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WSCC trustees OK tuition hike

March 18, 2014 Washington State Community College kicked off its 2014 Annual Fund Campaign to rally for new donors for its foundation's scholarships and to thank current ones while also approving a tuition increas... more »»

Warren makes plans for Straight A program

March 18, 2014 VINCENT — At the regular board meeting Monday, the Warren Local Schools Board of Education discussed further plans to prepare the district for Straight A Fund changes that will affect both teachers,... more »»

Serving frozen assets

March 18, 2014 As the end of next week arrives, a new frozen yogurt shop, Whirl, will be serving up 10 flavors of frozen yogurt and all the toppings a bowl can hold. more »»

Grant sought for WHS Prevention Resource Officer

March 18, 2014 An application for a $20,000 grant to continue funding the Prevention Resource Officer at Williamstown High School was unanimously approved Monday by the Wood County Commission. more »»

Around town

March 18, 2014 Pancake breakfast helps class reunion The alumni class reunion for classes 1969-1989 are holding their third annual pancake breakfast at Newport Elementary School from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. more »»

Home work

March 17, 2014 More than 30 exhibitors of everything from paving stones and shrubbery to custom-built kitchens and baths were part of this weekend’s 38th annual Washington County Homebuilders Home Show at the... more »»

Eagle Scout project of the year

March 17, 2014 WATERTOWN TWP. more »»

Slam dunk for Upward Basketball

March 17, 2014 On any given winter Saturday, the sounds of dribbling basketballs and swooshing nets are likely to be emanating from the gymnasium at Tunnel United Methodist Church. more »»

Slam dunk for Upward Basketball

March 17, 2014 On any given winter Saturday, the sounds of dribbling basketballs and swooshing nets are likely to be emanating from the gymnasium at Tunnel United Methodist Church. more »»

Hundreds enjoy blues fest dedicated to ‘Cobbler’ John

March 17, 2014 Music lovers united at the Lafayette Hotel on Saturday for the second day of the 23rd annual River City Blues Festival in downtown Marietta. more »»

Around town

March 17, 2014 Free legal clinic offered Wednesday The Washington County Bar Association and Southeastern Ohio Legal Services will offer a free legal clinic from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at St. more »»

Feelin' blue(s)

March 15, 2014 Two award-winning blues musicians—one with almost 50 years-experience and another credited for rocking out with Grammy award-winning musicians—took the stage with their respective bands as the 23rd... more »»

Fire at fairgrounds second in year

March 15, 2014 Most of the equine occupants returned Friday morning to the Washington County Fairgrounds’ race horse bar. more »»

Spelling Bee champ crowned

March 15, 2014 After his fourth and final appearance and following his runner-up finish in 2013, River Elementary eighth-grader Peyton Hall, 14, won the 34th annual Marietta Times Regional Spelling Bee on Friday... more »»

Tickets for texting to start in July

March 15, 2014 Though more than 270 citations have been issued by the Ohio State Highway Patrol for drivers across the state who are texting while driving from March 2013 through the end of last month, local law... more »»

Where We Worship: St. Luke's Episcopal

March 15, 2014 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s was originally at the corner of Fourth and Scammel streets when the church building was built in 1833. Rev. David Ruppe said the parish was formed in the late 1820s. more »»

Annual Garden Party ushers in spring

March 15, 2014 To help foster a desire for spring, the Master Gardener Volunteers at the Ohio State University extension office will be throwing its 31st Garden Party next Thursday, officially themed “Promises of... more »»

Prank leads to drug bust, jail time

March 15, 2014 A Reynoldsburg man who was caught hiding meth in a cigarette pack after pulling a prank in a Belpre fast food drive-thru was sentenced Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to spend the nex... more »»

Lawsuits from C8 case keep coming in

March 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Another 67 lawsuits were filed in Wood County Circuit Court Friday against DuPont by individuals claiming personal injury from the exposure to C8, a chemical the company used to... more »»

Around town published March 15

March 15, 2014 New River school will be dedicated An open house and ribbon cutting ceremony for River Elementary School will be held at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at the new site, 52558 River High School Road, Hannibal. more »»



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