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Waverly teacher remembered fondly

September 25, 2014 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times WAVERLY — Mindi Ford's 10-year-old son Colt has a few ideas on how he would like people to remember his third-grade teacher, Linda Altmann. more »»

Political signs

September 24, 2014 Erected on street corners, in lawn strips, and on the tops of buildings, the appearance of election signs has ramped up as the November election draws near. more »»

Grand jury to review Sunday fatality

September 24, 2014 The driver of a vehicle that crashed, killing a 19-year-old Marietta woman Sunday, was initially jailed for operating a vehicle while intoxicated following the accident on Liberty Township Road 128,... more »»

County studies health care plans

September 24, 2014 Health insurance is a complex topic right now, and it makes no exception for Washington County as officials grapples with renewing the health care plan for 352 employees alongside increased rates... more »»

‘Old habits’ cost drug dealer jail time

September 24, 2014 A Marietta man was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail and five years of community control for trafficking in drugs. Eric E. more »»

Man wanted in death of year-old girl caught in Mexico

September 24, 2014 PARKERSBURG —Federal agents late Monday night in Mexico City caught a man wanted in Wood County for the death of a 1-year-old girl, authorities said Tuesday. more »»

City Council reviews Armory costs

September 24, 2014 Renovating the ground floor of the Armory could cost more than half a million dollars, according to an estimate given to Marietta City Council at a Tuesday meeting of the council's lands, buildings... more »»

Barlow Fair’s prized ‘Chicken’

September 24, 2014 For the last 60 years, life for Waterford resident James “Chicken” Pugh has been full of announcing during tractor pulls at area fairs, but he is hanging up his microphone after this year’s Barlow... more »»

LSD, pot trafficker eludes prison time

September 24, 2014 A Cleveland-area man was sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court Tuesday to five years of community control and six months in jail on drug trafficking and possession charges. Vincent M. more »»

Barlow Fair parade marshals are named

September 24, 2014 Hugh Coffman has been chosen as the Barlow Fair Parade Marshal 2014 and Reda Seaman Nichols as the Parade Co-Marshal. The parade will be held Friday starting at 6 p.. more »»

Medication Take Back Day on Saturday

September 24, 2014 Local communities will participate in the National Drug Take Back Initiative on Saturday in Wood and Washington counties. In Wood County, the Drug Take Back program will be 10 a.m.-2 p.. more »»

Open city space

September 23, 2014 Lonely days are ahead for the few remaining city employees who will continue to occupy 308 Putnam St. after this week. more »»

Barlow’s 4-day blast

September 23, 2014 As the last local fair of the year, the Barlow Fair has always prided itself on rounding out the fair season with a bang. more »»

Appeals court allows judges to carry weapons

September 23, 2014 Judges may be carrying concealed weapons into Ohio’s Fourth District courtrooms—but that’s OK, according to a recent order signed by the four judges of the Fourth District Court of Appeal. more »»

Marietta board acts on personnel

September 23, 2014 It was a brief meeting of the Marietta City Schools Board of Education on Monday evening, as the group discussed the upcoming Children Services levy and accepted some appointments and retirements... more »»

Wolf Creek board OKs volleyball coach hiring

September 23, 2014 WATERFORD — Wolf Creek Local Schools Board of Education had to make a quick approval for a new head volleyball coach in the middle of the season, in addition to discussing updates on roofing project... more »»

Frontier board talks about levy

September 23, 2014 NEW MATAMORAS —The 5.81-mill levy on the ballot for the Frontier school district was a hot topic of conversation during Monday night's Frontier Board of Education meeting. more »»

Law enforcement cooperation discussed

September 23, 2014 Law enforcement representatives from both sides of the Ohio River gathered at the Washington County Emergency Operations Center last week for an initial meeting focused on sharing information and... more »»

PUCO letter brought to Belpre Council

September 23, 2014 BELPRE — City council was informed of a letter to be sent to city residents by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) regarding the city's electric aggregation program during the meeting... more »»

Marietta Youth League focuses on the basics

September 22, 2014 The cool mornings and afternoons in the fall, cheering parents and coaches yelling encouragement create the perfect football atmosphere for kids playing in the Marietta Youth League each Saturday. more »»

 
 

 

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