At approximately 10 o'clock on Saturday night officials from the South Zanesville Police Department said they pulled over a man in a red Jeep Cherokee at a traffic stop near the Speedway on the Maysville Pike for a moving violation .
On later observation officials were made aware of charges he was facing in Perry County for brandishing of a weapon. According to South Zanesville Police Chief, Eric Finley his department detained the subject in order to...
Four area fire departments responded to the scene of a house fire in Newtown Township this afternoon..
The fire was called in by a neighbor who witnessed smoke pouring out of windows of the home next door at 2775 Thompson Run Road. South Zanesville, Roseville, Falls Township, and Newton Township fire departments responded to the call and contained the fire to a few rooms within the house. No one was home at the time of the fire.
For more than 25 years the South Zanesville Business Association Parade has provided the local community with a spectacular holiday display.
This year the parade's theme was "It's a Hollywood Christmas" and took several months to execute.
"We start the planning process of this in April and we are looking at about 7 months of work from picking a theme, to getting the street shut down, to getting law enforcement involved, to getting marketing out there, "...
What started out as breakfast, ended in a fatal shooting.
At 9:45 a.m. Thursday morning, Muskingum County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a call about gunfire at the Burger King on Maysville Pike. When deputies arrived, they found 61-year-old Charles M. Hooper lying on the floor. The Zanesville man and Burger King regular was pronounced dead at the scene. Sheriff Matt Lutz says Hooper was killed in front of customers and Burger King employees.
The Village of South Zanesville Tuesday announced its water plant is operational. The storms on Friday caused problems for the facilitiy and residents were asked to conserve water. Tuesday officials announced that everything is now back to normal for the village...but South Zanesville Fiscal Officer Chris Kerby says the Village remains under a water emergency and resident should stop all unnecessary use of water including washing cars and watering lawns. Boiling water...