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Getaway car spotted?

October 9, 2015 The presence of what was described as a small blue car parked down a hill in the dark along Cole Coffman Road was the big focus of discussion Thursday during the murder trial of Mitchell Rubl. more »»

Midwife gets surprise ‘thank you’

October 9, 2015 Hidden in the conference room of the Marietta Gynecologic Associates’ office on Second Street Thursday afternoon, about a dozen families waited patiently to throw a surprise party for their beloved... more »»

Love Kitchen serves local residents

October 9, 2015 Local residents are all smiles as they receive free pizza from the Little Caesars Love Kitchen for lunch Thursday at the Gospel Mission Food Pantry in Marietta. more »»

Cowboy, woodturner at Merchants Walk tonight

October 9, 2015 By Paul LaPann Special to the Times Bruce Tuxhorn has worn several hats over the years. He has been a cowboy, lay preacher, chemical plant worker and business owner. more »»

Marietta woman sentenced for stealing drugs on the job

October 9, 2015 From staff reports A Marietta woman who pleaded guilty to theft of a dangerous drug was sentenced to 37 days in the Washington County Jail on Thursday morning. Kylie Piatt, 26, of 615 Eighth St. more »»

Back to 2/7/81

October 8, 2015 Witnesses described a broken window, a footprint and an attempt to secure a crime scene as two emergency first responders and a former Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy took the stand... more »»

Zoning: Time for a change?

October 8, 2015 Zoning laws in municipalities designate more than just what can be built where. more »»

DuPont loses C8 jury trial

October 8, 2015 COLUMBUS - After three weeks of testimony, a federal court jury returned a verdict Wednesday against DuPont in the first of 3,500 cases charging DuPont knowingly contaminated drinking water supplies... more »»

City pursues grant for pedestrian safety

October 8, 2015 Marietta City Schools participated in a National Walk to School Day Wednesday and the City Engineering Department says that participation is critical to the success of further grant funding from the... more »»

Party made for gardening fans

October 8, 2015 Master gardeners and casual hobbyists alike are gearing up for lunch and a flowery education with the 33rd garden party sponsored by the Ohio State University Extension Master Gardener Volunteer. more »»

Civil War re-enactors will gather again in Nov.

October 8, 2015 PARKERSBURG — After a year of skirmishes, cannon fire, caroling at the cabin, parades and fireworks, Carlin's Battery Civil War re-enactors are winding down their eighth year of service. more »»

Marietta’s street sweeping schedule

October 8, 2015 The city of Marietta’s street sweeping schedule is every week throughout the year: ¯ Monday: West side and Harmar Hill. ¯ Tuesday: Upper and lower Norwood and south end. more »»

Capt. retiring

October 7, 2015 Through four different chiefs, waking up at 4:30 each morning and a handful of bar fights sprinkled in between getting to meet a few prominent people, Captain Jeff Waite is retiring from his post at... more »»

Morgan High mourns loss of 2 band members

October 7, 2015 When the Morgan High School Marching Band takes the field for its next halftime show, every member will have a green ribbon attached to their uniform, along with black plumes on top of their hats, t... more »»

Ruble jury seated

October 7, 2015 A jury is officially in place for the murder trial of Mitchell Ruble in Washington County Common Pleas Court, with opening statements expected to begin this mornin. more »»

Airport passenger subsidy in peril

October 7, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport could lose the federal funding that supports its commercial air service when the U.S. more »»

Churchtown farm fire

October 7, 2015 From staff reports A barn fire in Churchtown Tuesday evening is being called a total loss with no reported injuries. more »»

Hoops wizards to play in Marietta

October 7, 2015 A group of Marietta educators will be out of the classroom and onto the basketball court later this month—competing against flipping, flying, dunking members of the Harlem Wizard. more »»

Town stalled on sidewalk projects

October 7, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — For the past five years the city of Williamstown has been trying to get work done to replace some sidewalks after the city was awarded a grant for the work. more »»

31-day jail sentence ordered in drug possession case

October 7, 2015 From staff reports A Vienna man found in Belpre with marijuana and prescription pills during a traffic stop was sentenced to 31 days in the Washington County Jail on Tuesday morning. Zachary B. more »»



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