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The shop features more than 50 guitars and other string instruments, many of his pieces are his own one of a kind custom designs.
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At 1:01 p.m., the Zanesville Police Department Special Response Team raided the home, arresting four individuals and confiscating an unspecified amount and drugs and money and an unspecified firearm, according to Chief Ken Miller.
Amateur boxers from several states will converge for the annual Police Athletic League's Lucky Gloves classic show Saturday.
Cost is $50 and includes a Winerak ribeye steak dinner, choice of beverages and the drawing for cash and other prizes.
Country music star Neal McCoy is making his way back to the Zanesville area this April.
A local hero has been nominated and is in the running for a National award. Major, a service dog for retired Marine Corps Veteran McGlade, was rescued from a hoarding situation in Detroit in May of 2011.
Both Daybreak and Noon Rotarians are selling roses by the dozen for their annual Rotary Rose Sale.
The Zanesville Fire Department is investigating a fire that happened this morning.
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Hundreds of youth from Muskingum County schools spent the morning at Secrest Auditorium learning about music and the arts.The Zanesville Concert Association held their annual concert for students with special guest David Tolley, a well known musician and composer.
<![CDATA[The following students who graduated from the University of Akron fall 2013: Emily Suciu, Zanesville, bachelor of arts political science Cody Shields, Chandlersville, bachelor of science electronic engineering tech Todd Weinberg, Frazeysburg, bachelor of science biomedical engineering Charles Dutro, Zanesville, bachelor of science political
Dispatched to assist a woman who had overmedicated herself with opiates, Lt. Randy Dunn of the Zanesville Fire Department watched as Community Ambulance personnel sprayed Nasal Narcan into the unresponsive woman's nostrils.
Mayle, 29, was arrested by Newark police on Friday. At the time of arrest, Mayle was searched, and an unspecified amount of marijuana was seized along with cash.
March surely came in like a roaring lion. We were so fortunate that the snow was not as deep or the wind as fierce as was predicted.