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Union employees of sheriff’s office denied pay raise

July 9, 2014 The State Employment Relations Board recently rejected an argument by union employees of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office that they should receive additional raises because of the role that an... more »»

Revitalization district restaurant gets first of 15 new licenses

July 9, 2014 Patrons of The Original Pizza Place in Marietta can now have a cold brew with their meal as the restaurant has received the first of 15 new liquor licenses that became available through the formatio... more »»

Theatre de Jeunesse performing ‘Camelot’

July 9, 2014 The classic love triangle of King Arthur, Lancelot and Guenevere will grace the stage at Marietta College’s Hermann Fine Arts Center Friday as the Theatre de Jeunesse puts on its fourth annual summe... more »»

Around town published July 9

July 9, 2014 Sign up for Belpre Homecoming events The deadline for registration for Belpre Homecoming pageants has been extended until Monday. Orientation for candidates is at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Fenton Auction

July 8, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN—Collectors from across the world are expected to descend on Southeast Ohio July 26 when the last remaining pieces of the Fenton Art Glass Museum are auctioned off to the publi. more »»

$650,000 bond in July 4th shooting

July 8, 2014 A $650,000 bond was set Monday for a Parma man accused of snorting an unknown drug and shooting his mother and stepfather during a holiday party Friday at a family vacation property in Grandview... more »»

Homeowners, farmers carry school tax load

July 8, 2014 Homeowners and farmers across the state are paying 70 percent of school property taxes and Washington County is right in line with the pack. more »»

Trail users asked to watch out for each other

July 8, 2014 As the number of walkers and bikers making use of Marietta’s River Trail increases, the chances also increase for potential accidents between bicyclists and pedestrians on the shared use pathway. more »»

Around Town

July 8, 2014 Williamstown church to hold music camp A community music workshop for children in second to sixth grade will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Plenty of ideas for CDBG funds

July 8, 2014 Funds for medical equipment and preservation of an historic city monument were among requests submitted during the second of two meetings to obtain public input about the use of Marietta’s 2015... more »»

Youngsters learn history through crafts, games, more

July 8, 2014 Children got the chance to dive into Marietta history Monday as The Castle kicked off its annual history camp, a week packed with crafts, history lessons and games. more »»

America in Bloom’s Belpre judging will continue today

July 8, 2014 BELPRE- A pair of judges from the America in Bloom national awards program are in the process of visiting various sites throughout Belpre as part of the judging of the Belpre in Bloom program. more »»

Queen visit

July 7, 2014 The American Queen steamboat, minus its steam-powered paddlewheel, pulled into Marietta on diesel powered engines Sunday morning with 329 passengers aboard on their way from Pittsburgh to Cincinnat. more »»

Parma man charged with shooting parents

July 7, 2014 NEW MATAMORAS — A Parma man was jailed Saturday after allegedly shooting his mother and stepfather Friday evening during a Fourth of July celebration in Grandview Township, near New Matamoras. more »»

GM dealers awaiting recall instructions

July 7, 2014 More ignition problems resulted in another 8.2 million vehicles being recalled by General Motors this week, bringing the total number of cars recalled by the company so far this year to 29 million. more »»

Newport home a safety concern

July 7, 2014 It’s been three years since the two-story wood frame home caught fire at 25 Dana’s Run Road in Newport, but the house is still standing, one side of the charred front porch roof sagging from a broke... more »»

O’Neill Center is like family to ‘Grandma Betty’

July 7, 2014 For Betty Offenberger quitting was never an option. more »»

60 artists featured in exhibit

July 7, 2014 PARKERSBURG — For bronze sculptor Randy Heavner, of Vienna, the opportunity to show one of his pieces in a show in Parkersburg was a special distinction for him. more »»

A number of area Do No Call List complaints

July 7, 2014 PARKERSBURG — A number of people throughout the area have appeared to be getting more calls from telemarketers and others despite being on the national Do Not Call List. more »»



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