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Perry & Associates investing in downtown Marietta property for office space

July 21, 2016 The second reading and public hearing on a resolution authorizing a 12-year community reinvestment area (CRA) tax exemption for Perry & Associates was held during Thursday’s regular Marietta City... more »»

Actors Guild does Monty Python

July 21, 2016 PARKERSBURG —The irreverent humor of Monty Python comes to the stage at the Parkersburg Actors Guild. more »»

Reno’s coolest event on the hottest of days

July 21, 2016 It’s supposed to be hot, hot, HOT this Saturday, so it’s a good thing that the Reno Volunteer Fire Department has the community covered from 4 p.m. more »»

Credit/debit system is weighed for Washington County Courthouse

July 21, 2016 Discussion about a new credit/debit payment system for the Washington County Courthouse was presented to the commissioners during their regular meeting Thursday. more »»

Things to do

July 21, 2016 Special events Barlow Presbyterian Church Summer Fest, starts Friday, July 22, and continues through July 25; kicks off Friday with free hotdogs, chips, cookies, Kona Ice and games at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Stash of marijuana leads to arrest

July 21, 2016 A Harrisville man was sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 180 days in the Washington County Jail on Thursday for possession of large amounts of marijuana. more »»

Local author pens second novel - a sequel

July 21, 2016 ST. MARYS - Two years after her first book, "Once A Long Time Ago," was published, St. Marys author Kendra Johnson, also known as Kay G. Jay, has published a sequel, "Once in a While. more »»

Woman sentenced for trying to bring drugs into jail

July 21, 2016 A Marietta woman was sentenced to three years of probation in Washington County Common Pleas Court for attempting to bring drugs into the Washington County Jail. Cortney Cooke, 22, of 114 Dean St. more »»

Marietta police officer enters not guilty plea to harassment charges

July 21, 2016 From staff reports A Marietta police officer has been charged with telecommunications harassment, a first-degree misdemeanor, for repeated texting to his estranged wife, according to documents from... more »»

Around town

July 21, 2016 Sewer repairs planned for part of Third Street The Marietta Wastewater Department will be making a sanitary sewer repair in front of 807 Third St. on Monday. more »»

Local swimming pools see a jump in attendance

July 20, 2016 As the temperature rose this summer, so has the attendance at pools. Overall this season the local swimming pools have reported a significant increase compared to last summer. more »»

Frontier Superintendent Kevin Turner resigns

July 20, 2016 Frontier Local Schools Board of Education will be holding a special meeting today at 7 p.m. at the Frontier High School Cafetorium to screen potential superintendent candidates. more »»

Brian Bates is sentenced for domestic violence

July 20, 2016 On Tuesday, a Cambridge man was sentenced to 47 months in prison in Washington County Common Pleas Court for domestic violence charges. Brian Bates, 40, of 622 Grant Ave., was originally arrested Dec. more »»

Belpre High School closes lunch for students

July 20, 2016 BELPRE - This fall, Belpre High School juniors and seniors will no longer be allowed to leave campus at lunch, Belpre City Schools officials announced Monda. more »»

Zanesville woman sentenced to 24 months

July 20, 2016 A Zanesville woman who brought clonazepam and a bag of meth into jail following her arrest on April 2 was sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday to 24 months in prison. more »»

Castle’s Archeology Camp takes kids back through history

July 20, 2016 As local youth excitedly shoveled through the dirt, with a shovel in one hand and a sifter in the other, they searched for any piece of local history they could find at this year’s Archeology Camp... more »»

Around Town

July 20, 2016 60th Marietta Day this weekend The 60th Marietta Day celebration will be held Saturday and Sunday. There will be a skating party at the Marietta Roller Rink from 7:30 to 11 p.m. more »»

Some summer jobs can extend into the school year

July 19, 2016 Summer isn’t all about basking in the sun all day, eating ice cream and taking family vacations to the beach. more »»

Ohio River Museum to expand

July 19, 2016 Over the past 75 years, community members have shown an eagerness to learn more about Marietta’s history at the Ohio River Museum. As of recently, there isn’t enough room to house everyone. more »»

 
 
 

 

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