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The city and county plan to partner with the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority to apply for federal grant funds to identify brownfield projects.
Local Toys for Tots coordinator Opal Lambert is hoping that, with the help of the Zanesville Fire Department, the organization can give children in Muskingum County something to look forward to on Christmas morning.
A classic holiday performance that focuses on the spiritual side of Christmas will take place in Zanesville for the 84th consecutive year in the community.
Maple Avenue was never designed to handle 30,000 vehicles a day. It has become a headache to residents but also poses issues beyond the daily commute.
Teams consist of three men and/or women and will be bowled during the regular league night.
W ith 228 entries to choose from at the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce Festival of Trees, 10-year-old Ali Helsel could have emptied her piggy bank to bid on trees and wreaths with gift baskets full of fun things for kids and their families.
Daniel Jobart has spent years in the area of Soissons, France, finding relics from World War I. One of his finds is a set of dog tags from an Ohio soldier.
The annual Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce Fundraiser was held at the Muskingum County Welcome Center and wrapped up Friday night.
A woman was reportedly attacked by a man on the 700 block of Lake Vista Drive before 6:29 p.m. Tuesday.
The Zanesville Post of the Highway Patrol says that at around 1:30 p.m. on Thursday two cars collided when driving opposite directions on the roadway.
Pastor Keith Wyatt and his wife, Dorothy Wyatt, have a passion for helping children that they say is a gift from God.
State Senator Troy Balderson has been named to a 23-member panel that aims to explore issues and opportunities within the national energy sector.
Many people in Zanesville and the rest of Ohio who started Thursday in unseasonable warmth can soon expect an icy blast of winter weather.
Dale Phillips, owner of Phillips Meat Processing in Zanesville, says deer gun week is a busy week for his family-owned and operated business.