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The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association will hold two regional meetings, beginning tonight, Wednesday, December 11, at the Xenia Fairgrounds at 7 pm in the Buckeye Room.
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Falls Elementary first-grader Dominic Mohler was hoping to get an early Christmas surprise Wednesday in the form of some Legos building blocks.
Every year, the Zanesville Kiwanis Club holds a Christmas party for area students who need a little extra holiday cheer.
The students helped with directing each parade float into the proper order and with keeping the crowd off the parade route.
The winter season officially begins next week, but the Ohio Department of Transportation's Muskingum County garage reports that our area saw two inches of snowfall on Tuesday morning.
The City of Zanesville Water Department will lower a water main on Lincoln Street between Moxahala and Muskingum Avenues Thursday morning.
The event featured various games, activities and community members such as the Literacy Council and the Muskingum County Library System.
For 23 years, the Angel Tree Benefit has been a labor of love for Rich Tolliver.
This year, the class donated $375 to Christ Table and the Animal Shelter. This was an increase of $50 from last year.
Zanesville firefighters battled the blaze for several hours, initially from the inside, until they reached the fourth floor when they discovered most of the floor and roof to the were already burned away.
Friends, family and co-workers celebrated Zanesville City Council's Council-at-Large member, Ted Zakany at his retirement party at Monday night.
The man who reportedly set his dog loose on a Zanesville police officer pleaded guilty Monday to several misdemeanor and felony charges, including felonious assault on an officer and aggravated robbery.
Walk with a Doc will be at 8:30 a.m., Saturday at the Genesis HealthPlex, 2800 Maple Ave. Dr. Richard Tuck, who works in pediatrics, will lead this month's walk.
A local grocer is doing its part to help breast cancer research right in our community for the third year in a row.
In Muskingum Common Pleas Court, Monday, 44-year-old Jason Williams plead guilty to several charges including breaking and entering, theft, possession of criminal tools, tampering with a coin machine, aggravated robbery and felonious assault.