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Muskingum County Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 70 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories
Muskingum County Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 70 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories. During the last week, Muskingum County reported a total of 70 crime cases. The most prevalent crimes were Suspicious Situation, Arrest, and Assault, each with 18 incidents, accounting for over 77% of the total crime cases. Despite the high number of these cases, a relatively lower number of other crimes were reported, including Domestic Related, Vandalism, and Theft, each with 4 incidents. Other crimes were reported 3 times, and the least common type of crime was Disturbance, with only 1 incident. It's important to note that while the number of arrests equaled the number of suspicious situations and assaults, it doesn't necessarily mean that all of these situations resulted in arrests or that all arrests were related to assaults or suspicious situations. The data suggests a heightened level of vigilance in the place, as indicated by the number of suspicious situations reported. The number of assaults underscores the need for continued efforts to ensure public safety.
John Glenn football coach charged with battery against student resigns
WALKERTON, Ind. (WNDU) - John Glenn High School football coach John Barron, who was just charged with battery last week, has resigned from his teaching and coaching positions at the high school. WNDU 16 News Now reached out to the John Glenn School Corporation regarding Barron’s status and received the...
Akron Man Arrested in Noble County
A traffic stop in Noble County led to the discovery of half a pound of Methamphetamines. The Noble County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday they stopped a vehicle after observing moving violations. The deputy observed criminal indicators and an open-air sniff took place on the vehicle. K-9 Cora alerted and...
Savor the Flavors of Italy: Your Guide to Cambridge's Top 4 Italian Restaurants
In this article, we will be exploring four exquisite Italian restaurants in Cambridge. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these delightful spots yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below:
Local K9 sniffs out drugs, leads to arrest after police find an alleged half-pound of meth and ecstasy
A local traffic stop leads to the discovery of a half-pound of methamphetamines. The Noble County Sheriff’s Office said they conducted a traffic stop on a 2020 Chevy Tahoe after observing moving violations. When the Deputy was gathering information, they said they noticed criminal indicators from both occupants in the vehicle. K9 Cora was then […]
South Central Power completes first phase of fiber internet project – connectSCP
South Central Power Company, a leading electric cooperative, announced the completion of the first phase of its innovative high-speed fiber internet service network, connectSCP. With a commitment to serving its member-owners, connectSCP aims to bridge the digital gap across rural Ohio. Rick Lemonds, President & CEO of South Central Power,...
Under construction: Initial work underway to build a new dam in McConnelsville
MORGAN COUNTY − The Ruhlin Company began work at the McConnelsville Dam site. The existing dam along the Muskingum River has reached the end of its lifespan and will be replaced. The dam was constructed in 1841 and reconstructed in 1959. It's been worked on many times throughout the years. It is approximately 14 feet in height and 472 feet wide and regulated by the ODNR Dam Safety Program. It is a cellular sheet pile structure, filled...
Things to do: Grab your eye patch and join the pirates for First Friday Art Walk
Stroll along downtown Zanesville and take in local artwork during the First Friday Art Walk on Friday, March 1. The Art Walk is scheduled to run from 5 to 9 p.m. Some of the participating galleries include Girl UPcycled Studio, Joel Yeager Art Studio and the Bunko Jess Gallery, but all of the ArtCoz galleries will be open to the public. The theme for this month is March of the Pirates. The Buckeye Lake Pirates will be attending and Weasel Boy Brewing will be making grog. Grab a DORA cup and explore with an adult beverage while walking around downtown....
EZG Manufacturing expands operations in Ohio
Contract manufacturer EZG Manufacturing has announced a $475,000 expansion of its facility in Malta, Ohio. The project will include the renovation of two buildings to provide more warehouse and manufacturing space. The company, which produces masonry, fence, hardscape, precast, and refractory equipment, expects the expansion to create 36 jobs.
Lent is the perfect time to make more room for others as well as Jesus
I love the season of Lent. It is a time of preparation for celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter. During Lent, we try to slow down, crawl out of our comfort zones, open up, and make more space for Jesus in our lives. There are many spiritual practices that can help with...
