The Zanesville Fire Department announces that it will flush hydrants on Monday, April 28.
The department said flushing will take place on Lewis Drive, Hall Avenue, Hamline Avenue, Eastman Street, Elm Street, Blandy Avenue, Zane Street and all side streets in the area. It will take place from 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
Officials say residents in these areas may experience discolored water and reduced pressure. It is advised to wait until after 4:00 PM for the water to...
The time to spring clocks forward an hour is quickly approaching.
During this time it's also important to check the batteries in a device that could save you or your family.
"Saving your life can be as simple as just changing your smoke detector battery twice a year during the time change," said Zanesville Firefighter Trent Abrams. "It's just good to update that to know that you have good batteries in your smoke detector."
A family is left without a home after a fire broke out Thursday morning.
The fire was reported to 911 at 9a.m. Heavy smoke was seen pouring from the structure at 848 Dryden Road. A woman driving by was the first to witness the fire. She said she saw smoke and circled the block to check the home.
"I was looking to see if I saw any flames anything like that shooting out of the house and roof," explained Witness Certa Wade.
Fire erupted Sunday morning at 19 South Sixth Street, destroying a historic Zanesville building.
Zanesville firefighters battled the blaze for several hours, initially from the inside, until they reached the fourth floor when they discovered most of the floor and roof to the were already burned away.
"At that point, since it is condemned, they decided to abandon and go defensive,” explained ZFD Assistant Fire Chief, Dave Huey. “Instead of risking people inside....
This Christmas, an organization called Toys for Tots is collecting new Christmas presents to give to local children. Toys for Tots Coordinator Opal Lambert says she has received requests from area churches, schools and other organizations for over 4,000 presents, which is double the amount needed last year. Lambert is asking the community to help make the toy drive a success and to help every child have a Merry Christmas.
Black billowing smoke could be seen on the north side of town around 5:15 Tuesday evening due to a Zanesville plant catching fire.
According to Zanesville Fire Department Assistant Chief, Bob Long, the spot fire occurred at 1700 State Street, formerly known as Brockway Glass, because of a build up of grease on the ceiling of the plant. Now known as Zanesville OI, the plant produces various glass products.
"It's that grease and it's kind of thick, it's from the...