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94th House: Newcomer vs. incumbent

October 9, 2014 By Jackie Runion The Marietta Times jrunion@mariettatimes. more »»

Jury convicts Belpre man of assault

October 9, 2014 A Washington County jury on Wednesday found former Belpre resident Kenneth Scott, 59, guilty of felonious assault and domestic violence in the beating of his live-in girlfriend, Tana Senften in Apri... more »»

Ground broken in Belpre for skilled nursing rehab center

October 9, 2014 BELPRE — Officials held a ceremonial groundbreaking Wednesday for Belpre Landing, a new skilled nursing and rehabilitation center on Hill Street. more »»

City Council discusses sewer projects

October 9, 2014 Marietta City Council was given two large sewer projects to consider Wednesday during a meeting of its water, sewer and sanitation committe. more »»

Beverly’s paving to begin this month

October 9, 2014 BEVERLY—Some much needed repaving on Beverly roads should be completed by the end of the month. During Wednesday's council meeting, councilman Jim Ullman gave project updates and shared the good news. more »»

Foundation milestone

October 9, 2014 When the Marietta Community Foundation formed in January 1974, it was by prominent community leaders Carl Broughton and Hayward Strecker. more »»

Pro wrestling benefit night

October 9, 2014 As the crowds shuffle into the Marietta Middle School gymnasium to watch their favorite—and their most hated—wrestlers vie for various championship titles this Saturday, it will mark the 10th time... more »»

Pumpkin time

October 8, 2014 As costume stores fill up, neighbors string fake spiderwebs across bushes and teenagers test their nerves at seasonal haunted houses, it would be hard not to assume that Americans love Halloween. more »»

Devola tie to city’s sewer system discussed

October 8, 2014 DEVOLA — The Devola fire house was filled Tuesday night as a hearing was held on a proposal to tie sewer lines in the community into Marietta’s syste. more »»

Changes for Ohio deer hunters

October 8, 2014 With bow hunting already under way in Ohio, there are some big changes regarding guns and permits for hunters to heed as they head out to bag their white-tailed deer this seaso. more »»

City weighs Armory heating, cooling concept

October 8, 2014 A new design proposal for heating and cooling the ground floor of the Armory could save the city thousands of dollars, but would likely push back the currently open bid process and overall project o... more »»

Shirt sale helps fight cancer

October 8, 2014 Whether living in Marietta or Parkersburg, residents can get in on a good cause and help out their respective fire departments in a friendly competition through October. more »»

Plea deal in child porn case

October 8, 2014 A former Marietta man who was found to be in possession of sexually-oriented images involving a minor pleaded no contest Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court after accepting a plea bargai... more »»

Old-fashioned shtick entertains area students

October 8, 2014 PARKERSBURG — The old walking-down-the-stairs trick may be a classic maneuver, but it nevertheless delighted hundreds of Wood County fifth-graders Tuesday morning at Blennerhassett Elementary/Middle... more »»

Man sentenced for domestic violence

October 8, 2014 A Marietta man was sentenced to 17 months in prison for hitting his aunt and choking his mother during a June 4 incident. Joseph B. Mayle, 30, of 705 Ninth S. more »»

Williamstown to consider amending lot size law

October 8, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN -- Changes in ordinances concerning subdividing lots in the city of Williamstown could be amended in the future. During its Sept. more »»

Auditor’s sale

October 7, 2014 On Oct. 23, forfeited properties will be sold on the steps of the Washington County Courthouse for the second time since 2007. more »»

New anti-drug program

October 7, 2014 After the recent retirement of long-time D.A.R.E. more »»

Local firm bids to drill under the Ohio

October 7, 2014 A local company is one of four that has bid to drill under the Ohio River in several parts of West Virginia, a process that would be similar to fracking across the region in recent years. more »»

Churches organize blood drives

October 7, 2014 Following the halt of the Memorial Health System’s independently run blood donation program and blood bank nearly two months ago, some area churches are stepping up to the plate to organize blood... more »»



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