A Tale of Jack, Pete, Justin and Panther NationalSteve PikeNewsBreak Contributor
West Muskingum playoff run comes to an end at the hands of Harvest PrepDresden BuzzNewsBreak Contributor
Adamsville brothers compete at World Horseshoe TournamentDresden BuzzNewsBreak Contributor
Muskingum Valley All-Star player signs with the University of South AlabamaDresden BuzzNewsBreak Contributor
Annual Frazeysburg Lions Club Mitten Tree Project underwayDresden BuzzNewsBreak Contributor
⚠️Disturbing Incident Near East Main Street at 5:40 PM
An individual, distinguished by a black hood and black hoodie, raised concerns this afternoon at 5:40 PM near East Main Street, Newark, Ohio, as reported by a resident. This person was additionally described as wearing a white clown mask, completing an alarming image. The report came with a distressing detail, that this person was actively pursuing a group of children. The children, known for their red hair, approached the resident, explaining that the individual was armed with a gun. The resident reported this incident promptly at 6:41 PM on 11/29/2023 from River View, Newark, Ohio.
Eerie Echoes of Brownsville: Unveiling the Ghostly Lore of a Texas Town
Brownsville, Texas is a small town that packs a big punch when it comes to ghostly tales and supernatural folklore. The town's rich history is interwoven with eerie stories that have become as much a part of its identity as the historical landmarks themselves. Notable among them is a wandering spirit that haunts the vicinity of an old church and graveyard, adding to Brownsville's enigmatic charm. Historical sites like the Clay Haus and the Old Licking County Jail bear the marks of their past, with ghostly encounters that thrill visitors and locals alike.
Perry County real estate transfers
Sept. 29-Oct. 2. Listed prices do not necessarily reflect actual property values. • Gregory A. Campbell, lots 332-334 and 353-355, Van Hyde Addition, New Straitsville, to Briar Sudlow, $174,900. • Mary Elizabeth Wagner, 0.921 acres, section 9, Somerset, to Ty Naathanial Taylor, $165,200. • Marcie Dawn Hubble and Richard Lee Hubble, 0.193 acres, section 9,...
Public Records: Muskingum County Real Estate Transfers
1610 Constance Robb to Dominique King, 542 Smithfield Ave., Zanesville, $135,000. 1611 Ricky and Adina Roberts to Troy and Kristen Boyd, 850 Dresden Adamsville Road, Dresden, $100,000. 1612 Abe, Ruth, Martin and Niva Yoder to Titus and Cherie Byer, 3175 MorningStar Road, Blue Rock, $61,000. 1613 Elise Leonard and Sebastian...
No injuries reported in Lancaster Campground house fire on Wednesday
LANCASTER − There were no injuries in a house fire Wednesday afternoon at the Lancaster Campground. The fire at 2151 W. Fair Ave. occurred around 3:15 p.m. Assistant fire chief Slade Schultz said there was a large amount of smoke coming from the roof when firefighters arrived. A woman living next door reported the fire. One man lived in the house but was not home.
These lancaster, OH based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around lancaster..
Pizzeria known for popular pizza buffet is now offering a nacho bar buffet, too
If you’ve ever found yourself having to choose between pizza and nachos, don’t fret – there’s now a spot that allows you to have both, and as much as you could possibly eat. The state famous pizzeria, Massey’s Pizza, has not only reopened many of their...
Public Records: Restaurant inspections from Muskingum County
The following are restaurant inspections with critical violations, as conducted by the Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department, between Nov. 7 and Nov. 21. Nov 7 Kaleidoscope Café, 1340 Main St., Dresden. Raw bacon stored above ready to eat foods. ...
Photos: Ohio House With Secret Nighbclub and Stripclub Stage Gets Massive Price Cut
Down in Zanesville, this 8,800-square-foot, 5-bed, 5-bath home originally hit the market for $600,000 earlier this year. The main part of the house is pretty unremarkable, but when you get to the extra living space, you'll find a giant entertainment area with a makeshift theater room, a bar and lounge, pool tables, a DJ stand and equipment, a stripper pole and stage and much, much more. It's an after-hours spot, the owners have said. The "Royal Family' space has played host to dance parties that either have people jealous or judgy. It's gotten a hefty price cut and is not listed for just $325,900, so if you've been waiting out the market, now might be your time to shine.
