Residents at The Oaks at Northpointe were all smiles Saturday during the Noon Rotary Club's third annual "Spreading Holiday Cheer" event.
Music filled the halls of The Oaks at Northpointe Saturday morning as residents got into the holiday spirit. The festivities included much more than just the singing, a visit from Santa Claus topped a day of events which included many holiday activities.
"I think it really brightens their day," said Noon Rotary Club...
Dozens of students from the Zanesville City School District received a treat at Adornetto's Tuesday.
For the past 80 years the Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville has provided a meal and presents to special needs students from the school district. President of the club, Paul McClelland, said the club served 78 students this year.
"We've got presents for each one of the kids, and Rotarians go out and do some shopping, and bag those up and we have a special guest," McClelland...
The Superintendent of the Ohio State Highway Patrol made a stop in Zanesville Tuesday.
He spoke to the Noon Rotary Club about keeping the roads safe and partnering with other law enforcement to do so. Last year on Ohio's roads there were 990 fatalities. While that number seems high, Colonel Paul Pride said it is the lowest the number has ever been.
"That's 990 lives that have been lost, which is still too many, which we've still got work to do, but at least we're heading in...
A Zanesville native is leading the State Highway Patrol Special Response Team.
Staff Lieutenant Steve Rosta has been commander since 2000 and said they have one goal. Rosta addressed the noon Rotary Club of Zanesville on that mission Tuesday.
"The mission is to save lives," Rosta said. "That's the number one mission that we have, and also we provide a lot of training for outside agencies, local, city and state and even federal too. On top of that we provide a...
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine visited the noon Rotary Club of Zanesville Tuesday.
He addressed members on several topics, but one message that he focused on was the heroin problem here and across the state. DeWine spoke about how the most beneficial efforts are local efforts to get rid of the drug.
"One of the things I will talk about today is how important it is for each local community to come up with their own grassroots effort, so that they can really fight back,...
Hockey's offseason may only last a few months, but for passionate fans, those months can seem like an eternity. Fortunately, the wait is almost over.
Less than three weeks from now, the puck will drop in Nationwide Arena for preseason action to get the year underway for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Tuesday, Bob McElligott, the radio voice of the CBJ, stopped by Bryan Place to talk to members of the Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville about the upcoming season.
State Senator Nina Turner brought her campaign for Ohio Secretary of State to Zanesville Tuesday.
Turner addressed the crowd at the Zanesville Noon Rotary Club before meeting later with a group of business women. The Cleveland native criticized incumbent Jon Husted, saying his actions have limited access to the ballot box.
"Voting should be simple, it should be accessible, and it should be secure," Turner said. "That is the foundation point of why I'm...