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July 10, 2015 By Anna Gibbs Special to the Times Since 2010 the Roar’s Got Talent talent show has been providing entertainment to local fans, with this year’s show expected to continue that tradition. more »»

Commissioners OK road repaving work

July 10, 2015 As usual in the summertime, a few more road construction projects will soon be underway after Washington County Commissioners approved bids for three resurfacing projects for county roads during... more »»

Theater group gives comedy a try

July 10, 2015 It’s a play within a play and has been deemed by many to be one of the funniest comedies to ever be seen on stage. more »»

2 accused of growing marijuana

July 10, 2015 From staff reports A series of buckets full of marijuana plants found on property in Cutler led to the Wednesday arrest of two different suspects living nearby. Brandon O’Brien, 27, and Mason A. more »»

Camden Clark expansion announced

July 10, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Construction on a $20 million project to build a new emergency department and a 30-bed inpatient surgery unit at Camden Clark Medical Center begins Monday. more »»

Woody Pines performs at Brewery

July 10, 2015 From local reports If you're wondering where the music of Nashville troubadour Woody Pines comes from, look to the streets. more »»

Time to roar

July 9, 2015 Officials are keeping their fingers crossed and a watchful eye on the weather in advance of the 2015 Riverfront Roar, which kicks off Friday in Marietta. more »»

More weddings

July 9, 2015 The U.S. wedding industry was valued at more than $54 billion in the U.S. in 2013, just two years before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across all 50 states. more »»

Riverfront Roar 2015

July 9, 2015 From local reports Claiming the top tour location in 2011 by the American Power Boat Association sanctioned Powerboat Superleague, Riverfront Roar draws more than 40,000 spectators over the three da... more »»

Merchants & Artist Walk scheduled for Friday

July 9, 2015 While weather has put the damper on a few Marietta Main Street events recently, organizers are excited about this Friday’s Merchants & Artist Walk, which coincides with Riverfront Roar. more »»

City discusses traffic island change

July 9, 2015 Two rapid flashing beacons and a few reflective surface measures may soon be placed on the pedestrian island on Glendale Road after Marietta City Council’s streets committee discussed pedestrian... more »»

WASCO tours the world

July 9, 2015 ANNA GIBBS Special to the Times Food, drinks and smiles were filling the rooms of WASCO Inc. in Marietta Wednesday, during a the World Travel Day activity. more »»

Heroin in house costs man 30 days in jail

July 9, 2015 A Marietta man who was found with heroin in his home after a search last year was sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years of post-release control Wednesday morning in Washington County Common... more »»

Beverly officials fret over pool finances

July 9, 2015 BEVERLY —The question of if the Beverly-Waterford Community Pool will remain open next summer remains up in the air as Beverly Village Council questioned the cost of maintenance versus revenue... more »»

Drive against rare disease holds event

July 9, 2015 From staff reports A national campaign to help fight a rare disease among children will be in a local Parkersburg restaurant Saturday, and residents of the Mid-Ohio Valley are being encouraged to... more »»

Vitamin K choice

July 8, 2015 From doulas to medications, today’s parents typically have at least one specific request during the birth of their newborn, but health experts say one request that is becoming increasingly more... more »»

Good product, determination = success

July 8, 2015 Editor’s Note: This is the third of three stories about women in the Mid-Ohio Valley in successful careers with direct sales marketin. more »»

National retailer taking over MC’s campus bookstore

July 8, 2015 For more than 20 years Follett operated Marietta College’s bookstore, but starting this week the college will instead by partnering with Barnes and Noble. more »»

Chief wants 1 addition to police staff

July 8, 2015 Marietta City Police Chief Rodney Hupp asked city council members Tuesday to consider adding a new ranked position to the police department to aid in its redevelopment and restructuring. more »»

Vincent church turning 30

July 8, 2015 VINCENT—The Lighthouse Baptist Church is preparing to celebrate 30 years of being the beacon of God’s word to local residents. more »»



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