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August 22, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Staff Sgt. Dorothy Workman's welcoming party Thursday at the Pfc. Roy M. more »»

Animals, teen boy removed from home

August 22, 2014 A teenage boy and a dozen animals were removed Thursday from a Belpre home that authorities say was covered in feces and urine. more »»

Military gear available to police

August 22, 2014 Law enforcement agencies in and around Washington County make sparse, if any use of the Defense Department’s hand-me-down program that allows state and federal agencies to freely acquire excess or... more »»

Warren VFD adds rescue boat

August 22, 2014 The Warren Volunteer Fire Department is now training on a new piece of equipment obtained in June-a 20-foot aluminum rescue boat, complete with sonar, LED lighting and communications technolog. more »»

Council hikes fee for fire boat

August 22, 2014 The price tag for use of Marietta’s new fire rescue boat to answer a fire call was increased from $25 to $250 per hour for contracted services to businesses or residences by Marietta City Council... more »»

Moving-in day at MC

August 22, 2014 Volunteers, parents and students hurried rugs, lamps and video game consoles through the front doors of residence halls Thursday to protect items from the rain that fell on move-in day at Marietta... more »»

Fort Frye board OKs dual enrollment with OU

August 22, 2014 BEVERLY — In the near future, Fort Frye Local Schools administrators and board members hope that as a district, they can help students obtain associates degrees —all while in high school. more »»

Construction mishap causes commotion

August 22, 2014 From local reports Flames shot from the ground on Pike Street Thursday evening, forcing the evacuation of at nearby Big Lots and closing down parts of Pike and Acme streets while crews worked to... more »»

U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree coming to Marietta Nov. 18

August 22, 2014 The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will be coming to Marietta for a few hours on Nov. 18, the Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau announced Thursday. more »»

Sidewalk, ramp work around Don Drumm

August 22, 2014 The sidewalk along Greene Street at the north end of Don Drumm Stadium will be closed for the next two to three weeks as crews continue working on upgrades to the Seventh, Pike and Greene... more »»

Schools open

August 21, 2014 By Jackie Runion The Marietta Times jrunion@mariettatimes. more »»

Sheriff’s outposts at 3 area schools

August 21, 2014 Area students have noticed an increased presence from area law enforcement in recent years, but that presence will be become even more tangible this year as the Washington County Sheriff’s Office... more »»

Ohio hits Utica shale well milestone

August 21, 2014 The oil and gas industry in Ohio is making news again, as it has surpassed 1,000 Utica shale wells, including 13 in Washington County. About 1,025 wells across the state have been drilled. more »»

Proposed RV park plan rejected

August 21, 2014 A request for a special exception to the city's zoning code that would have allowed a recreational vehicle parking area to be developed on South Fifth Street was denied after a lengthy hearing... more »»

City police officer awaits court date

August 21, 2014 A Marietta Police officer charged criminally in June for a public fight with his wife has a court date in the case next week, but is expected to receive no further discipline from the Marietta Polic... more »»

New salon on Harmar Hill

August 21, 2014 Though the phones just got hooked up Wednesday morning, a new salon is nearly ready to start offering a wide array of hair services, manicures and waxing on Harmar Hill. more »»

Belpre-Athens bike path discussed

August 21, 2014 BELPRE — In hopes of giving area residents an alternative transportation source, the Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce held a Lunch and Learn event Wednesday to educate the community about a possible... more »»

Williamstown council OKs cruiser purchase

August 21, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Three new cruisers will be joining the Wiliamstown police force after council unanimously approved the purchase Tuesday. more »»

Selby project: Plans in works for some major upgrades

August 20, 2014 Plans are in the works for some major renovations to Selby General Hospital. more »»

Veritas Academy opens

August 20, 2014 As students prepare to walk into classrooms today across Washington County, a whole new group of students will walk through the halls of a newly formed school to be taught under the tenants of Latin... more »»



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