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End in sight for most summer construction projects

September 20, 2014 Work on the summer’s two biggest city road projects is winding down. more »»

The Ruble file

September 20, 2014 A Lowell man arrested Tuesday for the 1981 murder Lt. more »»

School report cards are in

September 20, 2014 Report cards are in, but unlike the simplistic slips of paper students bring home to their parents, the Ohio Department of Education’s annual report cards received by school administrators and thei... more »»

10 years later: Memories of Ivan

September 20, 2014 It was 10 years ago that Hurricane Ivan blew through the Ohio Valley with torrential rains that filled creeks and rivers to overflowing as far north as Pittsburgh where, on Sept. more »»

25th annual POW/MIA Day

September 20, 2014 NEW MATAMORAS-When WWII veteran Herman Zerger stepped up to the microphone at the 25th annual POW-MIA Recognition Day at Matamoras Elementary School, his voice was quiet, but his words were powerfu. more »»

Big honor for Marietta student

September 20, 2014 Only a tiny fraction of students are chosen from across the country to participate in the annual All-National Honor Ensembles Concert, and for the first time, a Marietta High School student is one o... more »»

Johnson now available to debate his opponent on Sept. 30

September 20, 2014 Making the announcement just a few weeks out, 6th District Rep. more »»

Vincent man surrenders to W.Va. police

September 20, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — A Vincent, Ohio, man surrendered to the Williamstown Police Department on Friday on seven counts of sexual crimes allegedly involving a child, officials said. more »»

Around town published Sept. 20

September 20, 2014 Frontier board meets Monday at 7 p.m. The Frontier Local School District September regular board meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday at Frontier High and Middle School. more »»

Man wanted in connection with baby’s death is no-show in Circuit Court Fri.

September 20, 2014 By Jeffrey Saulton Special to The Times PARKERSBURG -- Arraignments of those indicted by the grand jury on Sept. 11 took place in Wood County Circuit Court Thursday and Friday. more »»

Digging deeper

September 19, 2014 The search for evidence linking former deputy Mitchell Ruble, 63, to the 1981 murder of Washington County Sheriff’s Lt. more »»

GOP dinner attraction

September 19, 2014 About 350 local people and some out-of-towners made the trek to the Marietta Shrine Club Thursday night to hear ultra-conservative author and activist David Barton speak for the Washington County... more »»

Killer appeals his guilty plea

September 19, 2014 Members of the Ohio Fourth District Court of Appeals, meeting Thursday in Marietta, were asked to allow a Whipple man, convicted of murder nearly two years ago, to change the plea that resulted in a... more »»

City will renew effort to sell Phillips St. lot

September 19, 2014 After receiving a single bid at one-fifth the minimum asking price for a piece of property on Phillips Street, Marietta City Council decided at its regular meeting Thursday to try again for a bette... more »»

Fort Frye celebrates roof, gifts

September 19, 2014 LOWELL — The Fort Frye Local School District had a few reasons to celebrate at the board of education’s monthly meeting Thursday evening, from the completion of a new elementary school roof to a few... more »»

County interested in faster way to keep in touch

September 19, 2014 A projects update from the county’s IT director during the Washington County commissioners meeting Thursday shows the county is ready to move away from an antiquated intranet system and toward a... more »»

Drainage issue in yard

September 19, 2014 After a good, hard rain, water gushes through the yard of Marietta resident Bob Oliver. more »»

Mountwood ATV trail opening soon

September 19, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Mountwood ATV Adventure Trail is set to open by the end of this month. more »»

Guns, ammo find

September 18, 2014 Mitchell Ruble seemed to be in good spirits as he talked with his defense attorney, Eric Fowler, prior to Wednesday’s bond hearing in which Washington County Common Pleas Judge Ed Lane set the... more »»

Cold Case Unit leads probe

September 18, 2014 By Jasmine Rogers The Marietta Times It was cold the Feb. 7, 1981 night when someone trudged through the snowy yard of off-duty Lt. more »»



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