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Grand jury will hear unlawful sex case

April 10, 2014 A Parkersburg man is facing a third-degree felony charge of unlawful sexual conduct for allegedly allowing a 15-year-old girl to perform sexual acts on him after moving in with the girl and her... more »»

Seismic testing discussed in Beverly

April 10, 2014 BEVERLY — Village Council moved to adopt a resolution, subject to an amendment, to allow TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company to conduct seismic operations on and along roadways in Beverly and on lands... more »»

Interactive sing-along show

April 10, 2014 BARLOW—Warren Local Schools students laughed, sang and danced along at the “Dream BIG!” interactive sing-along show with musician Roger Day on Wednesday at Barlow-Vincent Elementary School. more »»

Workshops designed to repair, restore gravestones

April 10, 2014 From cleaning moss-covered gravestones to actually restoring them and putting the broken pieces back together, area residents can get in on some cemetery workshops sponsored by the Marietta... more »»

Bogus $100 bills in Wood Co.; more may be coming

April 10, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Counterfeit $100 bills discovered at the Parkersburg Kmart on Tuesday and the Vienna Kmart on Wednesday are suspected to be part of a larger counterfeit operation coming to the Mid-Ohi... more »»

Around town

April 10, 2014 Wall of Sound fundraising dinner The Marietta Band Boosters will hold its third annual Wall of Sound fundraising dinner May 2 at the Marietta Shrine Clu. more »»

Jailhouse blues

April 9, 2014 WOODSFIELD—Signs of attempted modernization can be seen scattered throughout the 136-year-old Monroe County jail. more »»

Suspect tries to get statement nixed

April 9, 2014 The attorney for a Marietta man accused of dropping his girlfriend off near ATMs and encouraging her to commit armed robberies argued Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court for the... more »»

Important city job vacant following retirement

April 9, 2014 The city of Marietta is expected to appoint a new public facilities foreman within the next couple of weeks—and save money in doing so— after previous foreman Tom Kunz retired Frida. more »»

State issue will raise money for infrastructure projects

April 9, 2014 A state issue on the May 6 primary ballot will determine financing public infrastructure, an issue that has passed in the state multiple time. more »»

Agreements on 7th, Pike project

April 9, 2014 The city of Marietta won't have to seize any property by eminent domain in order to proceed with this year's $2. more »»

Framed by his business

April 9, 2014 With machinery in the background, wood pieces to make custom frames lining shelves and sculptures lining the counter tops, REsolve Studios Framing & Sculpture is open for business. more »»

Jail time for sex offender with new address

April 9, 2014 A registered sex offender who moved without telling authorities was sentenced Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 60 days in jail. Sony C. more »»

Belpre celebrates its 225th anniversary

April 9, 2014 BELPRE — History lovers gathered Tuesday evening to celebrate the 225th anniversary of the settlement of "Belle Prairie" during the annual Founders Day Dinner. more »»

Around town

April 9, 2014 Relay For Life auction at Tunnel A Relay For Life auction will be held Saturday at Tunnel United Methodist Church, 65 Coffman Road, Marietta. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with the auction at 6. more »»

Wood BOE hires superintendent on 3-2 vote

April 9, 2014 PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Board of Education has selected John Flint as Wood County Schools' next superintendent. Flint was appointed Tuesday evening by a 3-2 vote. more »»


April 8, 2014 Marietta's 226th birthday was kicked off Monday morning with the traditional "ringing of the bell" at the historic Henry Fearing House on Gilman Avenue, and ended with the annual Pioneer Day... more »»

Mumps awareness

April 8, 2014 As statewide cases of mumps continue to rise, the reach of the outbreak is extending outside of the central Ohio area to which it was initially contained. more »»

Renewal levy for Warren

April 8, 2014 BARLOW—A 5.54-mill emergency renewal levy that will generate $1. more »»

The sky’s really the limit

April 8, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN—Within 12 months of purchasing a bare bones aircraft frame, that plane will be equipped with high end avionics, an engine and comfortable seats and will be able to do barrel rolls and... more »»



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