Many schools are now out for the summer. This year, Zanesville City Schools is once again offering its summer lunch program.
Zanesville City Schools has been doing this for the youth in the community for about 9 years now which is federally funded by the USDA Program. We had the chance to speak to Vicki Wheeler, Food Service Supervisor for the school district who told us more about the healthy lunch options.
"Sandwiches, fruits, vegetables, we do the fresh vegetables, fresh...
BUCKEYE LAKE, OHIO (WHIZ) - ODNR Director, Jim Zehringer told members of the Ohio House Buckeye Lake Caucus that repairs on the dam could begin about a year ahead of previous estimates. The design for the reconstructed dam will begin this summer and be finished by spring, with construction planned for next summer.
FRAZEYSBURG, OHIO (WHIZ) - According to authorities on April 9th Johnston's Pharmacy in Frazeysburg was broken into and a large quantity of narcotics was taken. If you have any information on the suspects contact the Frazeysburg Police Department.
Pot Poll Results
MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO (WHIZ) - A new poll shows that 53% of Americans feel that marijuana should be...
According to the Red Cross anyone in low lying areas or in a flood plain is being encouraged to stay on alert for rising water in the next few days. If you ever feel that you are in danger from quickly rising water, the best choice is to call 911.
Book Renewal Limit Increased
Assistant Director of the Muskingum County Library System, Blair Tom, announced Monday that...
A meeting was held at Zanesville City Hall Tuesday evening to discuss the Safe Routes To School Program.
This is a federally funded program managed by ODOT that helps children get to school safely. According to Project Manager Mark Nolt, it provides funding for both infrastructure and non infrastructure improvements. Nolt told us more about how the project is funded.
"The cost varies based on the types of recommendations that come out of the school travel plan. Basically,...
Zanesville city schools called off their 5th day of school today, but the days no longer matter.
As of last year, there has been a change in Ohio law regarding snow days, Ohio schools must now count the number of hours missed instead of the number of days missed. This afternoon we spoke with the Coordinator of Operations of Zanesville City Schools, Kevin Appleman, who says students will now have assignments to complete at home in the event of another snow day.
A legendary former coach and teacher at Zanesville City Schools has passed away.
Don Stahl died late Thursday night at Morrison House at the age of 94. He was inducted into the Zanesville City Schools Hall of Fame in 2009 and had served as president of the ZHS Tip Off Club for many years.
Visitation will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Monday, September 29 at the Bryan and Hardwick Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at the First Christian Church on Military...
While some schools headed back to the classrooms Monday, Zanesville City Schools won't welcome students back until Thursday.
Teachers in the district took part in the citywide workshop Thursday where they combined work and play. They held a contest for best group theme and loudest before getting down to business watching educational videos and listening to a guest speaker.
"They get back to see each other," said Operations Coordinator for Zanesville City Schools Kevin...
Zanesville City Schools adds two new principals to its roster as the school year approaches.
The Zanesville City School Board named Garry Young as their next principal at Zanesville High School. Young comes from Union High School and is a graduate of Chillicothe High School and Ohio University. He also served as a band director and music teacher at East Knox prior to his work at Union Local.
Young replaces Mark Ulbrich who left Zanesville High School after six years to take a...