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3rd Street safety

December 27, 2014 As Third Street resident Maria Berner walked her daughters to a playground near their home Friday, she made sure the three girls stayed close at hand, while on the sidewalk and crossing streets. more »»

Flu vaccine still a good idea

December 27, 2014 It’s only a couple of months into the 2014-2015 flu season, but the number of hospital admissions related to the virus has skyrocketed across Ohio, and health officials are urging everyone to get a... more »»

Sardis families safe and back in homes

December 27, 2014 A blown out wellhead at a well pad in Monroe County has been capped, putting an end to a large methane gas leak and the displacement of more than two dozen nearby Sardis families who were evacuated... more »»

Bikes light up the night

December 27, 2014 A mild Friday night provided perfect weather for the annual Holiday Lights Tour in Marietta. A record number of bicycles—many decorated with multi-colored lights—participated in the event. more »»

Local New Year’s Eve events

December 27, 2014 If you are not planning on jetting to New York City to spend New Year’s at Times Square, you might be looking for something to do right in the Marietta area. more »»

Grant secures EMCA’s playground project

December 27, 2014 For the past several years, the Devola community has held fundraisers and secured grants in the hopes of renovating its 40-plus-year-old playground, and one final grant just turned those hopes into ... more »»

Dozens of W.Va. lawsuits filed against DuPont

December 27, 2014 By The Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Dozens of West Virginia residents have filed lawsuits against chemical company DuPont for contaminating drinking water. more »»

Local churches host first Christmas Day Feast

December 26, 2014 Friends, family and complete strangers mingled with each other at the First Presbyterian Church in Marietta on Christmas Day, as the church celebrated with its inaugural Christmas Feast early in the... more »»

Transmission line project to ramp up

December 26, 2014 Waterford residents will soon be getting an eyeful of helicopters and workers as American Electric Power is set to start work in January on a transmission line. more »»

Cycling for a cause this holiday

December 26, 2014 Many people might be quick to assume that a homeless man traveling down the street is asking for a handout, but a California man that could be spotted riding his bike around Marietta during... more »»

Names released in carbon monoxide death

December 26, 2014 VIENNA - The names of a Vienna couple involved in a carbon monoxide poisoning Wednesday were released Thursday by officials. more »»

Tunnel community’s namesake is in disrepair

December 26, 2014 The Vanderwarker Tunnel—the namesake of the Tunnel community—is beyond protecting. more »»

Plenty of options for disposing of your tree

December 26, 2014 After the holidays, several local municipalities offer programs or services for live Christmas tree owners looking to dispose of their trees. more »»

Around Town

December 26, 2014 Changes made to clinic’s schedule There will be no immunization clinic held at the Belpre City Health Department today or on Jan. 2.. The immunization clinic will resume from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. . more »»

Visions of Santa

December 25, 2014 Not one to fall into fashion trends, Santa Claus has not changed his look much in the past 100 years. more »»

2015 will be a big year for political races

December 25, 2014 Nearly every electable city office in Marietta and Belpre will be up for grabs in 2015. The deadline to return petitions for candidacy is less than six weeks away. more »»

2 arrested in Marietta on drug trafficking charges

December 25, 2014 Two Cleveland residents were arrested Tuesday night on charges of trafficking the illegal drugs known as LSD and ecstasy. more »»

Landslip repair request approved

December 25, 2014 Washington County Commissioners approved the county engineer’s request for an emergency landslip repair during their regular business meeting Wednesday. more »»

Lower Salem UM survives against the odds

December 25, 2014 LOWER SALEM—When the Lower Salem United Methodist Church began in the 1800s, it was surrounded by several other churches of various denominations. more »»

Lightning suspected of reducing WPBY’s broadcast strength

December 25, 2014 By Gretchen Richards Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Those who depend on WPBY’s digital broadcast for their PBS television may have found their signal strength lacking or missing over the past fe... more »»



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