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Low-interest loan finances sewer line

May 20, 2016 A 30-year, low-interest, $2.2 million loan from the Ohio Water Development Authority will provide most of the funding for a $2. more »»

County health board looks to fill vacancy

May 20, 2016 County health officials said they’d like to fill a vacant seat on their board with someone who has financial expertise, in an attempt to repeat past financial troubles. more »»

County raises sewer rates 3%

May 20, 2016 A 3 percent sewer rate increase was approved by Washington County commissioners Thursday. more »»

3 charged out of drugs-in-jail scheme

May 20, 2016 From staff reports An orchestrated attempt to smuggle contraband into the Washington County Jail was thwarted by Washington County Sheriff’s Office detectives on Wednesday after Shad Martin, 39, of... more »»

Marietta Job Fair

May 19, 2016 Employers are on the hunt for top local talent and say they are impressed with the experience of area job seekers at The Marietta Times Job Fair on Wednesday. more »»

New MC president begins in July

May 19, 2016 Marietta College's next president says he's ready for the challenge of leading a private college. more »»

MPD works shorthanded

May 19, 2016 Maintaining a full slate of officers has become a major focus for Marietta Police Chief Rodney Hupp who said the force is currently down by four officers. more »»

Automated breakfast option at MMS

May 19, 2016 Last year, more than 750,000 children experienced a time when they did not know where their next meal was coming fro. more »»

Williamstown awards paving contract

May 19, 2016 By Jeffrey Saulton Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN - Three bids for street paving were opened during Wednesday's meeting of the Williamstown City Council. more »»

Sisters Health Foundation awards grants

May 19, 2016 From local reports PARKERSBURG - Twenty-nine nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Ohio Valley received grants from the Sisters Health Foundation, the foundation announced Wednesday. more »»

First week of farmers market

May 18, 2016 The first Farmers Market on Front Street took place Tuesday with a “rain or shine” attitude that brought out a busy crowd to the surprise and delight of vendor. more »»

Marietta College hires new president

May 18, 2016 Marietta College's next president says he's ready for the challenge of leading a private college. more »»

Broughton social to help Building Bridges

May 18, 2016 Broughton Foods, LLC plans to give youth in Washington County a sweet treat and a bright future this year by teaming up with Building Bridges to Careers on the 2016 Broughton Ice Cream for America... more »»

Career Center ceremony

May 18, 2016 A line of multi-colored caps and gowns, worn by excited seniors from six area high schools, took to the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center Tuesday for the 44th annual senior awards assembly of the... more »»

2 sets of twins graduating from high school

May 18, 2016 Many graduates headed off to college in the fall will be surrounded by strangers, but at least four local students will be attending college with one familiar face—their ow. more »»

Fire guts home in Mineral Wells

May 18, 2016 By Michael Erb Special to the Times MINERAL WELLS, W.Va. — A fire in the 3000 block of Buck Run Road in Mineral Wells destroyed a home, but resulted in no injuries. more »»

Ewing School holds ‘Walk for Health’

May 18, 2016 Ewing School is launching itsfirst "Walk for Health "to encourage students to begin the lifetime habit of walking for good health. The walk is scheduled for Monday, May 23, starting at 12:30 p.. more »»

Ohio River bank erosion takes toll on levee

May 17, 2016 Erosion is taking a toll on portions of the Ohio River levee below the Marietta River Trail along Ohio Street, a popular spot for tourists as well as the location of two of the city's major summer... more »»

Cold air slows inevitable cicada invasion

May 17, 2016 Although the buzz of this insect is deafening and its demeanor is somewhat scary, the 17-year magicicada is a harmless presence that has emerged in the Mid-Ohio Valley. more »»

PDC Energy workers donate time to butterfly garden

May 17, 2016 Attracting butterflies, and those who love nature, was the mission of one Marietta company during its annual act of service Monday. more »»



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