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Marietta Marketplace on Saturday

June 9, 2016 On Saturday, many locals will be spending the day roaming an elaborate maze of tents containing several different varieties of artwork and their creators. more »»

2 Marietta water towers will get fresh paint

June 8, 2016 It’s been more than 30 years since the Marietta water tower along Ohio 676 has had a fresh coat of paint. more »»

6 years in prison for sex offender

June 8, 2016 A Lower Salem man was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday for sharing pornographic images of young children. Rex B. more »»

Turner remains in limbo with Frontier board

June 8, 2016 Zero public participation took place Tuesday during a special meeting of the Frontier Local School district held to determine the action to be taken on current Superintendent of Schools Kevin Turne. more »»

City likely short of money for Armory elevator

June 8, 2016 City funding to install an elevator at Marietta's Armory may come up short, according to city engineer Joe Tucker, who told city council's lands, buildings and parks committee Tuesday that $17,691... more »»

Longtime friends organize fundraiser to pay medical bills

June 8, 2016 As pizzas zoomed in and out of the oven on Tuesday, filling a local business and the surrounding streets with the sweet smell of cheese and baked dough, a group of close friends were hoping the pies... more »»

Celebration, dog park discussed by town’s council

June 8, 2016 By Brett Kline Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN — City Council members Ron Erb, Barbara Lewis and Marty Seufer discussed the possibility of adding a dog park in the Williamstown area. more »»

Marietta events explore city’s history, ties to the past

June 8, 2016 Join local historian and author, Jann Kuehn Adams, on a fascinating walking tour of downtown exploring the German culture of Mariett. more »»

Board reviews airport service bids

June 8, 2016 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN - The five bids for federally subsidized Essential Air Service to the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport were broken down for members of the Wood Count... more »»

Woman wanted on burglary charge

June 8, 2016 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a local woman who is a suspect in a March 17 burglary at 2622 Robinson Hill Road. more »»

Marietta Main Street envisions a revamped landscape

June 7, 2016 Large metal arches that spanned the city's main streets were part of downtown Marietta's landscape during the early part of the 20th century. more »»

8 not guilty pleas filed by Elschlager

June 7, 2016 The former commander of the Marietta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol pleaded not guilty to eight charges, including stalking and stealing guns from evidence, when he was arraigned in Washingto... more »»

Marietta water plant upgrade could cost $20M

June 7, 2016 Nearly $20 million worth of work will be required over the next 25 years or so to bring Marietta's water treatment plant up to snuff, according to a presentation before city council's water, sewer... more »»

Marietta Community Foundation receives sizeable bequests

June 7, 2016 The Marietta Community Foundation has announced the receipt of two large bequests that will help increase support to Washington County nonprofits. more »»

Area Volunteers needed for Ohio River Sweep

June 7, 2016 Volunteers are being sought for the 2016 Ohio River Sweep on June 18 along the Ohio River in Wood and Washington counties. more »»

Cancer survivors celebrate their day

June 7, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Area cancer survivors were reminded Monday of the importance of their continued survival. National Cancer Survivors Day was officially Sunday, June 5. more »»

2 get 6 months to repay Girl Scouts

June 7, 2016 From local reports Two Parkersburg women charged with embezzling money from six Girl Scout troops will have six months to make restitution. more »»

Counting Hate

June 6, 2016 By The Associated Press The FBI collects extensive data on hate crimes each year, but more than 2,700 local law enforcement agencies are not submitting the information, according to an investigation... more »»

Garden tour a hit despite rain

June 6, 2016 PARKERSBURG - Despite gray skies and occasional drizzles of rain, a steady stream of visitors toured the homes and gardens of the Julia-Ann Square Historic District's annual Victorian Spring Home an... more »»

Police policies, procedures updated

June 6, 2016 Among the challenges that faced Marietta Police Chief Rodney Hupp when he took the reins at the city police department last year was updating the department’s policies and procedures manual. more »»

 
 
 

 

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