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Halfway house can be source of pride

February 19, 2015 I attended a community meeting in Reno Tuesday night designed to provide information regarding the establishment of a halfway house for drug and alcohol counseling. more »»

Safer for walking, biking

February 14, 2015 A group of 29 people gathered Monday at Marietta Traffic Commission to speak about pedestrian safety in our fair cit. more »»

Kasich’s tax plan makes Ohio more attractive

February 14, 2015 Why did I wait so long to be my own boss? That’s a question, often tinged with a hint of regret that I hear from small-business owners when they share their success stories with other aspiring... more »»

Waterford Cemetery: First 2 additions

February 14, 2015 In the late 1820’s, with much of the peninsula cleared for farm land, surveyor William R. more »»

Lower oil, gas prices affecting shale exploration

February 7, 2015 Part of the lore of the oil and natural gas industry is how new drilling techniques and fracing methods were used over the years to produce more oil and gas out of conventional vertical wells. more »»

Comparison of Christianity, radical Islam defies logic

February 7, 2015 On Tuesday, the so-called Islamic State released a slickly produced video showing a Jordanian pilot being burned alive in a steel cage. more »»

U.S.-India partnership: Remaking the geostrategic map

February 7, 2015 Less than four months after their first summit meeting in Washington, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama held their second summit meeting in New Delhi on Jan. 26. more »»

Councilman overstepping

February 7, 2015 Since June, The Marietta Times has published several articles about the Marietta Community Dog Park/Jackson Hill Park and Steve Binegar, who lives on park property. more »»

Ohio’s law regarding liability tested by condo case

January 31, 2015 In 1990, construction was completed on the seven-unit Oaktree Condominium development in Willoughby, Ohio. more »»

Waterford’s Cemetery as old as Waterford itself

January 31, 2015 By early 1789 an Ohio Company surveyor, Anselm Tupper, had already noted in his field notes that the rapids at Wolf Creek would make a good site for a much needed mill. more »»

Opinion smells of ‘blatant partisan punditry’

January 24, 2015 Most Marietta Times daily editorials are timely, well-written examinations of real-life issues such as child care, law and order, education, business opportunities, or local healthcare that reflect... more »»

Next Big Thing for education

January 24, 2015 There is very little that is traditional about the community college, and for that we are proud. more »»

Pedestrian safety in Marietta continues to be a concern

January 24, 2015 Pedestrian safety in Marietta has been a critical issue in Marietta for decades. more »»

Beverly officials, citizens rise to the challenges

January 17, 2015 Again this year many of the community organizations and individuals made contributions to the Village of Beverl. more »»

China’s Marshall Plan: Silk Road 2.0

January 17, 2015 Armed with billions of dollars in foreign currency reserves, China is rebuilding a Silk Road to create a new Eurasian integration. more »»

History of Waterford roads

January 17, 2015 In 1828 county surveyor William R. Browning, a resident of Belpre and grandson of General Rufus Putnam, was given the difficult task of marking the roads in Waterford. more »»

Improve city services now

January 17, 2015 The city of Marietta obviously has limited financial resources for operating our beautiful, historic community. more »»

New attitude needed for city plan

January 10, 2015 Marietta was built after careful and detailed planning more than 227 years ago by the original 48 settlers and those who followe. more »»

Roads were lost in Waterford

January 3, 2015 What would happen if Waterford ever lost their roads? It is hard to believe today, but it happened. The earliest roads in Waterford were quite unique. more »»

Silent night: The Christmas truce of WWI

December 27, 2014 One hundred years ago, on Christmas Eve, one of the more extraordinary events of the 20th century occurred on the battlefields of Western Europe, during the early days of World War I. more »»



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