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Gray Television sues Smart Networks over use of Veto Road tower

July 9, 2016 A lawsuit for breach of contract, filed in March against Smart Networks LLC by Gray Television Group Inc. more »»

Pesky mayflies invade the Valley

July 9, 2016 Those pesky mayflies are back and swarming around the areas of the Ohio River. Adult mayflies live a short time, according to J.J. more »»

Learning life lessons at Camp Hervida

July 9, 2016 WATERFORD—Nestled along the banks of Wolf Creek just four miles south of Waterford, lies Camp Hervida, where children and teens are learning new life skills through this year's 4-H cam. more »»

Around Town

July 9, 2016 Applications for back-packs, school supplies Washington-Morgan Community Action will be taking applications for backpacks and school supplies for children attending kindergarten to 12th grade. more »»

Harvest of Hope 10 years old

July 9, 2016 Washington County Harvest of Hope (HoH) is celebrating a birthday. more »»

Marietta ready to welcome Riverfront Roar visitors

July 8, 2016 Today kicks off the 2016 Riverfront Roar, and the event committee is looking forward to a great weekend full of racing, fireworks and live music. "We are all ready to go. more »»

Washington County voters will see 911 levy

July 8, 2016 Come November Washington County voters will be asked to approve a new levy to support county 911 services and upgrades. The . more »»

Armory elevator contract is delayed

July 8, 2016 Approval of a contract to install an elevator at Marietta’s Armory was delayed Thursday after the contractor who submitted the lowest bid for the project asked Marietta City Council why his firm was... more »»

Washington County approves contract for roof

July 8, 2016 The Washington County Commissioners approved a contract Thursday with Tri-State Roofing of Davisville, W.Va. more »»

Artsbridge collects instruments for high schools hit by floods

July 8, 2016 PARKERSBURG— Discarded instruments gathering dust in a basement or attic could fill a need for students at West Virginia schools devastated by flooding. more »»

More help on way for West Virginia following floods

July 8, 2016 By John Raby The Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.V. more »»

Around Town

July 8, 2016 Sherlock Holmes topic of program Get to know Sherlock Holmes at 1 p.m. July 18 at the Barlow Library, 45 White Oak Professional Center, State Route 339, Barlow. more »»

Beverly woman walks to raise money, fight cancer

July 7, 2016 Imagine walking 20 miles a day for three whole days. Now imagine doing it for a cause you are passionate about. It makes the walk a little easier that way. more »»

Federal jury awards $5.1M in C8 case

July 7, 2016 COLUMBUS — After more than a month of testimony, a federal jury said chemical manufacturer DuPont acted with malice by releasing C8-tainted water from its Washington Works plant, south of... more »»

Washington County Deputy Matt Anderson resigns in midst of investigation

July 7, 2016 From staff reports A Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy has resigned from his position and an investigation into the officer is continuing. Sgt. more »»

City seeks ideas for Community Development Block Grant spending

July 7, 2016 Marietta officials need some help from residents on how to spend the city's estimated $360,000 Community Development Block Grant entitlement for 2017. more »»

Tasty harvest for Marietta Sweet Corn Festival

July 7, 2016 Corn, corn, corn, nothing but corn. On July 15 and 16, the Marietta Sweet Corn Festival is back to provide tasty treats provided by the Witten Farm Market—and it’s a good year for corn. more »»

Local church group caught in W.Va. flooding

July 7, 2016 COWEN, W.Va. — On June 23, the Rice family, of Belpre, was at Camp Luther in Cowen, worshipping God through prayer, music, crafts and recreation. Then around 5 p.m. more »»

Around town

July 7, 2016 Fundraiser to benefit of Neighborhood Jam Smitty’s Pizza will hold a fundraiser at its Marietta and Reno locations today for the First Presbyterian Church’s third annual Neighborhood Ja. more »»

New Marietta College President Bill Ruud mingles at meet and greet

July 6, 2016 Marietta College has introduced a new president to the academic institution as President Bill Ruud began his first day in office on Tuesda. more »»

 
 
 

 

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