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Five Barracuda Intruder Defense Systems were purchased for the office suites in the Muskingum County Welcome Center building.
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All week, New Concord's Jeramy Gatrell was looking forward to the weekend because of a special opportunity from an area organization.
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Democratic candidate for position, David Pepper called for federal authorities to investigate Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's handling of lucrative collections contracts in the wake of a newspaper investgation.
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When the Crown Victoria police cars the department used since 1994 were no longer being made the police department tried out the Dodge Chargers.
20 hrs ago | Times Recorder
Anyone who qualified for the Zanesville District Golf Association Amateur tournament must have their $75 entry fees paid no later than Monday.
Academic award scholarships are available for students who qualify and apply during the open house.
A 35-year-old man who broke into a Seborn Avenue home to steal a toilet was sentenced Monday morning to two years of community control sanctions.
The electronic version of the article was released in late spring with the print version due out this month.
Shortly before 3:00 p.m. a silver Mercedes GLK 350 lost control, rolling onto its side.
The Zanesville Memorial Concert Band held a Christmas In July concert for area residents today.
Hundreds of people tumbled out of bed and stumbled to the theatre this weekend to enjoy Zanesville Community Theatre's production of "9 to 5." Based off the 1980 hit movie starring Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda, the musical has been tearing up Broadway in recent years, and Director Jillian Von Gunten wanted to bring that story to ... (more)
The historical roots of the Muskingum County Home stretch back to the early 1800s, when each county in Ohio had a "poor house" to shelter the indigent.
Lisa Wayt and Matt Hemmer were united in marriage on June 7, 2014, at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zanesville.
The Block Party was free of charge and was open to the public. Cornhole, door prizes, games, the Zanesville Fire Department, food and live music were all available to enjoy.
Months after a car crash that almost took her life, 21-year-old Amber Lillibridge attended a benefit to help raise money for her to go back to school and finish the degree that was interrupted by the incident.
No one is sure how the large puddles of raw sewage that sat in Brown Alley for months came to be, but those who live in Licking View are used to mysterious sewer problems, dealing with repeated backups and clogs in the area's archaic systems for years.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:27 pm
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