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MC hoops fans: Good to be blue

March 7, 2015 Lately Marietta College’s “Long Blue Line” has been less a nickname for the college’s alumni and more a literal description of the Pioneer fans filing into Ban Johnson Arena to catch a glimpse of... more »»

Lowell man admits weapons violations

March 7, 2015 A Lowell man caught with an unlawful gun, prescription drugs and marijuana during a multi-residence drug raid in June pleaded guilty Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to weapons... more »»

Accused drug dealer delays plea

March 7, 2015 A central Ohio woman accused of multiple drug sales in Marietta and across the river in Wood County postponed her plea on the Ohio charges, which was scheduled for Friday in Washington County Common... more »»

Tourist bureau wants to sell former info center

March 7, 2015 A declining number of visitors at the Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Tourist Information Center at the Kroger Plaza has resulted in the facility being put up for sale. more »»

Local snowy scenes

March 7, 2015 Snow covered trees sit on the levee of the Ohio River underneath the Williamstown Bridge Friday afternoon. more »»

Living with the snow

March 6, 2015 A winter storm left one Washington County community without water and several thousands of people without electricity throughout the day Thursday, besides dumping about a foot of snow across the area. more »»

Tips while it’s cold and snowy

March 6, 2015 Health officials urge caution with regard to food safety if you have had a power outage and warn not to over-exert while trying to shovel snow. more »»

Famous Marietta native remembered

March 6, 2015 Marietta lost one of its favorite native sons this week as retired U.S. Air Force Col. Dean Hess died Monday at his home in Huber Heights. He was 97 years ol. more »»

County jobs programs previewed

March 6, 2015 Washington County Commissioners heard department updates from Jobs and Family Services Thursday morning, including information on annual programs and a new one, supported by the state. more »»

MC’s campus icon

March 6, 2015 When construction started in 1845, Erwin Hall was only the second building taking shape on Marietta College’s campus. more »»

Runway safety project almost finished

March 6, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — A long-delayed runway safety project at the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport is finished except for inspections and flight tests. Jess Howard Electric C. more »»


March 5, 2015 Shortly after 1 p.m. more »»

Snow emergencies, power outages

March 5, 2015 Most of southern Ohio is under a winter storm warning until at least midday Thursday. The National Weather Service said some parts of the area would see up to a foot of snow accumulation. more »»

New Matamoras residents without water

March 5, 2015 From staff reports Around 700 residents in the village of New Matamoras were left without water during the early morning hours Thursday. more »»

Council meeting canceled

March 5, 2015 Marietta City Council’s regular meeting has been canceled tonight. The meeting will be scheduled for a yet to be determined date sometime next week. more »»

Man admits role in murder scheme

March 5, 2015 A Caldwell man pleaded guilty to a first-degree charge of conspiring to commit murder and agreed to testify at the trial of his co-conspirator, a Belpre woman who allegedly wanted her husband killed... more »»

Coolville man pleads guilty to arson

March 5, 2015 A Coolville man will face up to eight years in prison and a $15,000 fine after he pleaded guilty to a second-degree felony count of aggravated arson in Washington County Common Pleas Court Wednesda. more »»

New business all about history

March 5, 2015 Marietta’s history is a common commodity, offered up to tourists and residents alike in the form of books, museum attractions, tours and monuments. more »»

Chamber dinner meeting Monday

March 5, 2015 The Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner is sure to please as the 100th anniversary of the organization is celebrated and a new award shares the spotlight with the traditional ones. more »»

Kids learn about jug bands

March 5, 2015 BELPRE—With thimbles on each finger and a washboard in hand, Roscoe Goose and The Juggernaut Jug Band entertained and educated kindergarten, first and second grade students at Belpre Elementary... more »»



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