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Teacher indicted over affair with student

February 2, 2016 A Marietta High School social studies teacher who was arrested and charged with sexual battery involving a student in January was among 24 people indicted by a Washington County Grand Jury last wee. more »»

Doggone problem:

February 2, 2016 Tension was high in the Armory Monday afternoon as the city of Marietta gave an official statement to respond to what has become nationwide backlash it received about the fate of a certain Marietta... more »»

Free programs at planetarium

February 2, 2016 The Anderson Hancock Planetarium on Marietta College’s campus is opening its doors—and the solar system—for three free community programs in the months of February, March and April. more »»

Something new at Putnam Commons

February 2, 2016 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times George Heidorn, of Devola, works in his recently opened Heidorn's Antique Treasures in the Anchor Shops at Putnam Commons on Monday. more »»

Former hospital building sold

February 2, 2016 PARKERSBURG — The company that revived a vacant, historic downtown building in 2014 is taking on another iconic Parkersburg site. more »»

New coffee house out to show it’s different

February 2, 2016 By Michael Erb Special to the Times VIENNA, W.Va. — A new coffee house in Vienna hopes to bring a sense of community, a unique atmosphere and a variety of different tastes to the Mid-Ohio Valle. more »»

Around town

February 2, 2016 Free presentation tells the Rosa Parks story The Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series at Washington State Community College in collaboration with the Schwendeman Agency, Inc. more »»

Area Scouts get a taste of Marietta history

February 1, 2016 Local Boy Scouts took a journey through the history of Marietta Saturday in the annual Klondike Derby. more »»

UPDATE: Retired officer could keep dog

February 1, 2016 Retired Marietta police officer Matt Hickey is considering an offer to become an auxiliary officer for the department, a move that would allow him to keep his police dog, Ajax. more »»

Climate Change Cafe tackles a controversial topic

February 1, 2016 The term “going green” has been tossed around by everyone from politicians and scientists to the news media, but what does it really mean? A passionate group called Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action... more »»

Bond committee tours Wood County schools

February 1, 2016 VIENNA — Eight Wood County schools were part of a tour Saturday by members of the 2016 bond committee to determine which school needs will be included in a bond call in November. more »»

One big bridal party at E.L.I.T.E.

February 1, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Many engaged couples got a chance to see what could be available at their weddings during The Great Bridal Event 2016 in Parkersburg. more »»

Fields of Gettysburg to be performed

February 1, 2016 History and music enthusiasts can get lost within small town Pennsylvania in July of 1863, in John Walsh’s lyrical exposition, The Fields of Gettysburg, presented by Peoples Bank Theatre on Feb 5 at... more »»

New library opens in Parkersburg

February 1, 2016 PARKERSBURG — It may have been 43 years in the making, but the instant public library built along Blizzard Drive has been replaced by a permanent structure that is much larger in both building size... more »»

Around town published Feb. 1

February 1, 2016 Tax filing help is available locally Free federal and state of Ohio tax filing assistance through The Ohio Benefit Bank† will once again be available at Caring Connection in Marietta. more »»

Beverly shooting

January 30, 2016 The details of the dramatic standoff that ended in the death of a 19-year-old Beverly resident in a quiet neighborhood last August have now been released in a full investigative repor. more »»

Family worried about Gerken’s guns, chronic depression

January 30, 2016 The events that played out on Aug. more »»

Public rallies for MPD K-9 facing sale at auction

January 30, 2016 Most Hollywood celebrities would be put to shame with the amount of Internet attention one local 6-year-old German shepherd received in just a few hours Friday. more »»

Habitat benefits from dinner, auction

January 30, 2016 Not all celebrations have gone with the holidays, as the Washington County Habitat for Humanity’s Paul L. Callihan Dinner and Auction is still to come on Feb. 12 at the Marietta Shrine Club. more »»

Pot, cash stolen in Belpre home robbery

January 30, 2016 From staff reports BELPRE — Police are looking for four men—one who has been identified — in an armed robbery Thursday night in Belpre where the intruders held at least one resident at knife and... more »»

 
 
 

 

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