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Williamstown church thriving

February 25, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN—Today’s Sunday morning services draw more than 500 people to the First Baptist Church of Williamstown, but the congregation was a lot smaller when the church was first organized 183... more »»

Court security

February 24, 2015 Multiple layers of security have helped protect the employees and visiting public at the Marietta Municipal Court since it moved away from an ever-present police force at city hall two and a half... more »»

1 dead in shooting

February 24, 2015 From staff reports One man is dead and another wounded after a shooting incident at a 1485 Hanna Road residence Monday evening. more »»

Shooting victims identified

February 24, 2015 The Washington County Sheriff's Office has identified the two men shot at 1485 Hanna Road, Marietta, on Monday evening. more »»

Frontier board OKs realignment, staff cuts

February 24, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS-Beginning next school year, all kindergarten through third grade students within the Frontier Local School District will attend what is now Newport Elementary, while all fourth, fifth... more »»

Casino revenue runs below estimates

February 24, 2015 Just like the average person would not likely assume that a trip to the slot machine means an automatic win, schools and local governments do not rely very much on revenue from Ohio’s casinos. more »»

City delays Safe Routes application for a year

February 24, 2015 With an even smaller amount of funding available statewide compared to previous years and the deadline a week away, city council members agreed Monday with city engineer Joe Tucker's recommendation... more »»

Fire at Meigs St. home

February 24, 2015 SAM SHAWVER The Marietta Times Three family members escaped serious injury after a fire broke out in this 211 Meigs St. home in Marietta Monday night. more »»

Ex-employee pleads guilty to Kmart slashing rampage

February 24, 2015 A Waverly, W.Va. woman faces six months in prison and a $2,500 fine after she slashed containers of oil and detergent and bicycle tires in the Marietta Kmart on Pike Street last summer. more »»

City of Belpre looks at emergency call system

February 24, 2015 BELPRE — The City of Belpre is considering joining a proposed new emergency call system for the region. more »»

Belpre has 2 more ‘snow days’ in the bank

February 24, 2015 BELPRE — Despite beginning its second school day this week with a two-hour delay today, Belpre City Schools Superintendent Tony Dunn said the district is in a good place in terms of snow days and... more »»

Teens build 20-foot snowman

February 24, 2015 From staff reports Two students in Washington County took advantage of Saturday's snowstorm and built a large snowman. more »»

Jennings Hill Road fire probed

February 24, 2015 From staff reports A structure fire at a Jennings Hill Road property in Reno Monday afternoon left mild damage to a mobile home and the total loss of a nearby outbuilding. more »»

Equipment failure blamed for Marietta power outage

February 24, 2015 From staff reports Equipment failure was cited as the cause of a two-hour power outage in downtown Marietta Monday morning. more »»

Safe routes

February 23, 2015 The deadline for the city to throw its hat in the ring to receive a portion of this year’s Safe Routes to School grant funding is a week away. more »»

Tax time: Making the most of that refund

February 23, 2015 From making home improvements to taking vacations and even saving for the future, many are looking forward to getting their tax refund. more »»

It’s Hipp: Mural attraction

February 23, 2015 For more than a month, a bright mural created by a local couple, decorated in old typography and bright colors, has graced the front of the Peoples Bank Theatre, a vivid reminder that by year’s end... more »»

Blues champs named

February 23, 2015 A solo blues artist from Ohio was the winner fo the 23rd annual River City Blues Competition on Saturday at the Lafayette Hotel in downtown Marietta. more »»

Paying it forward: Giving names to the nameless

February 23, 2015 Since July 2013, Christine Bannert has worked to give names to the unidentified through her involvement with Marietta Cemeteries Coming Alive. more »»

Around town published Feb. 23

February 23, 2015 Gardening program at Wildlife Refuge Master Naturalist Emily Grafton will give a presentation on how to attract pollinators, “Planning for Pollinators,” from 7 to 8 p.m. more »»

 
 
 

 

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