The Zanesville City Water Maintenance Department is dealing with an outrageous amount of water main breaks for this time of year...36 in 30 days to be exact. Five of those breaks happened in a single day.
Public Service Director, Mike Sims, says the department isn't sure of the exact cause, but they do have a theory.
"When the ground is as dry and as hard as it is, it's very similar to how it is when it's frozen. Every signal, every rumble over the pavement transmits down to...
The Zanesville community is already planning how to honor its veterans this November.
Veterans Council President, Bud Johnson, says he sent letters out to the community yesterday, asking for people's involvement in the annual parade, and he's already received four float entries, which is overwhelming.
"I know everybody in this county is touched by a veteran somewhere. Spend 30 minutes of your time and watch them, " says Johnson.
Injuries are never timely, but days before the season kicks off is a whole different animal. The Blue Devils are suffering a huge blow to the strength of their defensive attack with Division I prospect and defensive end, Anthony Smith, suffering a sprained ankle. Smith could be out for just three to five weeks but with surgery likely necessary, the defensive end could miss the entire season. [click the video link to see more]
The Y-Bridge Arts Festival is kicking off tonight and the public is invited to attend.
More than seventy artists will be showcasing their work Friday night at this family friendly event, which will be taking place on the Y-Bridge downtown.
"Tonight they'll be able to hear a variety of music, try a variety of foods, they will experience so much art, we have so many talented people all over this year, and they'll be converging here on the bridge," said Christie...