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Summer jobs

May 21, 2015 At age 19, Ashley Pollard has learned the value of a dollar, working two part-time jobs in Marietta that often take her straight from a day shift into a night shif. more »»

The voice of experience

May 21, 2015 With a career that started in 1943, hard work, dedication and a love of people has given Williamstown resident Sally Hille a radio career spanning 20 year. more »»

Search of doctor’s cell phone allowed in court ruling

May 21, 2015 Marietta Municipal Court Acting Judge Dennis Sipe ruled Wednesday that the search of a cell phone of a Marietta doctor can continue as part of a criminal investigation. The phone belongs to D. more »»

Funding issues delay city paving

May 21, 2015 Dependence on grant funding for road repair has set Marietta officials behind in deciding which roads to pave this summer. more »»

Boat builder teaches basics

May 21, 2015 With the help of metal wire, gorilla tape and fiberglass sheets, two students of Marietta resident Dan Jones, 71, are crafting by hand their own Pygmy paddle boats this wee. more »»

Boaters urged to pay attention to safety rules

May 21, 2015 As preparations for Memorial Day weekend get underway, boaters in the Mid-Ohio Valley and across the state will put their boats in the water, many for the first time this year. more »»

Robbery suspects arrested in Belpre

May 21, 2015 By Evan Bevins and Michael Erb Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — A pair of suspects in an armed robbery Wednesday at the Bankshot Pub in downtown Parkersburg were arrested a short time later in... more »»

Weekend travelers

May 20, 2015 Heading out of town for the Memorial Day weekend might not bode well for outdoor plans this year, but pocketbooks will fare better, despite a recent gas price increase. more »»

Deputy argues for access to doctor’s phone

May 20, 2015 A Marietta doctor recently arrested for harboring a fugitive is frequently mentioned during drug investigations, said a Washington County Sheriff's Office detective on Tuesday. Sgt. more »»

UPDATE: Search of doctor's phone will be allowed

May 20, 2015 Marietta Municipal Court Acting Judge Dennis Sipe ruled Wednesday that the search of a cell phone of a Marietta doctor can continue as part of a criminal investigation. The phone belongs to D. more »»

Meth maker goes to jail

May 20, 2015 A Belpre man accused of manufacturing methamphetamine and endangering his infant child was sentenced to four years in jail in Washington County Common Pleas Court Tuesday. more »»

Summer food service sites feed kids

May 20, 2015 As schools prepare to release students for the summer, organizations around the country, including in Washington County, are gearing up to offer free lunches and breakfasts to feed children over the... more »»

Preschoolers visit dairy farm

May 20, 2015 The mooing of cows and laughter of children created a cacophony of sound at Schramm’s Dairy Farm Tuesday morning, as 3- and 4-year-olds in the Montessori Preschool at St. more »»

Goodbye WCCC; Hello world

May 20, 2015 Future welders, carpenters, cosmetologists and health care professionals formed the processional of the Class of 2015 at the Washington County Career Center’s 43rd annual Senior Awards Assembly... more »»

Teens accused of Rinky Dink’s break-in

May 20, 2015 From staff reports Five teenagers were arrested on Monday for breaking and entering at Rink’s Flea Market. more »»

Seniors learn about services at area expo

May 20, 2015 VIENNA, W.Va. — Hundreds of local seniors had the opportunity to learn about services and programs aimed at assisting them during the 23rd annual Mid-Ohio Valley Senior Expo on Tuesda. more »»

Marietta woman sentenced for pot sales

May 20, 2015 By Austin Rempel The Marietta Times arempel@mariettatimes. more »»

Williamstown looks into alley question

May 20, 2015 By Jeffrey Saulton Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN -- Questions about the status of an alley were discussed during the Williamstown City Council meeting Tuesday. more »»

Man sentenced for burglary, parole violations

May 20, 2015 From staff reports A Parkersburg man was sentenced to prison for multiple parole violations and a burglary charge in Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday. Thomas W. more »»

Barge strikes Parkersburg bridges

May 20, 2015 By Gretchen Richards Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Barges on the Ohio River struck the Sixth Street Railroad Bridge and the Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge Tuesday evening. more »»

 
 
 

 

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