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Trustees: 24/7

April 30, 2015 They do everything from scheduling road maintenance and researching cemetery deeds to lobbying for cheaper utility rates and purchasing fire trucks. more »»

WSCC to close child care center

April 30, 2015 Washington State Community College announced this week that it would officially discontinue the operation of its highly-rated Evergreen Child Development Center in about two months, leaving some... more »»

Sex offender is sentenced

April 30, 2015 A Marietta man accused of initiating inappropriate sexual contact with a minor was sentenced to six months in jail and five years of community control in Washington County Common Pleas Court... more »»

Council backs $500K armory loan

April 30, 2015 Marietta City Council officially approved the issuance of $500,000 in bonds at a special council meeting Wednesday to ensure the renovation moves forward on the ground floor of the former Ohio... more »»

40th year for Toy and Doll Museum

April 30, 2015 Marietta is full of unique and interesting gems, if one knows where to look. One of those gems can be found on the city’s west side in a house dating back to the 1800s. more »»

Pistol range kicks off shooting season May 9

April 30, 2015 From local reports BOAZ, W.Va. — Henderson Wilds will hold its first-of-the-season action pistol match on May 9. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a shooters briefing at 9 a.m. more »»

Murder trial date changed

April 30, 2015 From staff reports A new date has been set for the murder trial of Mitchell R. Ruble, 64, of 4000 Ohio 530, Lowell. Ruble was scheduled to go to trial May 11 for the February 1981 murder of Lt. more »»

Lighter sentence rejected in Craigslist case

April 30, 2015 By The Associated Press AKRON — A man serving life in prison with no chance for parole has lost his appeal for a lighter sentence in the killings of three men lured by phony Craigslist job offers in... more »»

Fire put out at home in Williamstown

April 30, 2015 The Williamstown Volunteer Fire Department was called to a fire Wednesday night at 109 West Eighth St., Williamstown, said Capt. Paul Jordan. The fire around 6:50 p.m. more »»

Ex-POW free 70 years

April 29, 2015 A model B-17 bomber plane—a gift from the president of the Boeing Company—rests on the living room table of Devola resident Bob Pioli. more »»

MC’s Petroleum Dept. head retiring

April 29, 2015 While graduating students prepare to say goodbye at Marietta College’s commencement Sunday, one beloved professor will be closing a nearly 40-year chapter at the school as he retires with the class... more »»

Forest to re-open 2 sites for campers

April 29, 2015 After being closed since March, two fee-free campgrounds along the Little Muskingum River in the Wayne National Forest are set to reopen by Memorial Day. more »»

Room for innovation

April 29, 2015 Rather than just books and desks, one room at Harmar Elementary is full of colorful designs and piles of Legos aimed to give students a creative outlet for learning, thanks to the innovation of one... more »»

Marietta Kroger plans fuel center

April 29, 2015 Plans are in the works to erect a new gas station in the Washington Shopping Center on Acme Street which will allow customers of the nearby Kroger to use the store’s customer loyalty program for gas... more »»

Performer bringing the blues to area schools

April 29, 2015 From local reports The Blues, Jazz & Folk Music Society announces the 2015 Blues in the Schools program. The program began in 2006 and was coordinated by BJFM board member Steve Wells. more »»

BrAva Mom Prom raises more than $20K

April 29, 2015 From local reports More than $20,000 for research into a cure for childhood cancers was raised at the second annual BrAva Mom Prom on April 24 at the Shrine Club. more »»

Guilty plea to drug possession charge

April 29, 2015 From staff reports A Parkersburg woman who was found to be in possession of amphetamine pills mixed in with her prescription pleaded guilty to a fifth-degree felony count at the Washington County... more »»

A City on fire

April 28, 2015 BALTIMORE — Rioters plunged part of Baltimore into chaos Monday, torching a pharmacy, setting police cars ablaze and throwing bricks at officers hours after thousands mourned the man who died from a... more »»

Warren Twp. oil tank fire

April 28, 2015 WARREN Twp. more »»

Beverly facing ‘urgent’ financial decisions

April 28, 2015 BEVERLY — The Village of Beverly is headed for deficits totaling nearly $100,000 starting in 2017 if no increased revenue or some cuts don't transpire soon, and no potential decision will be reached... more »»



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