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They’ll be home for Christmas?

December 18, 2014 A natural gas leak in Monroe County that has forced 30 families away from their homes for the last several days likely won't be fully repaired until the middle of next week. more »»

Chamber dinner speaker a reality TV star

December 18, 2014 Businessman, author and reality TV star Bill Rancic will be the speaker at the March 9 annual dinner meeting of the Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce, the chamber announced Wednesday. more »»

Castle supervisor retiring

December 18, 2014 Marietta resident Susan Wielitzka said she has put so much work into The Castle that she feels like it is her own home. “When you’re here full-time, it feels like you live here,” she sai. more »»

Couple wanted in purse theft go to police

December 18, 2014 Dozens of phone calls from area residents helped Marietta City Police locate a couple who admitted they stole a woman’s purse at the Marietta Walmart last week. more »»

Mixing recyclables?

December 17, 2014 A little red plastic bucket comes standard with residential trash collection service in Marietta, and many residents dutifully sort their plastics, aluminum, cardboard and glass products into these... more »»

Shops extend hours

December 17, 2014 During the holiday season, a mad dash to get unique, often hand-crafted gifts ensues and many downtown shops are extending their hours to ensure that holiday shoppers have access to Marietta's... more »»

Mother goes to prison on drug charges

December 17, 2014 A Marietta woman who allowed heroin and cocaine to be sold from her Linwood Avenue home was sentenced to 11 months in prison Tuesday on charges of permitting drug abuse and forgery. more »»

Pets ease stress for MHS students

December 17, 2014 Marietta High School’s library literally “went to the dogs” during an experiment in stress management Tuesday. By 10 a.m. more »»

Christmas programs attract audiences

December 17, 2014 Whether you are looking for a classic Christmas story or an updated take on the reason for the season, there are several upcoming local Christmas programs to entertain and delight. more »»

City police seek tips on store theft

December 17, 2014 Marietta City Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a couple suspected of stealing more than $300 and keys from a purse at the Marietta Walmart Thursday night. more »»

Lots of mail

December 16, 2014 Mountains of brown and white boxes grew taller and taller Monday morning as local mail carriers loaded their trucks outside the United States Post Office on Front Street Monday morning. more »»

Frontier stares at austerity

December 16, 2014 NEW MATAMORAS—It appears that changes are on the horizon for the Frontier Local School District, but the board of education announced that it was still weighing its options at the conclusion of its... more »»

Area mirrors state’s deer harvest trend

December 16, 2014 Ohio’s deer harvest was down by nearly 10,000 during this month’s week-long deer-gun season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. more »»

WSCC studies College Credit Plus details

December 16, 2014 Washington State Community College will have some work to do after administratorw and the Board of Trustees discussed new rules for Ohio’s dual enrollment program at its meeting Monday evening. more »»

Warren opposes DTE’s tax relief request

December 16, 2014 VINCENT — A resolution unanimously passed by the Warren Local District Board of Education Monday clarifies the board’s position on a local company’s tax abatement request recently submitted to the... more »»

Nutrition program proposed for Belpre students

December 16, 2014 BELPRE — The Ohio State University Extension Service wants to do a nutrition education program in Belpre City Schools. more »»

Monroe County sheriff mum on probe of Nov. 23 shooting deaths

December 16, 2014 Details surrounding a Nov. more »»

CPS report: No abuse of special needs student

December 16, 2014 PARKERSBURG — An independent Child Protective Services report found there was no evidence of child abuse in a Parkersburg South High School special education classroom, officials said. more »»

Betsey tour offers peek into homes at the holidays

December 15, 2014 Those in the holiday spirit had the chance to tour the insides of decorated Marietta houses Sunday afternoon at the Betsey Mills Club Holiday Tour of Homes. more »»

Drivers welcome lower gas prices

December 15, 2014 With gas prices continuing a downward trend, the U.S. Department of Energy is predicting next year’s average gas prices will be around $2.60 across the countr. more »»

 
 
 

 

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