Things to do: Auditions open for 'The Wizard of Oz' at Performing Arts Center
If you've dreamed of being on the stage at the Cambridge Performing Arts Center, here's your chance. Auditions open this week for a non-musical version of the beloved classic "The Wizard of Oz." There will be no need to perform an audition piece, as materials will be provided. Auditions are open to both adults and youth. Lead roles will be for those age 12 and older and include Dorothy, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow, Wicked Witch and Auntie M. Roles will be available for those aged 6 to11 as gatekeepers, munchkins, trees, monkeys and more. Auditions will be held at...
Sheriff’s Office looking for missing Ohio Valley teen
A Sheriff’s Office in Ohio is needing help looking for a missing teen. The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office says they are looking for 17-year-old Sara Eltzroth. Sara was last seen on February 14 at 5:30 pm near Adamsville Rd. Sara was wearing a black jacket, black pants, black/blue shoes and carrying a white backpack. Anyone […]
Westwood Tattoo Collective Now Open at Colony Square Mall
ZANESVILLE, OH – Inked enthusiasts have a new destination for their artistic expression as Westwood Tattoo Collective officially opened their doors at the Colony Square Mall. This vibrant addition brings a splash of artistry to the local area, offering a diverse array of top-notch tattoos. Whether it’s your first...
Buckeye Trail girls' season ends with first round sectional loss
MORRISTOWN — Buckeye Trail was well aware it faced a difficult assignment to open Division III girls sectional tournament action with a road game on Wednesday at No. 3 seed Union Local. The No. 12 seed Lady Warriors expected the high talent level the Lady Jets brought to the...
Cambridge City Board of Education to discuss oil and gas lease
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge City School Board of Education will conduct a special school board meeting at 8:15 a.m. Monday for oil and gas lease and personnel leave. The location for this meeting will be at the Garfield administrative center, 518 S. Eighth St. CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Amateur Radio Association will meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday in the Guernsey County Administration Building located at 627 Wheeling Ave. The election of officers for 2024 will take place. Anyone interested in amateur "ham"...
Duncan Falls Fire Department Receives MARCS Radio Grant
DUNCAN FALLS, OH – The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of State Fire Marshal has announced the recipients of this year’s Multi-Agency Radio Communications System grant. This year’s MARCS radio grant came to a total of $4 million. Over 300 fire departments in Ohio have been awarded funds...
Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority Highlights Economic Success
ZANESVILLE, OH – In the latest gathering of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority, community leaders discussed the thriving business community in Muskingum County. With a positive outlook for 2024, the Port Authority’s monthly meeting highlighted positive trends, including a growing workforce and increasing wages over the past four quarters. Unemployment rates have improved, indicating strong economic health in the county.
Social media challenge issued to Guernsey County 4-Hers next week
CAMBRIDGE − 4-H members and volunteers will be recognized during Guernsey County 4-H Week, Feb. 25 to March 2. Activities will include a daily social media challenge for members. These include:. Social Media Sunday – Get everyone talking about Guernsey County 4-H Week by sharing how 4-H is “Helping...
Memorial Garden Planned to Honor Fallen Firefighters
South Zanesville- Each day firefighters put their lives on the line to help those in the community at some of their weakest moments. In South Zanesville, two firefighters made the ultimate sacrifice. Lawrence Savage passed away in 1982. He was operating a fire engine when he experienced a medical emergency and passed away at a local hospital. Terry Richard “Dick” Guss Senior died in 2013. He slipped on ice on the running board of a fire truck and landed on the concrete floor. He succumbed to his injuries a few days later. Both proudly served their communities.
From the archives: John Glenn recounts his historic 1962 Earth orbit to WTAE
WASHINGTON — This week marks the 62nd anniversary of John Glenn becoming the first American to go into orbit. John Glenn grew up only two hours outside of Pittsburgh in Cambridge, Ohio. He orbited Earth three times and was in space for more than 5 hours before landing safely in the Atlantic Ocean.