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October 1, 2014 From job creation and marijuana reform to minimum wage and environmental issues, candidates for Congress, the Ohio House of Representatives, and the Washington County commissioners sounded off on a... more »»

A 1995 cold case: Mother, toddler’s deaths

October 1, 2014 The recent arrest of former Washington County Deputy Mitchell Ruble, charged in the 1981 murder of fellow former deputy Lt. more »»

Pioneer Pipe donation for Appalachia

October 1, 2014 A $32,000 donation is slated to help not just Washington and neighboring counties, but will also be of benefit to counties from Clermont up to Ashtabula. more »»

Prison sentence for drug possession

October 1, 2014 By Sam Shawver The Marietta Times A Marietta man was sentenced to an 11-month prison term for drug possession in Washington County Common Pleas Court Tuesday morning. more »»

Marietta Council reviews bid to lease mineral rights

October 1, 2014 The single bid received by the city to lease mineral rights on two pieces of Marietta property was reviewed by members of council Tuesday afternoon during a joint meeting of council's lands,... more »»

New air carrier’s flights begin today

October 1, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN - Passengers using the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport will fly to Washington Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., with the new service beginning toda. more »»

Manners matter

September 30, 2014 While walking, running and biking along the River Trail are activities many enjoy, the experience may sometimes be hampered by some inattentive users. more »»

Marietta track coach accused of illegal pill sales

September 30, 2014 A Marietta Middle School track coach and teacher's aide was arrested late Monday evening accused of dealing drugs. Benjamin J. Mayer, 40, of 124 Tennis Center Drive Apt. more »»

Doctors evaluate man in threatening note case

September 30, 2014 The man who dropped off a threatening letter at a local law office Friday, resulting in the lockdown of all six Marietta public schools as well as the Marietta Family YMCA, is currently under... more »»

Main Street director leaving

September 30, 2014 As fall gets well under way and talk turns to decorating shops downtown for Christmas, the search is on for a new Marietta Main Street executive director. Jean . more »»

Marietta Marketplace

September 30, 2014 Popping up in a downtown square near you, Marietta Marketplace returns to the Armory Square this Saturday with an even bigger selection of curated artists and vendors. more »»

Lowell man pleads guilty out of raid

September 30, 2014 A Lowell man, charged with the illegal manufacture of drugs, entered a guilty plea to two third-degree felony counts in Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday afternoon. Aaron . more »»

Macksburg man sent to prison in drug case

September 30, 2014 A Macksburg man was sentenced to a total of 54 months in prison, less time already served, in Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday. more »»

No charges over bridge Facebook posting

September 30, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Traffic on the Memorial Bridge dropped an average of 5 percent in the three weeks following a Facebook post saying the bridge wasn't safe, but the woman who made the claim will not fac... more »»

Guilty plea on weapons charge

September 30, 2014 A Marietta man pleaded guilty Monday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to a third-degree felony charge of possessing weapons while under disability. Brandon J. more »»

Man sentenced for selling hydrocodone

September 30, 2014 A Marietta man was sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday to a month in jail and three years of community control for trafficking in drugs. Danny E. Mugrage, 54, of 1023 Third S. more »»

Barlow Fair ends

September 29, 2014 BARLOW— As Ohio’s oldest independent fair wrapped up Sunday, Maria Nutter, 8, of Veto, was attached to a harness, doing flips, foreward and backward, on a bungee trampoline. more »»

New director has big plans for Henderson Hall

September 29, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN —Randy Modesitt, the new director at Henderson Hall Plantation, said he is looking forward to the challenges and hopes to work in a collaborative partnership with the mission of... more »»

Involved with MOVP since 1972

September 29, 2014 Since the 1970s, Jena Lane Blair has volunteered with the Mid-Ohio Valley Players Theatre. more »»

A test of endurance

September 29, 2014 Though the First City Triathlon was the first triathlon Nan Williams competed in with a kayak race, she held her own to grab first place for women’s singles. more »»



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