Fatal accident in Coshocton County
COSHOCTON, Ohio—The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a two vehicle accident that claimed the life of a Heath man. Authorities said at 10:23 AM Thursday the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to an injury accident on SR 16 near the N. White Woman intersection, in the city of Coshocton.
Public Records: Coshocton County Divorces and Dissolutions
Divorces Dec. 27 Ann M. Ferguson, Walhonding, and Jason A. Ferguson, Coshocton Jan. 19 ...
Heath man killed Thursday in two-vehicle crash on Ohio 16 near Coshocton
COSHOCTON − A Heath man died Thursday of injuries from a two-vehicle crash, according to the Coshocton County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office reported the collision occurred at 10:23 a.m. on Ohio 16 near the intersection with North Whitewoman Street. Authorities determined Bruce Dye, 43, of Heath, was traveling...
Brian Freetage of Coshocton gets six years in prison for possession of meth
COSHOCTON − A Coshocton man was sentenced Tuesday on drug charges in Coshocton County Common Pleas Court by Judge Robert Batchelor. Brian M. Freetage, 39, was indicted in October with one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a second-degree felony, related to methamphetamine from an incident on Sept. 8.
Coshocton Woman Charged in Child Death Investigation
COSHOCTON, Ohio–A Coshocton woman is facing felony charges in connection to an ongoing death investigation involving a child. The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday that 36-year-old Kristen Neff was formally charged with Child Endangerment, a 3rd Degree Felony. Authorities said Neff was taken into custody in connection...
Pickleball tournament scheduled at Kids America
The Clover Classic Pickleball Tournament scheduled for Saturday, March 16, in Coshocton at Kids America has drawn 144 players from across Ohio and in neighboring states of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Approximately 70% of players are from out of town, playing a fast-paced styled tournament. There are a a total of 36 teams entered in the tournament.
News of public record: Restaurant inspections from Muskingum County
Feb. 20 Riesbeck Food Market #18, 168 W. Main St., New Concord. Raw chicken stored above fish. The following are restaurant inspections with critical violations, as conducted by the Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department, between Feb. 19 to 23. ...
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.
CVS, Ohio Regulator Reach $1.5 Million Settlement Over Claims of Critical Understaffing
It's the largest such settlement in Ohio history
City of Coshocton pursuing $11 million upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant
COSHOCTON − The City of Coshocton is pursuing upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant with approval from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The city will submit revised cost estimates to the Ohio EPA for digester improvement projects at the Coshocton Wastewater Treatment Plant. The project is estimated at $11.125 million.
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.
'Pay it forward' not just a slogan for Coshocton County Youth Leadership participants
Coshocton County Youth Leadership is a sub-group of Leadership Coshocton County for high school juniors to learn leadership skills and what makes Coshocton so great to live in. Since 2017, participants have been given $100 for the Pay it Forward project. They can donate the money or items bought with...
Building kids up: Holmes man opens training academy to give youth a confidence boost
Alan Ryan works with kids on footwork, agility and confidence. Positive reinforcement and encouragement provided in one-hour training sessions. MECHANIC TOWNSHIP − Holmes Sports Training Academy (HSTA) is not where heavy metal music blares as athletes pump iron. Instead, it is a facility where kids can learn how to improve their confidence and character by improving their skills while having some fun in the process.
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.
Local man sent to prison and his home seized after pleading guilty to trafficking drugs
CAMBRIDGE − A local man's residence has been seized and he will spend the next decade in prison, according to Sheriff Jeffrey Paden. Kenneth R. Walter of Cambridge was sentenced earlier this week in Guernsey County Common Pleas Court by Judge Daniel Padden. The sentencing stems from a drug investigation last year by members...
OH: Holmes Siding Contractors Announces Expansion in Holmes County with New Facility, 60 New Jobs
Holmes Siding Contractors, Ltd., in collaboration with JobsOhio, the Ohio Department of Development, Ohio Southeast Economic Development (OhioSE), and The Holmes County Economic Development Council (HCEDC), announced a commitment to invest over $10 million and plans to invest over $13.2 million to construct a new facility in Holmes County, creating 60 new jobs. A strategic partnership between JobsOhio and OhioSE will bolster Holmes Siding Contractors’ talent retention and recruitment strategies.
Martins Ferry, March 01 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Coshocton basketball team will have a game with Martins Ferry High School on March 01, 2024, 18:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Coshocton County land bank awards bids for next round of demolition projects
COSHOCTON − The Coshocton County Land Reutilization Corporation, commonly known as the land bank, recently awarded bids for another round of demolitions with funding from the Ohio Department of Development. Bids for work were taken at the last regular meeting. They were then analyzed by the Coshocton Port Authority...