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Child Rapist convicted by Jury In Muskingum County

MUSKINGUM COUNTY, Ohio — At the conclusion of a three-day trial handled by Assistant Prosecutor Gerald Anderson, jurors convicted a Zanesville man on all counts related to the sexual assaults of two girls over the course of five years. Jurors found 62-year-old Walter Lewis guilty on three counts of rape and six counts of gross sexual imposition.
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Fairfield County – Water Rescue Calls in Dive Team for Recovery

Fairfield county – A water rescue may have turned into recovery after dive teams were called into Buckeye lake this afternoon. According to Early reports from Fairfield county, they were called to the scene of an overturned vessel with two people inside around 3:47 pm on Friday, July 1, 2022. Since then multiple first responder units started searching for those two people around the area of 4195 North Bank road in Millersport, just south of the Boat yard at Buckeye lake.
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Somerset Hosts Community Independence Day Celebration

SOMERSET, Ohio – Many communities are lining the streets this holiday weekend to celebrate July Fourth with a variety of different independence day parades. Communities are showcasing their USA pride through traditions of fireworks, festivals, and parades. In Somerset this morning, the streets were lined with excited community members...

Pickerington man dies in motorcycle crash

WALNUT TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WCMH) —A Pickerington man is dead after a motorcycle crash Friday on State Route 37 in Walnut Township, according to the Lancaster Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. William Everett, 59, was traveling north on SR 37 on a 2008 Harley Davidson Super Glide when he failed to negotiate a curve […]

Public Records: Restaurant Inspections

The following are restaurant inspections with critical violations, as conducted by the Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department, between May 2 and June 27 May 5 Hometown Eatz-n-Sweetz, 34 Potters Ave., Roseville, Food not properly protected from contamination by separation, packaging, and segregation. ...

Free Yoga Class

Enjoy one hour of flow yoga every Saturday morning in Pickerington. The yoga class is free, but you may donate cash and food for the Pickerington food pantry, as well as used eyeglasses and used medicine bottles, red and blue, for the Pickerington Lions Club. Please bring your own mat and water bottle. Yoga is taught on a level that everyone can do. When the class is outside in the park, there is a shelter house where participants can do yoga even when it’s raining!

A mid-19th-century ex-B&B adds contemporary function to its classic look

Adding modern amenities while maintaining historic character can often be a challenge, especially when a home dates back to 1861 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When Joe and Johnni Beckel began updates to their Granville home, they gave Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers the added...

Local artist commemorates Hocking Hills in Walmart mural

LOGAN – The Hocking Hills area has long been renowned for its breathtaking landscape. Intricate, historical caves, interesting fauna, and lush flora offer a whole world of exploration. The beauty and uniqueness of the area are appreciated and modeled by tourists and residents in many ways – one of the most prominent being art. Local artist Kristen Ann Williams has shown her love and admiration through a mural decorating the inner wall of Logan’s Walmart at state Route 664 S. The mural is 24 feet...
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This Summer, Take a Walk on the Wild Side

As July’s celebrations of freedom and fireworks signal the height of summer is here, there are other casual, easygoing options with just as many breathtaking sights to behold, but more nature than the average barbecue. Take a stroll, hike or bike at these sites for a fresh breath of air — and ample opportunities to socialize under the sun.
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Cornhole hits mark with Ohio roots, nearby participation

Those who have been to a college party, or recently, even at some outdoor bars have probably seen people playing the game of cornhole. While this trendy activity is often associated with outdoor barbecues and tailgating parties today, the origin of the game goes as far back as the 14th century in Germany.

Granville Kiwanis Decorated Home Contest makes return in 2022

While many communities decorate their homes for the December holiday season, Granville brings out its best home décor in July.  Granville Kiwanis’ Decorated Home Contest will return this Fourth of July season.  The contest, which is going into its third year, was started in 2020 as a way to continue Granville’s Fourth of July...

Cleveland Road Trips: 3 Midwest Eateries that are Havens for Foodies

Newark Ohio's Market Street Soda Works, Detroit's Joe Ann’s BBQ and more are all worth the trip. Summer is all about a cold drink after a long day in the sun, a backyard barbeque and making s’mores over a campfire. When it comes to delicious eats and refreshing drinks, there are favorites to be found all over the region.

The Most Historic Ohio Restaurants

While there are tons of restaurants that have been open since the 20th century and are most definitely considered "old" there are very few restaurants that have been open since the 19th century, these are the restaurants that are considered "historic."