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Temporary traffic signals will be in place to keep traffic patterns consistently flowing.
Four local churches are coming together to host a block party in downtown Zanesville for people in the neighborhood.
The Muskingum County firefighter community came together Friday to pay final respects to one of their own...Rick Hunt.
As early education student Amber Lillibridge drove down Ohio 16 to her class at Ohio University-Zanesville the morning of Nov. 5, she was unaware that her regular commute was about to turn into a nightmare.
1 at 46-feet-4, and Colin McCall was closest to the pin on No. 8 . Fuller's Fairways Don Blaney fired a 34 for low gross while Jeff Lyon and Randy Zeimer had 31s for low net in the Wednesday Night League.
During its four years of local production, Miba Sinter USA has been met with so much success, it has doubled the size of its production facility, and expects to creating 100 high-paying jobs within the next three years.
As pottery lovers from around the country gathered in Roseville to kick off the 49th annual Crooksville-Roseville Pottery Festival this morning, the week-long celebration of the history of the pottery industry in the area began with a significant honor: The dedication of the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company historical marker was unveiled in honor of ... (more)
Celebrating America's independence came with a price tag for several Zanesville residents who chose to shoot off fireworks.
Drew Johnson was the runner-up with a 63, and Seth Brandfass had the shot of the day on the par-3 No.
A social studies teacher at Zanesville High School was chosen to be one of 32 educators from across the country to attend C-SPAN Classroom's 2014 Educators' Conference in Washington D.C. this week.
Boys and girls at any skill level, ages 10 to 16 are encouraged to come out and take part in the experience.
The Zanesville Farmers Market is getting into full swing now as summer vegetables like sweet corn, zucchini, peppers, and even some early tomatoes are starting to appear on farmers' tables.
Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors older than 60 and children age 10 and older.
The Bethesda Behavioral Health Center will open a new facility on Monday for those suffering from mental health issues as well as drug and alcohol dependency.
Prospective students interested in enrolling in the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy must attend.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 02:24 am
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