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Sheriff pushes for full-body scanners at jail

June 18, 2016 Washington County Jail corrections officers may soon have a new, high-tech tool in the fight against drugs and illegal contraband, as administrators look to full-body scanning technology as a... more »»

Camp for Children’s Choir

June 18, 2016 A harmony of various young voices resounded in the Hermann Fine Arts Center on Friday as the Marietta Children’s Choir performed for their parents after a week-long choir camp preceding rehearsals. more »»

Teen Advisory Board forms at Barlow library branch

June 18, 2016 From staff reports The Internet replaces things daily, such as writing a letter to a friend, putting a record on the record player, or simply picking up a good book and getting lost in between the... more »»

Civil War re-enactors this weekend at Henderson Hall

June 18, 2016 From staff reports WILLIAMSTOWN —As West Virginia celebrates its 153rd anniversary, Henderson Hall will sponsor its second annual Civil War Re-Enactment on Saturday and Sunday, complete with cannon... more »»

Airport officials hopeful about growth with new carrier

June 18, 2016 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN — When officials from ViaAir came to the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport to discuss their bid for federally subsidized Essential Air Service two... more »»

Stand against hate at Marietta vigil

June 17, 2016 Candles flickered in the dusk as people flooded Muskingum Park’s gazebo area Thursday evening to remember and honor the 49 people who lost their lives in the Orlando nightclub shooting early Sunday. more »»

Soda Museum owner closes up shop

June 17, 2016 After nearly 15 years of being a major attraction in Harmar Village, the Marietta Soda Museum is no more. Located at 109 Maple St. more »»

Warren wants to build new schools

June 17, 2016 VINCENT—A new high school and elementary school, and additional upgrades to the middle school could be in the works for the Warren Local School District if voters approve a bond issue that’s headed... more »»

Council gets police personnel update

June 17, 2016 A new Marietta Police captain and two new officers were announced during Thursday’s regular meeting of Marietta City Council. more »»

County OKs upgrade to jail’s water system

June 17, 2016 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office finally got approval for a water softener system but the proposal for barrier screens at the jail was not approved at Thursday’s meeting of the Washington... more »»

Degrees are part of her story

June 17, 2016 Adelaide H. Hirschi has graduated college and high school simultaneously ... and with a 4.0 grade point average. Adelaide attended Marietta High School for her freshman year. more »»

Bobcats in the air over Marietta

June 16, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN—Wednesday afternoon seemed perfect for flying, with few clouds marring the blue skies above the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airpor. more »»

Veritas Academy adding 2 grades

June 16, 2016 Marietta high school students will have another option for schooling in the city as the Veritas Classical Academy is set to add two high school grades this fall, coming closer to the goal of someday... more »»

Antiques shop now hosts florist

June 16, 2016 From looking to the past to blossoming into the future, Found Antiques is undergoing a transformation as antiques are making room for new flowers growing within. more »»

Project Sound concert in Marietta

June 16, 2016 On Saturday, foreign tunes with a twist will be streaming from the First Congregational United Church of Christ as Project Sound makes its way to Marietta to play some sweet symphonies. more »»

Schools awaiting results on Fenton site soil samples

June 16, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Wood County Schools officials expect environmental study results from the Fenton Art Glass site in Williamstown will be available by the end of the mont. more »»

Frontier students travel to Honduras to build houses

June 15, 2016 As Zach Cunningham, 17, of Newport, entered his home early Saturday morning, fatigued from jet lag and building houses in the summer heat of Honduras, he felt the cool breeze of air-conditioning and... more »»

Active shooter: Urgency to get prepared

June 15, 2016 An increase in active shooter incidents across the country has Washington County law enforcement stepping up training for themselves and for the public. more »»

Airport authority goes with Charlotte connection

June 15, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Flights from the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport will go to Charlotte, N.C., starting this fall if the U.S. more »»

Sky’s the limit at Space Camp

June 15, 2016 Planes, balloons, kites. Twelve-year-old Bijou Burgardt knows they all fly but until this week, she never really wondered ho. more »»



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