Muskingum County Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report: 56 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories
Muskingum County Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report: 56 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories. During the last week, Muskingum County witnessed a total of 56 crime cases. The most common type of crime was 'Suspicious Situation', accounting for 18 cases, followed by 'Assault' with 12 cases, and 'Arrest' with 10 cases. Less prevalent but still significant were 'Theft' with 5 cases, 'Other' which includes harassment/threats and missing/runaway incidents with 3 cases, 'Vandalism' also with 3 cases, 'Trespass' and 'Disturbance' both with 2 cases each, and 'Burglary' with a single case. This data suggests a concerning level of criminal activity within the place, with a particularly high incidence of suspicious situations and assaults. The local authorities are urged to take immediate action to address this situation and ensure the safety and security of the residents.
Dive into Flavors: Exploring Zanesville's Four Must-Try Seafood Spots
This article explores four exquisite seafood restaurants in Zanesville. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Crosby Pleads Guilty
A convicted repeat domestic abuser admitted stalking and engaging in retaliation against his victim from behind bars. The Muskingum County Prosecutor’s Office said 31-year-old Kody L. Crosby is currently serving prison time in the Belmont Correctional Institution for abduction, domestic violence and witness intimidation. He appeared in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court to plead guilty to the charges against him.
School Closings 2/29
Due to a power outage at 1030 East Main Street building (Bishop Fenwick School), there will not be classes held. School IS open for Preschool and High School. Buses will run as normal. Southern Local Schools-Closed Thursday.
Zanesville man pleads guilty to federal charges, found with 151g meth at traffic stop
ELKINS, W.Va. — A Zanesville man has pleaded guilty to two federal drug charges. 51-year-old Arkmeem Vaughn admitted to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and possession with intent to distribute meth. According to court documents, Elkins Police Officers conducted a traffic stop on Vaughn and his co-defendant, Cheryl Smith, in...
BBB Warns of Spring Break Scams
ZANESVILLE, OH – The Better Business Bureau is warning Spring Breakers to beware. As the warm weather rolls in and students prepare for spring break getaways; the BBB wants you to know about some of the most common Spring Break scams. Judy Dollison, President of the BBB of Central...
The coldest February in Muskingum County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
News of public record: Muskingum County real estate transfers
225 Joshua Bates to Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC, 5493 Adamsville Otsego Road, Adamsville, $21,900. 226 Denga LLC to Ycity Property Improvement Group LLC, 98 Petoskey Ave., Zanesville, $102,000. 227 Wanda Reed to Brady Bell, 5291 North River Road West, Zanesville, $152,000. 228 314 Real Estate LLC to LJMS Richards Road...
ZHS Has a New Head Football Coach
Zanesville High School made an announcement Thursday morning naming a new head football coach. T.J. Carper comes to the Blue Devils program after serving three seasons as head coach for Vinton County High School in MacArthur. He took over a Vikings program that had won just 38 of its. previous...
Taste Trio: Discover the Top 3 Sandwiches in Zanesville
In this piece, we're exploring three of the most delectable sandwiches Zanesville has to offer. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If your answer is yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Bell Named ZAAP Artist of the Month
ZANESVILLE, OH – Spencer Bell has been named the ZAAP Gallery’s Artist of the Month. Bell is a photographer as well as the Vice Director of the Zanesville Appalachian Art Project. His photos contain landscape scenes from different parts of Ohio, including Muskingum County. Bell said his family...
Parent company of Zanesville Pizza Hut settles discrimination and harassment lawsuit
CLEVELAND – The parent company of the Zanesville Pizza Hut, ADT Pizza, will pay $13,083 in damages and $1,916 in back pay to resolve disability discrimination and harassment lawsuit. The suit was filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), according to a press release from the agency.
Local Black Churches Unite to Support Christ’s Table
ZANESVILLE, OH – The St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church has partnered with several community allies to extend a helping hand to Christ’s Table during Black History Month. St. Paul AME joined forces with the Nelson T. Grant Foundation along with various local black churches to contribute a...
Yappy Hour Returns to Benefit the Animal Shelter Society
ZANESVILLE, OH – It’s time to mark your calendars and get those tails wagging because the Animal Shelter Society’s Yappy Hour event is right around the corner!. Yappy Hour is set to take place on Thursday, March 7th from 6 to 8 PM at the Zanesville Country Club. Indulge in delicious food, sip on refreshing drinks, and bid on unique auction items all while showing your support for the animal shelter. Tickets are priced at $50 per person and can be purchased online.
Zanesville begins work on Dug Road repairs, plus restoration of Putnam Hill Park
A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Tuesday for the Dug Road and Putnam Hill Park renovation projects. Shelly & Sands is the contractor with ADR & Associates as the engineering firm. It's hoped Dug Road will be open to traffic by Thanksgiving with work on Putnam Hill Park done by May...
Edgell Named ArtCoz Artist of the Month
ZANESVILLE, OH – Brian Edgell has been named the ArtCoz Artist of the Month for March. Edgell is the owner of Lock 10 Photography and he began taking photos, just as a hobby, in 2008. In 2013 his father passed away and Edgell realized he didn’t have a lot of photos of things he truly cared about.
Crooksville School Board to hold special meeting
Notice is hereby given, that there will be a meeting of the Board of Education of the Crooksville Exempted Village School District, Perry County, Ohio, on Thursday, the 29th day of February, 2024 at 4:45 pm at the Crooksville Schools Administrative Center, 4065 Ceramic Way, Crooksville, Ohio for a special board meeting to address purchase of real estate and other matters that may come before the board.
Eastside’s 2024 Chair-ity Auction Was a Success
ZANESVILLE, OH – Eastside Community Ministry recently held their annual Chair-ity Auction, and the results were nothing short of spectacular. From February 22nd to the 24th, the community came together to support Eastside Community Ministry and their generosity shone through, raising an impressive $30,000. The auction featured an array of beautifully decorated chairs, among the standouts was Raising Canes, the recipient of the 2024 People’s Choice award.
Three things to know
Teacher honored as finalist for ag educator of the year. On Feb. 22 Rob Brokaw, an agricultural teacher at New Lexington Middle School in New Lexington, was honored as a finalist for the 2023-2024 Ag Educator of the Year honor through the Golden Owl Award. Learn more on page A6. Why do we get the extra day? Once every four years, an additional day — tomorrow, Feb. 29 — is added to the calendar. Experts explain that it has to do with the fact that the earth’s orbit around the sun takes slightly more than the 365 days that make up a year. Learn more details on page B3. New online tool available to compare nursing homes. On Feb. 21, state officials announced the launch of the Ohio Nursing Home Quality Navigator — a new online tool providing users detailed information about nursing homes across the state in one convenient digital location. Learn more on page A7.
K9 Adoption Center’s Pet of The Week is Winnie
ZANESVILLE, OH – Get ready to fall head over paws in love with the K9 Adoption Center’s Pet of the Week. Winnie, a five-year-old terrier mix, is looking for her forever home. Her friendly disposition extends to both her fellow canine and human friends, and her enthusiastic personality promises to bring joy to a loving home.