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The windows of 10 vehicles were smashed Monday night in the most recent acts of vandalism to affect Zanesville.
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After the housing slump started a few years ago, real estate activity in downtown Zanesville is beginning to pick up again.
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Mid-East Career and Technology Centers students are already seeing benefits of an expanded campus, and more advancements are on the way.
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Forsythe also went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI. Wes Carder, Cody Bragg and Chase Phillips each had two hits, scored six times and totaled three RBIs.
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In recent times, people are staying in the work force longer than years prior, which has resulted in five generations working together.
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Some Zanesville water customers were left without service Tuesday after a 12 inch water main break on Pine Street.
Winning teams were 2, 3, 6, 9, 10, 13, 15 and 16. Summer Volleyball In Pool A, Fort Frye defeated Maysville A 25-18, 25-21 and Coshocton by forfeit, Maysville A over Cambridge by forfeit.
Two area teens will compete for the title of Miss Ohio's Outstanding Teen 2013. Lexi Bubenchik, 14, and Matti Chrisman, 17, are two of this year's 17 contestants who will compete Wednesday night.
This week kicked off the 6 State Trooper Project where Ohio and surrounding state troopers will attempt to reduce the distracted driving related crashes by raising awareness of the dangers.
Brenton Osborne, a student from Zanesville High School, was recently selected to receive the Charles L. Warren Memorial Heritage Scholarship from the Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling.
Zanesville residents Amber Allen, Katharine Anderson, Madison Atkins, Jaelyn Mohler and Kylee Settles recently received the Girl Scout Bronze Award for a project entitled Helping the Animals.
A Sunday afternoon crash involving a motorcycle sent two Zanesville residents to hospitals with injuries.
Ralfe Upshaw and Joe Shaw-Wyche were both sentenced by Muskingum County Common Pleas Judge Mark Fleegle to five years in prison on a felonious assault charge with a gun specification.
The OSU Alumni Club of Muskingum County will hold its 14th Annual Scholarship Auction on Thursday, June 20, at the VFW Post 1058, 1318 Putnam Avenue in Zanesville.
It was soap money that built the former Schultz Opera House on Fifth Street. In 1866, Robert Schultz and his cousin, John Hoge, patented a new brand of soap called Star soap, and they made a fortune from the proceeds, according to Times Recorder archives.
Local businesses struggling to break into the Utica Shale supply chain might have a new in.