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Chamber Viewpoint: Chamber board of directors changes come March 1

February 27, 2012 The Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC) is an association of business and professional people working together to build a health economy and to promote business activity in our community. more »»

Kasich’s speech full of good news

February 25, 2012 On Feb. 7, Gov. Kasich delivered his State of the State speech at Wells Academy in Steubenville. more »»

Finding a way to strengthen the U.N.’s ability to uphold peace is an urgent task

February 25, 2012 The United Nations’ Achilles’ heel was exposed once again on Feb. 4, when Russia and China joined forces to veto an Arab League-sponsored U.N. Security Council resolution against the Syrian regime. more »»

Fracking forums offer insight

February 18, 2012 Tuesday, Jan. 31, I attended the Marietta College forum on the effects of hydraulic fracking. Four panelists presented information on all sides of the issue of fracking. more »»

Community college provides the access for many in the region

February 11, 2012 Our place in life may largely be determined at birth. more »»

A plan for a healthier watershed

February 11, 2012 Friends of Lower Muskingum River (FLMR) have been given the challenge to develop a Watershed Action Plan for the Southern Subwatershed of the Lower Muskingum River. more »»

Health departments working together

February 11, 2012 Last week, the Washington County Health Department hosted a vision clinic for children. more »»

Chamber viewpoint

February 6, 2012 If the unthinkable happens, are you prepared? On Sept. 11, 2001, the unthinkable happened. Terrorists struck the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. more »»

Caring for downtowns is an investment

February 4, 2012 I recently attended the annual meeting of ReStore Marietta, a group that advocates for and promotes the historic downtown portion of Marietta and Harmar as great places to live, shop and recreat. more »»

Need for mental health services growing

February 4, 2012 L & P Services Inc. is the Washington County Mental Health and Addiction Recovery (MHAR) board’s contract agency for mental health and chemical dependency service. more »»

Defiant Iran unlikely to bow to sanctions from the West

February 4, 2012 IThe United States and European Union are stepping up pressure on Ira. more »»

Viewpoint: Higher taxes on oil and gas will derail economic opportunities for Southeast Ohio

January 27, 2012 With high unemployment, housing foreclosures and families struggling to make ends meet, there’s no denying that many Ohioans are hurting financially. more »»

Thompson offers a recap of Ohio’s Economic Progress in 2011

January 21, 2012 For the past year, Ohio ranked first in the Midwest in job creation, and eighth in the nation. We are retaining and creating jobs, and that’s what we promised to do. more »»

Alzheimer’s cannot wait: Act now

January 21, 2012 We are at a pivotal moment in the future of Alzheimer’s disease. more »»

Stop, look and listen to all sides of fracking debate

January 21, 2012 Reading the article in the Marietta Times on Jan. more »»

Right Path and Music Fest 2012

January 21, 2012 The Right Path for Washington County is proud to announce our Band Fest No. 7 with a new twist on an old favorite: “Music Fest 2012.” Friday, Feb. 3, the doors will open at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Chamber Viewpoint: Chamber, SBDC sponsor forum on ‘catching the wave’

January 16, 2012 In 1900, there were 8,000 wells within 50 miles of Marietta, producing a million barrels of oil per month. The greater number of these wells were within 25 miles of the city itself. more »»

Resolve to be happier, healthier

January 14, 2012 The New Year is a time for new beginnings! For the Marietta Family YMCA, a leading nonprofit that strengthens the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, one o... more »»

China’s hard landing a global concern

January 14, 2012 China’s economy has been growing at a phenomenal pace in recent decades. Beneath the continued robust appearance, however, there are signs that the world’s No. more »»

Rape: FBI updates crime reporting

January 14, 2012 Until recently, when a survivor reported a sexual assault to law enforcement, outdated definitions meant their report may not have been counted in national statistic. more »»



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