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Man sentenced for burglary, menacing

May 16, 2015 By Austin Rempel The Marietta Times arempel@mariettatimes. more »»

Model patients

May 15, 2015 To the cheers of a sold out audience of 590, Strecker Cancer Center patients of past and present strutted down a runway serving as fashion models Thursday night at the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center... more »»

Muskingum Chamber awards

May 15, 2015 BEVERLY — Three businesses, two students and a basketball team were in the spotlight at the 13th annual Muskingum Valley Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday evening. more »»

4-year-old drowns in creek

May 15, 2015 A 4-year-old boy drowned today in Duck Creek at his families’ campsite north of the intersection of Caywood Road and Killwell Run in the Caywood area. more »»

Doctor accused of helping fugitive

May 15, 2015 A Marietta doctor was arrested Thursday afternoon for allegedly hiding a man wanted on child sex charges and authorities are investigating the possibility of additional charges against him. D. more »»

New early grade test results rate gains in literacy

May 15, 2015 School districts in Ohio have another grade to add to the list after the state recently released new scores based on literacy improvement for the youngest grades. more »»

Warm weather attractions opening this month

May 15, 2015 May is in full bloom around the Mid-Ohio Valley and tourist attractions in the area are opening their doors to begin the season. more »»

Council gets update on River Trail funds

May 15, 2015 Funding of the Marietta River Trail Phase V project was the major point of interest during a city council streets committee meeting Thursday afternoon. more »»

Root Covered Bridge built in 1888

May 15, 2015 DECATUR, TWP.— Nestled next to a modern bridge over the west branch of the Little Hocking River is a faded red reminder of the not-so-distant past of Washington County. more »»

Belpre sixth graders’ good deed rewarded

May 15, 2015 From staff reports BELPRE — Sixth-graders at Belpre Elementary School who donated the class field trip funds to help classmates whose home burned in a fire are going anyway. more »»

Woman sent to prison for taking purse at aquatic center

May 15, 2015 From staff reports Dana M. Steele, 26, of 110 Knox St. more »»

V-E Day, plus 70

May 14, 2015 A soldier stands before the swastika atop the Nazidome Shrine in Nurnburg, his hand raised in mock salute. more »»

Pool prepping in high gear

May 14, 2015 With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, community pools in the area are being prepared for their annual inspections and openings. more »»

Access to mental health services promoted

May 14, 2015 There is an average of 8. more »»

Harmar students run together

May 14, 2015 Before school even started Wednesday morning, a group of Harmar Elementary students were working hard, pumping their arms and legs as they took off together on a two-mile run. more »»

Fort Frye spring musical showcases talent

May 14, 2015 BEVERLY — Classic fairytale characters and a very forgetful princess set the scene for the Fort Frye High School spring musical "Princess Whatsername," which will open Friday evening for three... more »»

St. Mary students display creativity

May 14, 2015 St. Mary Elementary School students got a chance to show off their art while also raising money for a good cause at the school's Spring Art and Music Show Wednesday evening. more »»

Guilty plea to heroin, cocaine possession

May 14, 2015 From staff reports A Columbus man pleaded guilty to drug possession Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court. Shawn Williams, 25, of 989 E Mount St. more »»

Prison time ordered for domestic violence

May 14, 2015 From staff reports A Vincent man was sentenced to 17 months in prison on a domestic violence charge Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court. Steven L. Sealey Jr. more »»

Leaving class soon

May 13, 2015 With the end of the school year will come the end of decades-long careers for many of Ohio’s public school teachers as handfuls plan to retire from area school districts and across the state. more »»

 
 
 

 

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