Those who frequent Zane's Landing Park have likely noticed a slight change of scenery recently.
The old tent structure which went up in 1988 was taken down with a new structure put in its place last Thursday. Zanesville Public Safety Director Fred Buck said years of weathering and vandalism took a hard toll on the old structure, and it was time for a replacement.
"We used to come in and retreat it about every year and clean it, but it got to the point where we couldn't...
The Zanesville Memorial Concert Band is gearing up for another hot summer concert season, but they are in need of your support.
After the merger of the 7th Regiment and Armco bands in 1923, the Zanesville Memorial Concert Band was formed. Since then they have promoted the arts and music within our schools and the community. This will be the 91st year of the band performances.
"We have our special concerts this year, of course around July 4th we do a lot of...
Zanesville's famous landmark will not play host to the Y-Bridge Arts Festival this year.
On-going construction to the bridge will prevent the festival from being held on it's namesake. Zane's Landing Park will be the site of this year's 4th Annual Festival.
"Although the bridge was unique it did have its limitations, when we were crowded we pretty much corralled the people on the bridge they could walk one way on one side and back down the other way, they couldn't really...
Area residents dodged the raindrops at Zane Landing Park Saturday morning to help raise money and awareness of Autism for the city's annual Autism Walk.
This year's walk brought-out a little competition, cheerleaders from both Sheridan and Maysville High School competed to see which squad could raise the most donations. Maysville cheerleaders captain Olivia Hamilton said her brother has a mild condition of Autism, so she knows what the competition is really all about.
An area organization hopes they can continue to raise funds for families dealing with autism.
In the State of Ohio autism is not covered by insurance, leaving families dealing with the disease to find a way to fund therapies that can cost as much as $5,000 a week.
"Any doctor treating autism will tell you, you got to get that child when he first gets the diagnose. You know two-three that's the best age to get a full recovery," said President of the NAA of Southeast...