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Paying it forward: Coaching takes dedication

October 6, 2014 Being a coach is something that just comes naturally for Marietta Family YMCA volunteer Jeremy Woodard. more »»

MC gets grant for green energy

October 6, 2014 Just in time for Energy Awareness Month, Marietta College is making another step to “go green” after receiving a $30,000 grant for more energy efficiency projects. more »»

Around town published Oct. 6

October 6, 2014 Beverly council meets Wednesday The regular October council meeting for the Village of Beverly will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the village offic. more »»

Mountwood Park goes to the dogs

October 6, 2014 VOLCANO — It was a barking good time Sunday as Mountwood Park went to the dogs. more »»

Private property sinkhole poses problem for public

October 4, 2014 Plagued with crumbling concrete and a cracking facade, a Marietta business on the corner of Seventh and Putnam streets is at risk of being destroyed by a sinkhole near the busy intersection. more »»

Fantastic fall travel ideas

October 4, 2014 Whether you love to be scared or would rather just stick to pumpkin pie and candy, there is Halloween fun throughout the season right in your backyard, all within a few hours away by car. more »»

Justice for Patsy: Revisiting the Sparks cold case

October 4, 2014 More than 22 years ago 18-year-old Patsy Sparks of Marietta walked out of the Wheel Club in Parkersburg and was never seen alive again. more »»

Attempted abduction in Williamstown foiled

October 4, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Police are asking the public to help them locate a man who allegedly tried to talk a girl into getting into his car this week. more »»

City Hall renovations

October 4, 2014 After months of renovations, stops, starts and reconfigurations, most of the occupants of the newly renovated Marietta City Hall have begun to settle into their new office spaces. The $2. more »»

Business owner denies allegations

October 4, 2014 A Parkersburg communications consultant accused of scamming vast amounts of money from a Marietta business asserted his innocence in a statement Friday. Timothy D. more »»

Snyder to be featured in festival

October 4, 2014 The historic W.P. Snyder Jr. vessel docked at the Ohio River Museum will be making a short disappearance beginning Saturday. more »»

Community control for receiving, pawning goods

October 4, 2014 A Marietta man was sentenced Friday to a year of community control and six months in the Washington County Jail related to a jewelry theft earlier this year. more »»

Around town published Oct. 4

October 4, 2014 Night sky program at Marietta College Dr. Paul Daniell of Marietta College will give a presentation about the night sky, stars and deep space photography Oct. more »»

Bright colors

October 3, 2014 As fall deepens, so do the colors on area trees, as they turn vibrant shades of red, orange and yello. more »»

Tracking blighted lots

October 3, 2014 The city of Marietta basically relies on citizens to keep track of abandoned properties, which officials admit is an imperfect system, but with limited resources they say it’s the best they can do. more »»

Boil advisory

October 3, 2014 A boil advisory has been issued for the area of Hadley Lane, including Colonial Terrace Apartments. Water service will be interrupted to make emergency repairs on the water main. more »»

W.P. Snyder leaving town

October 3, 2014 From staff reports The historic W.P. Snyder Jr. vessel docked at the Ohio River Museum will be making a short disappearance beginning Saturday. more »»

Concern over designer drug

October 3, 2014 “I’m doing fine up here on cloud nine,” were the lyrics in a 1968 Motown hit, “Cloud Nine” by The Temptations. more »»

County, Marietta discuss sewers

October 3, 2014 Washington County commissioners met with Marietta city officials Thursday to discuss the sewer project to connect Devola and Oak Grove to the Marietta sewer system. more »»

Hearings planned on zoning change

October 3, 2014 A proposal to rezone a half dozen buildings on Muskingum Drive will have to go through two public hearings before a vote over a month from now by Marietta City Council, but members began discussing... more »»



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