Hooded suspect steals cash from Smyth Auto Parts in Newark
NEWARK, Ohio (WCMH) – A reward has been put forward Thursday for help finding a suspect in a break-in at a business in Newark. The Newark Division of Police reported that on Sunday, Sept. 24, a man broke into Smyth Auto Parts in the 100 block of South 21st Street and stole an undisclosed amount […]
Crooksville resident takes village to court over tap fees
NEW LEXINGTON — A Crooksville man has gone to court against the village, in an attempt to fight what he alleges to be unfair and vindictive billing for water and sewer fees, going back many years. Ronald R. Wheeler filed his handwritten complaint on June 1 in Perry County Common Pleas Court. In it, he asked the court to rule on Crooksville’s village ordinances relating to water and sewer bills, and claimed that the village has been charging “excessive amounts” for taps that do not...
Man sentenced to prison for multi-county thefts
TROY — A Columbus man who committed countless thefts of tools and construction equipment across a 10-county-area has been sentenced to over a decade in prison. Derek V. Grimm, 35, was sentenced to 12 years in prison by Judge Stacy M. Wall in the Miami County Court of Common Pleas on Tuesday, Nov. 28, after being convicted on 33 felony and misdemeanor charges, according to court documents. The charges he entered a guilty plea to and were accepted by Wall prior to sentencing includes:
Meet Molly: This Weeks Pet of The Week
ZANESVILLE, OH – This week, the Animal Shelter Society is proud to feature Molly as their Pet of The Week. Molly is a female jack Russell terrier. At four years old, Molly has a gentle nature, a playful personality, and is looking to find her forever home. “She likes...
Wendy’s Ribbon Cutting and Heartwarming Donation
ZANESVILLE, OH – Wendy’s on Maple Avenue celebrated its grand reopening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony following the extensive demolition and remodeling. Wendy’s leaders and community members came together to witness the cutting of the ribbon, which symbolized a fresh start to the popular restaurant. The renovation process transformed Wendy’s from the inside out, enhancing both aesthetics and customer experience.
Crooksville, Ohio: Preserving the Legacy of America's Clay Industry
The small town of Crooksville, Ohio, is etched in history as an influential hub for the American clay industry. Known as 'The Clay City', it earned its fame in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when local clay veins were tapped, leading to a flourishing pottery industry. The town's legacy, marked by the Clay City Pipe Factory, highlights an era when Crooksville became the largest producer of clay pipes in the United States, contributing significantly to the region's economic and cultural fabric.
Stolen Dirt Bikes, ATVs, Guns Seized During Major Police Bust In East Baltimore (Video)
Last week, a multi-agency operation led by the Baltimore Police Department led to the seizure of more than a dozen noisy dirt bikes, ATVs, weapons and ammo, resulting in the arrest of a 44-year-old city man, authorities announced on Wednesday. Kevin Lenard Bridgeforth was arrested by police at around 11:30...
Hereinafter Cocktail Tavern opens wine shop at Buckeye Lake restaurant
Hereinafter Cocktail Tavern has opened its in-house wine shop, Heretofore Wine Shop. Located within Hereinafter, located at 3430 N. Bank Road NE near Buckeye Lake, Heretofore features a carefully curated selection of unique wine that customers can purchase to enjoy at home. The wine shop complements Hereinafter’s eclectic list of wines, available by the glass and bottle, which guests have come to come to know and love.
New Direction Drug Court helps individuals find stability and purpose in life
PERRY COUNTY − When a new participant enters New Direction Drug Court in Perry County, the first priority is to change that person’s mindset and get them into recovery, but the changes each individual makes goes far beyond their own being. From the start of the specialized docket...
Reminder: Winter Crisis Program began Nov. 1
GLOUSTER — The Winter Crisis Program at Hocking Athens Perry Community Action (HAPCAP) began on Nov. 1, 2023. Residents of Hocking, Athens, and Perry Counties may schedule their appointments by calling 740-868-1908. This program is designed to help households who are facing an emergency situation to maintain and/or restore electric or gas service. This program also provides bulk fuel (propane, wood, coal, fuel oil, kerosene) for eligible households. An emergency situation is defined as having a disconnect notice on your electric or natural gas, or...
A Culinary Tour: Lancaster's 4 Outstanding Burger Experiences
In this article, we explore four outstanding burgers that Lancaster has to offer. Have you had the chance to taste any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!