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The Ohio Department of Transportation County Manager, Phil Valentine, says a degree or two in temperature makes all the difference when it comes to winter storms and how bad the roads get.
Ice accumulations up to 1/10 of an inch and 1 to 3 inches of snow are possible. A mix of rain and sleet will begin late Thursday, with the most intense snow and sleet expected Friday evening.
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.
In spite of the unseasonably high temperatures, the holiday spirit was alive Wednesday evening in downtown Zanesville as visitors and shoppers took part in an annual holiday tradition.
The Muskingum County Center for Seniors is hosting a "Country Christmas to Remember" this Saturday featuring both Christmas and country music by Nashville artist, David Church.
None of the members of Powerhouse are old enough to vote, but they bring fresh perspectives and all are gaining ground and getting noticed in the art scene.
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office says there is a barn fire Wednesday morning.
E ight people have been cited for failing to stop for a school bus within the past week, according to Zanesville Police Department Patrolman Jim Devoll.
The team earned the right to participate from winning the Ohio 4-H Horse Judging competition at the Ohio State Fair.
South East Area Transit District Director, Howard Stewart, says Guernsey and Muskingum County residents will soon be seeing a logo change on area buses.
A Zanesville man charged in connection to a drug bust in July of this year enters a guilty plea in court.
25 Robert Moore, 47, Mount Perry, was sentenced to nine months in prison and had his post-release control terminated for a charge of failure to register as sexual offender , a fifth-degree felony.
ECOT is an online public school serving more than 15,000 Ohio students in grades K-12.