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Wood Co. BOE to discuss WHS library job

April 2, 2016 PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Board of Education will discuss libraries, ballfields and the upcoming facilities bond at a meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at central office, 13th and Plum streets. more »»

Kep Your Promises delegation going to Netherlands

April 2, 2016 By Jess Mancini Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — A delegation going to the Netherlands to talk about C8 contamination will speak to a committee of the Dutch Parliament. more »»

Springtime openings

April 1, 2016 Numerous markets, landscapers and sporting businesses re-open or refresh their sites for spring, and many across the area are opening their doors for the seaso. more »»

Ruble faces weapons charges

April 1, 2016 An aggravated murder conviction might seem like the end of the road in terms of a criminal case, but nearly a month after he was found guilty, Mitchell Ruble is still facing separate charges in... more »»

Marietta’s CDBG total comes up short

April 1, 2016 Marietta's 2016 Community Development Block Grant entitlement will be $357,625, a bit lower than the estimate on which Marietta City Council built this year's CDBG budget last fall, which will... more »»

Pinwheel project draws attention

April 1, 2016 There were nearly 1,000 cases of child abuse or neglect in Washington County during the most recent reporting year, a statistic of which Washington County Children Services wants to make the... more »»

Governor’s entourage plans 39 stops in the region

March 31, 2016 A spotlight put on Southeastern Ohio due to Gov. more »»

Patrol fires accused stalker

March 31, 2016 There has not been an indictment handed down, but former Ohio State Highway Patrol Commander William Elschlager has officially been terminated from his position and will appear in Washington County... more »»

Council rejects L-O-V-E sculpture

March 31, 2016 An eight-foot-high metal sculpture of stacked letters spelling the word "LOVE," with the "O" shaped like an electric guitar, cannot be placed on the city right of way at Second and Butler streets,... more »»

Civics lesson at Waterford High

March 31, 2016 WATERFORD—The most unusual part of Wednesday’s Washington County Commissioners meeting wasn’t the agenda itself but those in attendance. more »»

Pulitzer Prize winner to give MC graduation address

March 31, 2016 From local reports One of six journalists who earned the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting will be the keynote speaker at the Marietta College Commencement at 1 p.m. more »»

Judge orders DuPont to detail who will be liable in any C8 settlements

March 31, 2016 From staff reports PARKERSBURG — A federal judge has ordered DuPont to detail who will be liable for any settlements in the C8 lawsuits. U.S. District Judge Edmund A. more »»

Recycling milestone

March 30, 2016 It is a lot of cardboard to pack and a lot of glass to haul, but to many, the Marietta Area Recycling Center is a valuable asset. more »»

Coach, school brass clashed over protocol

March 30, 2016 A review of the personnel file of a Marietta basketball coach showed he had 12 instances of acting without first following a chain of command as well as issues sticking with protocol. more »»

Hazardous Waste Collection Day

March 30, 2016 While throwing out old bills and expired food and bagging up old clothes to donate in the midst of spring cleaning, pay special attention to hard-to-dispose-of hazardous items and get them ready for... more »»

Kids inspire Ohio author

March 30, 2016 Stories of burping in class and having a T-rex for a babysitter garnered school-wide giggles as Washington Elementary welcomed an Ohio author for a day of literacy and laughs Tuesday. more »»

Marietta needs a bus line to use Armory

March 30, 2016 A bus station and ticket office, long included in plans for Marietta's Armory, may not be placed in the building now, according to discussion during city council's Lands, Buildings and Parks... more »»

MHS senior with dyslexia earns $10,000 scholarship

March 29, 2016 A Marietta student who recently received a scholarship from the National Center for Learning Disabilities is looking to bring awareness in addition to normalizing differences like his. more »»

Jail chief demoted over handling money

March 29, 2016 One Washington County Jail sergeant has resigned and the facility’s administrator has been demoted after an internal investigation into recycling program finances was conducted by the Washington... more »»

 
 
 

 

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