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...
Zanesville High School students and faculty have officially spent a week in the new building. While some odds and ends remain incomplete, the general consensus is a positive one.
The new school is undergoing some minor tweaking. Principal Mark Ulbrich says the public address system needs a little work as well as the heating and cooling system. However, everyone seems to be adjusting well, as students have a new environment to foster learning.
It's eye candy from the outside. But this evening I got a chance to take an exclusive behind the scenes look into the new Zanesville High School.
Desks are empty now and construction still ongoing but in three short weeks these empty halls will be full.
"Although the other building was very long this building is very big," explained Darrell Lear Zanesville School District's new construction liaison. "We'll have all the rooms tabled, but it's going to take some time...