Alumni of the Zanesville High School Dance Team chasse their way back in time.
More than 200 'Devilettes' from throughout the country gathered to rehearse for their upcoming reunion performance. The founder of the 'Devilettes' Wayne Carpenter began the dance team back in 1966. And said the reunions truly are a time to reminisce.
"The girls all commented about, the neat thing about our reunion from different class reunions, they get to see all the gals they hung out with in...
Hope for those half way around the world- the mission that is making strides.
Director of Hope- The Haitian Orphanage that Provides and Educates- Tim Banks is originally from Mansfield, Ohio. Alongside his wife he has lived the past 7 years in Haiti, raising 20 orphaned girls as their own.
"So they can stay in Haiti and help Haiti," explained Banks. "We want to make a change there."
Member of Faith United Methodist Church in Zanesville Mike...
A musical past-time for one local man will find a new tune in the hands of a young musician.
A trombone that has been halfway around the world and back brought-out many memories for Zanesville Resident Roger Eppley. The gift of music came from his father when Eppley first joined the Zanesville High School Band...more than 60 years ago. Unknowingly, that gift of music would carry Eppley through a war and home again.
"We thought we'd play in the band that's a lot easier than...
The community said a final goodbye today to a 14-year-old Zanesville boy.
The funeral of Grant Hickman took place Wednesday morning. Family, friends and community members gathered Downtown at Saint Thomas church for the service. They then proceeded to Zanesville Memorial Park Cemetery to say their final fairwells. Good friend Khloe Stiverson shared her memories.
"He always had a smile on his face," said Stiverson. "He was just a great person all together...
Hundreds lined up outside Hillis and Hardwick Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon to offer prayers and condolences after the tragic death of 14 year-old Grant Hickman of Zaneville.
Three close friends of Hickman shared their story of what his life meant to them.... Trenton Dodson will be a Sophomore at Tri Valley High School. He said their group of friends all played a variety of sports -- Hickman football-- but it was skate boarding that truly brought the group together.
Detectives with the Zanesville Police Department continue to investigate the death of an incoming Zanesville High School Freshman.
Detective Sergeant Rick Roush said 14 year-old Grant Hickman was found dead early Saturday morning at a home in the 300 block of Taylor Street in Zanesville. A resident of 364 Taylor Street confirmed the incident did happen at that location, but did not care to comment further.
School Officials said alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor in...
The community mourns the loss of an incoming Zanesville High School freshman.
School Officials say 14 year-old Grant Hickman died early Saturday morning at a home on Taylor street. The teen is suspected to have died of alcohol use but Zanesville Police have not yet released details. Zanesville High School Principle Mark Ulbrich said a candle light vigil was held by students Saturday night to remember grant.
The community is mourning the loss of an incoming Zanesville High School freshman who is believed to have reportedly died of alcohol use early Saturday morning, according to school officials.
Zanesville High School Head Football Coach Chad Gandstaff tells WHIZ Grant Hickman, who would have been a running back and a part of the defensive secondary for the football team, will be greatly missed and that his thoughts and prayers go out to the Hickman family.
The Zanesville High School Boys Basketball Team kicks off their home opener tomorrow night.
With the Blue Devils first home game approaching, Coach Scott Aronhalt wants to make sure people are aware of the current parking situation. Police officers will be at various parking locations assisting the public. Aronhalt says that there are still a lot of parking options despite the current construction. Church parking, general parking, "...
One local road will soon be easier to travel on during school rush hour.
Crews at the new Zanesville High School are working to get the parking lot finished before Thanksgiving. Construction Liaison Darrell Lear said when it's finished it should alleviate some of the traffic on Blue Avenue at the start and end of the school day.
"Parents are going to go up the drive as we're standing here and go up this way they'll come out another entrance down there it's...