The Zanesville Police Department is asking for help in the search for a missing man.
Tyler Hardin was last seen by his family on July 10, 2010 wearing an oversized red T-shirt, blue jean shorts and red and white Nike shoes. A missing persons report was filed by his family on July 13, 2010. Hardin is a 19-year-old black male. He is approximately 5'6" and weighs 145 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call the Zanesville Police Department at 740-455-0700.
A historic landmark in Zanesville celebrates 175 years.
Putnam Presbyterian Church is the oldest church building in Zanesville. Throughout the years, while the building has remained the same, many members have come and gone. Pastor Herb Perry grew up in the church and looks back on pastors before him. William Beecher, brother of author Harriet Beecher Stowe, was the first pastor of Putnam Presbyterian.
"As we grow older, that is so much more meaningful to find out the...
Pottery is going to be on many people's minds this weekend, which marks the kick-off of the pottery festival in Muskingum County, but did you ever wonder what goes into making these pieces of art? You can have a first-hand look by signing up for pottery classes with Andrew Hoffer or Arthur Kettner at Zanesville Pottery, which is located just off US 40.
"To start with, it's easy to kind of pick it up. It takes time to practice and to maintain those skills, to maintain all the...
At the end of last football season, little did Coach Randy Baughman know that his Licking Valley Panthers would never again host a game on grass. In fact, it wasn't until this summer that one anonymous donor stepped up to begin a complete makeover of Baughman stadium.
"It kind of floored me at first. I mean, you always dream about turf. And it just kind of happened overnight and we're truly blessed and thankful," said Baughman.
Today marks day two of the demolition of Zanesville High School, and many are calling it bittersweet.
Where once stood a gymnasium and an auditorium now lies piles of rubble and a few auditorium seats. The first hit was yesterday, but a steady flow of people poured through today to remember the good times while anticipating the new.
"It's really sad to see a part of history go down although when you walk to the back and see what's back there and it's going to be so much...
Governor Ted Strickland proclaimed Zanesville the honorary capital of the state on this Fourth of July in celebration of the city's history as the seat of Ohio from 1810 to 1812. The mayor and commissioners unveiled a memorial outside of the courthouse which was the site of the capitol building. State Senator Jimmy Stewart says it's a big deal that the former capital is in the district he serves.