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A few things worth mentioning
To Tony Bynum and the Minority Business Resource Network for developing a concept and foundation to help residents become active participants in helping to move our community forward in a positive manner.
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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
Indian Valley 13, Zanesville baseball 0, 5 inn.
Winning pitcher Brady Byers allowed three hits, struck out four and walked one in four innings and went 2-for-3 with a triple and five RBI to lead Indian Valley.
ZPD Searches For Missing Teenager
The Zanesville Police Department needs your help finding a missing juvenile. Investigators say that 14-year-old Darren Mallet was last seen on April 13th leaving from his grandmother's home on Oak Street.
Celebrate Harmony with the Y-City Barbershop Chorus
Last year the Y-City Barbershoppers celebrated the Barbershop Harmony Society's 75th anniversary.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
OUZ looking for basketball coaches
All applicants must have a Bachelor's degree and prior coaching experience is preferred but not mandatory.
Train Depot Sold To Zanesville Residents
The city of Zanesville Community Improvement Corporation unanimously approved the sale of the train depot building during a meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Carson Drive to open for Brett Eldredge
Local band Carson Drive will be sharing the stage with country star Brett Eldredge on Thursday night as they play what they've called their biggest show yet.
a Reminder For Motorists To Move Over
A reminder to motorists on the road to move over for any vehicle with flashing lights on the side of the road..
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Snyder to start new choir program after being let go from Ohio State Fair
Charles Snyder takes a long pause as he considers no longer being the director of the All-Ohio Youth Choir after 22 years.
Group's goal: a better Zanesville for all
Tony Bynum wants to change the dialog in the community. To him, it's simple -- if you want to live in a better community, then you have a responsibility to work at making it better.
State Rep. Brian Hill Addresses Concerns Over Potential Court System Merger
In response to concerns that were brought up at Monday night's Zanesville City Council meeting regarding the potential merger of the Zanesville Municipal and Muskingum County court systems, State Representative Brian Hill addressed the issue.
Local named to dean's list at University of Rochester
Adams, a resident of Zanesville, is the daughter of Deanna Adams and Greg Adams and a graduate of Zanesville High School.
Winter Weather To Return
Wintery weather is coming back to Zanesville and the rest of Ohio. Following a warm, sunny weekend and mild start to the work week, temperatures are expected to drop sharply on Tuesday and bring a chance of snow to many parts of the state.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Concerns Raised Over Possible Elimination of Zanesville Municipal Court
Zanesville Councilman David Tarbert addressed council with concerns over a "movement" to eliminate the Zanesville Municipal Court.
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
Locals Learned the Art of Jiu Jitsu
A world renowned Brazilian Jiu Jitsu trainer visited Zanesville on Saturday to teach local martial art students a few moves.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Kitty can go home - but only if he's not a bobcat
A bobcat hybrid who ran away from home last week has to prove he's not purebred before he can go back home to his owners, a judge said Friday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Shooting cat with BB gun leads to jail time
A Zanesville man was sentenced to 45 days in jail after using a BB gun to shoot at a neighbor's cat that had wandered underneath his porch.