, blowing noise, or, of course, if you smell gas, make sure you open a window, get out of the house, go to a neighbor, directly call 911, and then call the gas company, " says Keely Warden of the Muskingum Valley Red Cross.
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.