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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 »»

Independent bands on tour play at the Adelphia

September 29, 2014 Those looking for some flavor to their rock got a dose of independent bands from across the region and world Sunday afternoon at the Adelphia in Marietta. more »»

Threats prompt school lockdown

September 27, 2014 A mass shooting threat resulted in the lockdown of all six Marietta city schools Friday afternoon, with the suspect apprehended shortly afterward. more »»

Fun in Barlow

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Theft charge for Smart Networks owner

September 27, 2014 The owner of Smart Networks, the company tasked with expanding broadband Internet coverage throughout Washington County, was arrested Friday for allegedly conspiring to steal tens of thousands of... more »»

Beer Barn thief indicted by jury

September 27, 2014 A Muskingum County man who reportedly threatened two women working at the Marietta Beer Barn and stole $2,000 from the business was one of nine people indicted this week by a Washington County grand... more »»

My Mommy Mart returns

September 27, 2014 The Junior Fair Building at the Washington County Fairgrounds was packed with thousands of items of children’s clothing, furniture, toys, strollers and more this week for the September 2014 edition... more »»

Belpre’s Ames House

September 27, 2014 BELPRE—The Charles Rice Ames House has changed its shape minutely since it was built on Miller Avenue in Belpre in the 1800s. The house was built in 1843, according to owners Dave and Linda Boso. more »»

Free GED practice tests being offered at WCCC

September 27, 2014 Those looking to save some money while trying to advance themselves in the workforce can look toward the Washington County Career Center, just one participating agency currently offering free GED... more »»

Waverly students remember Williamstown woman

September 27, 2014 WAVERLY, W.Va.— Mindi Ford’s 10-year-old son Colt has a few ideas on how he would like people to remember his third-grade teacher, Linda Altmann. more »»

Around town published Sept. 27

September 27, 2014 Sewer repairs planned for Sixth St. The Marietta Wastewater Department will be making sanitary sewer repairs in front of 614 to 620 Sixth St. on Tuesday. more »»

Not guilty plea

September 26, 2014 “Not guilty, your honor,” was the only statement made by former Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy Mitchell Ruble during his arraignment before Washington County Common Pleas Judge Randall Burnworth... more »»

 
 
 

 

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