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Bible-believing, Bible-preaching church

November 19, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN—Nestled between a couple of hillsides just south of Williamstown, near the stream for which it was named, Williams Creek Baptist Church stands on a 26-acre tract of former farmland. more »»

Zoning ordinance before Williamstown Council

November 19, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN —Changes to the zoning ordinance dominated the discussion at Tuesday's meeting of the Williamstown City Council. more »»

Two dead in separate incidents

November 19, 2014 By Jess Mancini Special to the Times PARKERSBURG - Two people are dead in separate incidents Monday in Wood and Ritchie counties, West Virginia State Police said on Tuesday. On U.S. more »»

Boaz mansion

November 18, 2014 BOAZ, W.Va.—Since 1987, Boaz resident Mark Lupardus has owned a hidden gem in the community, with ties to a prominent family that once called the area home. more »»

House race still too tight to call

November 18, 2014 The race for the 94th House District seat is even closer after the Washington County Board of Elections finalized its results Monday, but provisional votes in Athens, Meigs and Vinton Counties will... more »»

Frontier looks at where to cut spending

November 18, 2014 NEW MATAMORAS- Elementary physical education, supplemental staff, field trips and prom were among a few things discussed as a series of possible cuts for the Frontier Local district at its board of... more »»

Capitol Christmas Tree in town today

November 18, 2014 By The Associated Press Historic Marietta is among 30 communities the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will visit on its way from Minnesota to Washington, D.C. more »»

Warren adding to specialized staff

November 18, 2014 The Warren Local School District has no plans to decrease specialized staffing levels regardless of what the Ohio State Board of Education says. more »»

WSCC board OKs big truck maintenance program

November 18, 2014 Washington State Community College hopes to better serve and draw in those interested in a career in truck maintenance after the Board of Trustees approved a new one-year certificate at its regular... more »»

City to review policy on burying the penniless

November 18, 2014 Though the number of indigent burials performed by the City of Marietta has steadily increased since the city took on the responsibility in 2001, the process of determining who is eligible for such ... more »»

Belpre board seeks money to buy buses

November 18, 2014 BELPRE — The Belpre City School System hopes to have two or three new buses operating in its fleet in time for the 2015-2016 school year. more »»

Belpre in Bloom gets PR in national magazine

November 18, 2014 BELPRE — A beautification program in Belpre will be cited in a national magazine. more »»

Stores stress family time on Turkey Day

November 17, 2014 While many stores are shoving aside the turkey bliss and family time, opting to open as early as 6 a.m. more »»

Road crews ready as snow starts to fly

November 17, 2014 Snow covered the area in a light dusting Sunday morning, and while the forecast shows that after today it won’t be in the immediate area again for a few days, area crews are already gearing up for a... more »»

Fire sweeps through downtown Athens

November 17, 2014 Six people were injured, 30 Ohio University students were displaced and five buildings suffered extensive damage as a result of a Sunday morning fire on Union Street in Athens. more »»

Thanksgiving tradition continues

November 17, 2014 A few hundred guests are expected at Jukebox Pizza in Waterford on Thanksgiving Day—but no one will be ordering pizza. more »»

Paying it forward: Boys and Girls Club

November 17, 2014 When Shiloh Morgenstern graduated with a degree in theater, she knew she also wanted to work with children. more »»

Salvation Army red kettle campaign kicks off

November 17, 2014 The sound of jingling bells outside of area stores, encouraging donations for those less fortunate, will soon be heard again as the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle drive is gearing up for another holida... more »»

Part-time police officer hired in Williamstown

November 17, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — In an attempt to save money, the Williamstown Police Department hired its first part-time officer on Friday. more »»

Around town published Nov. 17

November 17, 2014 Public invited to Colony meeting The Hippodrome/Colony Historical Theatre Association will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.. more »»



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