3 hrs ago
Ohio 146 closure west of Nashport
The road will close between Ohio 16 and 586 at the .13 mile marker near the Licking County line.
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17 hrs ago
Severe Allergy Season Ahead
Most everyone welcomes the warmth of spring after a long winter, but this year may be tough if you suffer from allergies.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Bid Open for New Life Project
The Muskingum County Commissioners held bid openings for a million dollar project that's scheduled to start early this summer.
Deer Bagging Changes for the 2014 Season
For Muskingum county the bag limit has changed. Last year it was one buck and three does.
Johnson Named to Head PUCO
Governor John Kasich Wednesday announced that a former Muskingum County resident is now the Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Area Women Celebrated For Achievement, Service To The Community
For the past 26 years, the Muskingum Family YMCA has been celebrating the achievements of Muskingum County women, and on Wednesday night, friends, family, co-workers and past recipients filled the Zane State/OUZ Campus Center to celebrate the Muskingum Family YMCA's 2014 Women of Achievement recipients.
Two Charged In BB Gun Vandalism
Newark Police say they have made two arrests in connection with last weekend's b-b gun vandalism in Licking County.
JOURNAL: Law enforcement reports from Guernsey County area
Hall was also transported to the Guernsey-Muskingum county line where he was released to deputies on a warrant issued in Muskingum County.
McDonald is a standout for judge
Muskingum County can be proud of all the well-qualified candidates who have chosen to decorate our landscape.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Court consolidation talks causing city-county friction
The city of Zanesville and Muskingum County are pitted against each other in a dispute over a possible bill that would aim to completely restructure the local court system, a discussion city officials say they have been left out of.
Lincoln Day raffle benefits pantry
At the event, a 50-50 raffle winner was drawn by special guest speaker Gov. John Kasich.
FREE Instant Movies, Music, TV, Audio Books for Muskingum County
The Muskingum County library system is bringing you instant movies, music and books on demand.
This Week Community News
Levy not about downtown Columbus zoo, official says
The proposed 1.25-mill levy that will appear before voters on the May 6 primary election ballot is about maintaining the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium as one of the premier attractions in central Ohio, said Stalf, president and CEO of the zoo.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Harsh winter hits OT budgets for city and county
With the recent warm weather, it's easy to put memories of the harsh winter to the side.
Safely Dispose of Unwanted Drugs
As a part of the Drug Enforcement Agency's national drug take back day, the South Zanesville Riesbeck's Pharmacy is asking the public to drop off their unwanted medications.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
State plans to repair bridges -- two in Coshocton
In a collaboration between county government and the Ohio Department of Transportation, Muskingum and Coshocton counties will be receiving 11 bridge makeovers in the next three years, part of a statewide bridge partnership program pioneered by Gov. John Kasich.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Maysville School District Runs for Health
After receiving a grant from "Action For Healthy Kids" program to increase activity within their middle school, organizers had to think of an April event to get the community up and moving.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
City officials: Jail is 'serving us just fine'
The Zanesville City Jail is struggling to attract prospective corrections officers, a situation Police Chief Ken Miller thinks might be attributed to a perceived lack of job security considering the city jail has been mentioned as part of a possible county-city jail merger.
Preparing for Real Life Disasters
The Emergency Management Agency hosted this table top disaster drill once a year.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Officials clash on meeting legality
County commissioners find themselves at odds after allegations that two of them might have violated Sunshine Laws by deliberating county matters out of the public eye.