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Four days of city cleanup kicked off Friday

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If you go ¯ What: Free dumpster use. ¯ When: Saturday, June 25 and 26; 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ¯ Where: Jackson Hill Park, 1201 Cisler Drive, Marietta. ¯ Who: City of Marietta residents only. Source: Marietta City Administration. Learning from last year’s pilot program, the city ...

Feds seize records from Ohio utility tied to bailout

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An Ohio utility announced Tuesday it’s cooperating with a federal subpoena seeking records related to a massive bailout to coal and nuclear plants that’s now at the center of a public corruption prosecution. American Electric Power — the largest shareholder in a cooperative that owns ...

Board of Education candidate Q and A

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Though attendance was low this week at the informal question and answer session for those interested in running for the Marietta City Schools three open board of education seats, the content of questions covered the gamut in what Board President Russ Garrison and Superintendent Will Hampton ...

Annual chamber dinner to be held this year

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If you go ¯ What: Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce annual dinner. ¯ When: Monday, Aug. 9. ¯ Time: Social hour begins at 5 p.m. Dinner seating begins at 6:15 p.m. Meal served at 6:30 p.m. Program begins at 7 p.m. ¯ Where: Dyson-Baudo Recreation Center at Marietta College. ¯ ...

Ohio Supreme Court chief justice upcoming election

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At least two justices on the Ohio Supreme Court are eyeing the chief justice position and plan to campaign for the top judicial seat in 2022. Democrat Jennifer Brunner and Republican Patrick DeWine are planning to run for chief justice next year. These two, and potentially another Republican ...