ODOT working on I-70
ZANESVILLE — The Ohio Department of Transportation has announced traffic impacts related to reconstruction of Interstate 70 through Zanesville.
The westbound side will be restricted to one lane at 9 a.m. Wednesday to place phase one traffic switch pavement markings. The Sixth Street on-ramp will be closed at the same time and remain closed through Phase 1, 2 and 3 portions of construction, estimated to last 5.5 miles. The suggested detour is Zane Street to Adair Avenue to Blue Avenue and to I-70 westbound.
City patching potholes
ZANESVILLE — The City of Zanesville has announced pothole patching of Maple and Brookover avenues on Wednesday. It’s projected to end by noon. Traffic in the northbound lanes will be rerouted to the turning lane. Motorists should use alternate routes if possible.
Stop light change in New Concord
NEW CONCORD — The Village of New Concord has announced that the stoplight at the intersection of Stormont and Main streets is changing to an intermittent flashing light during the school year. It will be a stoplight from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily and flashing yellow from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. the next day. It will be flashing all the time during the summer when school is not in session.
Salvation Army Auxiliary meeting
ZANESVILLE — The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will meet for lunch at noon Monday in the gymnasium of the Zanesville Salvation Army, 515 Putnam Ave.
Guest speaker will be Stacey Russell, executive director of the Muskingum County Library System. There will be a sign-up sheet for the Angel Tree and other Christmas projects. Call 740-319-6439 for more information.
Lytton graduates Army War College
CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA — Lt. Col. Robert Lytton, graduate of Philo High School and a member of the Ohio National Guard, recently graduated from the U.S. Army War College with a master’s degree in strategic leadership.
Lytton is awaiting his next assignment. He is Active Guard Reserve and is completing his battalion command this year.
Digest This planned by Genesis
ZANESVILLE — Genesis HealthCare System will present “Digest This” as a Spirit of Women event at 6 p.m. Nov. 11 on Facebook.
Dr. M. Tufail Ijaz of Genesis Endocrinology will present tips for healthy eating and increased nutrition and highlight the importance of portion control and limiting unhealthy foods. The program will also discuss how poor eating habits can lead to diabetes, heart disease and stroke. The Genesis diabetes and nutrition education team will show viewers how to prepare an assortment of easy-to-make healthy recipes.
View at Facebook.com/GenesisHCS, go to genesishcs.org/Spirit or call 740-454-4002 for more information.