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Arrest in ’81 killing

September 17, 2014 It was more than 33 years ago that Washington County Deputy Lt. Ray “Joe” Clark was killed by a shotgun blast fired through the kitchen window of his home on Dodds Run Road. more »»

Woman convicted of armed robberies

September 17, 2014 The armed robbery trial of Mindy Fox began and ended in Washington County Common Pleas Court Tuesday with the defendant found guilty on all four counts for which she was charged. more »»

Bond set at $2.5M; Bomb squad at Lowell home of former deputy accused in murder

September 17, 2014 The Columbus Division of Fire Bomb Squad has responded to the existence of possible explosives at the Lowell home of former Washington County Sheriff Deputy and murder suspect Mitchell Ruble, where... more »»

Harmar sidewalk work in limbo again

September 17, 2014 Initiated over four years ago thanks in part to money through the Community Development Block Grant, a Harmar sidewalk project that was later abandoned due to more pressing issues may have to be... more »»

United Way kicks off campaign

September 17, 2014 Though the United Way of Washington County has already started collections for its 2014-2015 campaign, the official kickoff for the organization occurred Tuesday with a luncheon. more »»

Life after high school

September 17, 2014 Parkersburg South High School senior Jordan Fullerton said she sees herself at a specific West Virginia university come next fall, but she is still weighing her options. more »»

River mussel population gets boost

September 17, 2014 Freshwater mussels, which act as water filters throughout the Ohio River and its tributaries, are getting a boost through the local Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge, a branch of the U.S. more »»

Council discusses dividing city lots

September 17, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN -- Questions about the rejection of a request to divide a lot in the city were discussed during Tuesday's meeting of the Williamstown City Council. more »»

Fire victim identified

September 17, 2014 From local reports ROCKPORT, W.Va. — Lois Jean Ayers will be remembered by her family as someone who was committed to her family and her faith in God. more »»

Notorious lots

September 16, 2014 Abandoned properties are scattered throughout Marietta, but some areas of the city seem to have more than other. more »»

Children Services levy to help families

September 16, 2014 A countywide levy on the ballot in November may look a little familiar to voters, but it will be a little easier on their bank accounts. Washington County Childrens Services is putting a 10-year, . more »»

Man admits selling drugs to informant

September 16, 2014 A Parkersburg man faces up to a year in prison and a $2,500 fine after pleading guilty in Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday to selling unapproved drugs to an undercover informant earlier... more »»

Body found in home gutted by fire

September 16, 2014 ROCKPORT, W.Va. —One person has died in a structure fire north of Rockport. more »»

Warren on track with middle school plan

September 16, 2014 LITTLE HOCKING —The Warren Local School District is moving forward with its plan to turn one of its three current elementary schools into a middle school, and at its regular board of education... more »»

Basilica draws visitors to city

September 16, 2014 The numbers are in for the July Bed Tax collections and they are up from a year ago. Figures are up more than 30 percent, showing revenues at around $58,000. more »»

WSCC recoups most of enrollment loss

September 16, 2014 Washington State Community College celebrated yet more improved enrollment numbers and new education opportunities on the horizon at its regular Board of Trustees meeting Monday evening. more »»

Safety discussed by Belpre board

September 16, 2014 BELPRE — During the first meeting of the new school year Monday, the Belpre City Schools District Board of Education discussed the need for safety. more »»

City eyesores

September 15, 2014 For many, seeing an abandoned property with its peeling paint, overgrown yard and generally run down appearance is something to mention in passing and move on. more »»

Ohio voters picking sides for Nov. 4

September 15, 2014 As election season heats up for Ohio’s gubernatorial candidates, with debates, advertising, and public appearances more critical to get their messages out, residents around the area are determining... more »»

‘The scientist’ stays ‘signed in’

September 15, 2014 Marietta College sophomore Katie Plas, 20, showed such dedication to her community service at the Ely Chapman Education Foundation that the organization decided to start paying her for it, but her... more »»

 
 

 

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