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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.
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 Frazeysburg Village Council approved changes to the police department Monday night, including hiring a new police chief and reorganizing the force for 2014.
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.
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.
Our nation has discovered a natural gas bonanza in deep-lying shale deposits in various areas.
27 Kenneth Pepper, 51, Frazeysburg, was sentenced to 11 months prison for failure to register as a sexual offender , a fifth-degree felony.
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.
There are some children and teenagers in Muskingum County that won't open anything this Christmas, but you can help change that.
With the snow coming down, sheriffs in Muskingum and Perry counties have declared Level 1 snow emergencies.
The state says its Medicaid portal is tested and ready to go Monday, when thousands of newly-eligible Ohioans will be able to sign up for the health-insurance program.
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