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October 6, 2015 The far-reaching foothills of the Wayne National Forest are alive with tawny oak and hickory trees this month, demanding to be admired by both native and visiting autumn enthusiasts. more »»

Murder trial’s jury selection begins

October 6, 2015 It was a long day at the Washington County Courthouse Monday for the 47 men and women that showed up for jury duty for the murder trial of Mitchell Ruble. more »»

Merchants walk to have touch of Halloween

October 6, 2015 Local artists, entertainers and shoppers will gather downtown Friday for this year’s sixth Merchants and Artist Walk, marking the first time the event will be held in October. more »»

New to prosecutor’s team

October 6, 2015 A new lawyer hit the ground running recently in the Washington County Prosecutor’s Office amidst efforts to bring staffing back to normal levels after the June retirement of former prosecutor Jim... more »»

River Cities Symphony booked for Peoples Bank Theatre

October 6, 2015 From staff reports The River Cities Symphony Orchestra will open its 2015-2016 concert season on Saturday in Parkersburg, with additional shows through June 2016 in Parkersburg and Marietta. more »»

Man’s case about threat against W.Va. continued

October 6, 2015 By Brett Dunlap Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — A Mineral Wells man who was charged with making terroristic threats against the state of West Virginia had his case continued Monday after it was... more »»

Hundreds enjoy Octoberfest

October 5, 2015 It was a slow, muddy start to Lowell’s 40th annual Octoberfest this weekend, but that didn’t stop hundreds of local and first-time visitors from enjoying food, fleas and folk during the two-day... more »»

Democratic chair looks to 2016 and 2018

October 5, 2015 When he looks at the prospects for the Ohio Democratic Party in 2016 and 2018, state chairman David Pepper says he is optimistic. more »»

Award-winning economist has local roots

October 5, 2015 Robert Dye may be senior vice president and chief economist at Comerica Bank now, but more than three decades ago he was a graduate of Marietta High School. more »»

Woof Fest at Mountwood

October 5, 2015 VOLCANO, W.Va. — Mountwood Park once again went to the dogs Sunday during the annual Woof Fest. more »»

Grand opening for Devola Multi-Use trail will be Oct. 24

October 5, 2015 The Devola Multi-Use Trail Committee will hold the grand opening of the new trail from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 24 at the head of the trail site. The trail begins at the sign which is located 0. more »»

The Guitar Man touring area schools

October 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Artsbridge Artists-On-Tour series begins the new school year this wee. more »»

Woman charged with making terroristic threats at post office

October 5, 2015 From local reports A Belle Valley, Ohio woman was arrested Saturday for making a threat against the United States Post Office in Reno. more »»

Couple sold crack out of Marietta hotel

October 5, 2015 From local reports A Columbus man and a Newport woman were arrested Friday for allegedly selling drugs out of a Marietta hotel. more »»

Around town published Oct. 5

October 5, 2015 Secret Santa now accepting applications Washington-Morgan Community Action will be accepting applications for the Secret Santa Program from Oct. 12 through Oct. 30. more »»

New drug alert

October 3, 2015 As if heroin was not a dangerous enough substance on its own, one prescription painkiller that is often found mixed in with it contributed to the death of 504 Ohioans last year. more »»

Marietta family sees pope in Philly

October 3, 2015 With shut-down highways, congested streets and long lines, the Schmidts, a family of five from Marietta, said their trip to see Pope Francis was nothing short of a modern day pilgrammage. more »»

Ohio voters urged to study state issues

October 3, 2015 It will be all about legislative redistricting, monopolies and marijuana when those heading to the polls in Ohio cast votes for three different statewide issues on the ballot. more »»

Drunk driver sentenced out of wreck

October 3, 2015 A Beverly man whose drunk driving injured a passenger in his vehicle last spring was sentenced to 31 days in the Washington County Jail on Friday. Dylan C. more »»

More county road patrols

October 3, 2015 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office wants to continue to make the roads a little safer with a combined grant worth nearly $37,000 to increase manpower hours out on the roads. more »»



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