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Recycled city: Students work as a team to create mythical town

August 11, 2016 Imagine a world filled with milk jug towers and wooden crate shopping centers, big box voting centers and cardboard police cars. more »»

County election ballot races set

August 11, 2016 November election ballots are set as the deadline passed Wednesday for candidates to file and run in local races including Washington County Common Pleas judge, prosecutor and sheriff as well as... more »»

Database to help city with roads

August 11, 2016 A new tool for managing streets-related assets, including everything from road signs and traffic signals to guardrails and sidewalk curb ramps, was unveiled during Marietta City Council's Streets an... more »»

Beverly Council covers drainage issue

August 11, 2016 BEVERLY — The development of an alleyway between Jenison Street and Ferry Street was discussed as part of a proposed solution to drainage issues by Beverly's Village Council Wednesday evening. more »»

Wall of Sound hones skills

August 11, 2016 RIPLEY, W.Va. more »»

Motorists reminded to slow down in school zones

August 11, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Students in Wood County return to school today and officials are asking motorists to be careful and expect delays due to the back-to-school traffic. more »»

Around town

August 11, 2016 Sewer repair project on Second St. The Marietta Wastewater Department will be making a sanitary sewer repair in front of 701 Second St. near the intersection with Sacra Via on Monday. more »»

HOME RESTORATION: 10-year project foreseen by couple

August 10, 2016 History is coming to life as the mansion on the hill off of Muskingum Drive is finding its roots once more through a historical restoration. more »»

MHS grad on the scene at the Olympics

August 10, 2016 One of Marietta’s very own is spending his summer days in Rio De Janeiro covering the 2016 Olympic games. more »»

Waste, recycling top council agenda

August 10, 2016 By Sam Shawver The Marietta Times sshawver@mariettatimes. more »»

New dance team at Marietta High

August 10, 2016 It had been 24 years since the Marietta Marquettes performed on Marietta High School’s home field, until Sydney Beavers, a soon-to-be senior at MHS, decided it was time the high school had a dance... more »»

Punishment delayed for trafficking

August 10, 2016 A Vincent man had his sentencing on drug charges postponed Tuesday so that he might benefit from an Ohio law change that could mean he could keep his drivers license and his job. Cameron J. more »»

Wood BOE considers wording of bond call

August 10, 2016 PARKERSBURG - The Wood County Board of Education on Tuesday considered the wording of a November bond call to help fund $51 million in construction and renovation projects for Wood County Schools,... more »»

GOP’s VP candidate speaks in Cambridge

August 10, 2016 From local reports CAMBRIDGE— Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the Republican nominee for vice president, is holding a rally today at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center in Cambridge. more »»

Parking in Marietta: What's the big issue?

August 9, 2016 Downtown Marietta is a pretty popular place to relax, shop, enjoy local restaurants, and apparently park. more »»

4-day event showcases outdoor fun

August 9, 2016 Adventure is out there and Marietta certainly has its fair share as the Rivers, Trails and Ales kicks off on Thursday in hopes of highlighting everything that the area has to offer. more »»

Goodyear blimp in the Valley

August 9, 2016 The Goodyear Blimp Wingfoot One performs a touch-and-go maneuver, designed to train new pilots or provide needed landing frequencies for veterans, on runway 10 at the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airpor... more »»

Marietta brick street repairs

August 9, 2016 One of the things Marietta is most well-known for is the seven miles of brick streets, where countless years of history is diligently preserved. more »»

Belpre gets $1.5 million grant for sewer line project

August 9, 2016 BELPRE — The city of Belpre has received a federal grant toward a project to repair and extend sewer service north along Ohio 7 from Belpre. more »»

 
 
 

 

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