Snow is once again falling around Southeastern Ohio Sunday afternoon.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is already out on the roadways working to clear the roadways for motorists.
Right now Coshocton County has eight crews out on the roadways working. In Guernsey County there are 14 ODOT crews working. Licking County has 15 crews out on the roadways. Muskingum County has 16 crews working to clear the roads and in Perry County 12 crews are out.
According to the Ohio Department of Transportation State Route 146 is now open southeast of Zanesville at Three Towers Road.
The road had been closed since September of this year for a roadway improvement project which included the replacement of the Boggs Creek Bridge and realignment work at the intersection of State Route 146 and Three Towers Rd.
ODOT’s contractor for this $1.8 million project is Shelly & Sands Incorporated.
The Ohio Department of Transportation County Manager, Phil Valentine, says a degree or two in temperature makes all the difference when it comes to winter storms and how bad the roads get. Valentine says ODOT's primary focus is keeping the roads salted and free of ice.
"It looks like we've got a strong possibility of having some sleet so we're preparing our trucks today, going ahead and pre-loading with brine and we're gonna monitor the storm throughout the night and then try to...
Students at Foxfire took a different type of test on Monday, one that didn't involve studying or books.
The high school and middle school students took part in the "Think First Presentation." The event took students through a distracted driving accident from the time emergency personnel arrive to the legal consequences they could face.
"We actually came down and surveyed the school to see distracted rates here at the school," said Trauma Injury...