This is the last weekend for Zanesville High School.
Starting Monday they will start tearing down the music and gym wing of the school. Zanesville City Schools' Darrell Lear says some will be sad to see it go.
"Some of them are going to be sad because they are going to see a building coming down thats been here all their lives if they live in Zanesville and have went to school there as well as myself," Lear said.
Tomorrow marks a big day for Zanesville City High School.
The school is preparing for the big open house. During the event, the school will showcase each class that has graduated from the school during it's more than 50 years.
"This afternoon we've been setting up the auditorium and the gym for the festivities that begin at noon tomorrow," said Wayne Carpenter of the school. "We're getting the tables organized with each class' number on them so when people start...
Deciding what you want to do with the rest of your life is difficult, especially for high school students.
So to help make the decision easier, business and college representatives will meet with high school students for the first M.I.N.D. Your Own Business Fair.
"This fair is to bring together the community, we have a lot of community representatives here today to show that the community is behind our students and it is about career, jobs and college," says...
On Thursday night Zanesville Blue Devils will face off against the Port Clinton Redskins in state final four game.
To send the basketball players off in style, Zanesville High School students geared up for the game with a raucous pep rally. The band lead the cheering students throughout the school and into Winland gymnasium. School officials say all the support means a lot to the team.
"Zanesville is still a kind of community where you roll up on the...