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Coming soon: Residential treatment homes

April 19, 2016 When the Washington County Behavioral Health Board purchased a house on Fifth Street years ago in the hopes of turning it into a drug treatment facility, no one expected a number of groups to not... more »»

New WSCC trustee from Morgan Co.

April 19, 2016 The Washington State Community College Board of Trustees welcomed a new member Monday afternoon during its regular monthly meeting. Staci Matheney, 48, of McConnelsville, was appointed by Gov. more »»

Newport organizes effort to improve test scores

April 19, 2016 By Brittany Landers The Marietta Times blanders@mariettatimes.com NEW MATAMORAS- In an effort to improve state testing scores, Newport Elementary is rolling out a new initiative. more »»

City Council hits a bump in transfer of O’Neill Center

April 19, 2016 Uncertainty about the inclusion of a reversion clause in documentation transferring the O'Neill Center property from the city of Marietta to the O'Neill Center Board could be an obstacle to the... more »»

Belpre board recognizes Dr. John Piersol

April 19, 2016 BELPRE - An important part of Belpre City Schools' athletic department was recognized Monday as he ends 28 years of involvement as team doctor for Belpre High School. Dr. more »»

Lying to police costs woman 60 days in jail

April 19, 2016 From staff reports A Marietta woman who helped provide false alibis for men involved in a violent Vincent home invasion last summer was sentenced to 60 days in jail during a hearing in Washington... more »»

Volunteers pitch in to work on service projects

April 18, 2016 A better day couldn't have been picked Saturday for the 20th annual Community Service Day in Marietta. more »»

Free ballet as part of summer program

April 18, 2016 The Washington County Girls and Boys Club will be offering basic ballet classes as part of the club's annual summer program this year. more »»

Lions Club collects old paint, tires at former Fenton site

April 18, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Thousands of unused cans of paint and hundreds of tires were collected Saturday for proper disposal during the second year of a dropoff program organized by the Lions Clubs in... more »»

Fish were biting at derby

April 18, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Fish tales about the one that got away for a new generation were made Saturday when more than 600 children turned out for the 36th annual Parkersburg Fishing Derby at City Park and... more »»

Gift will help Discovery Garden

April 18, 2016 Marietta Morning Rotary recently received $2,000 from Shelly & Sands, Inc. The $2,000 gift card to Greenleaf Landscapes will assist the club in their continued efforts to beautify Discovery Gardens. more »»

Music in Schools program gets a boost

April 18, 2016 VIENNA — West Virginia First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin spoke Saturday about the importance of supporting local programs and organizations to members of the West Virginia Symphony League of... more »»

State surveyors visit area, learn how land was mapped

April 18, 2016 By Robert A. DeFrank Times Leader Staff Writer Surveyors from sites across the state will gather April 29 to attend a historical presentation as part of their continuing education. more »»

Around town

April 18, 2016 Spring Ring handbell choir concert Four local hand bell choirs will be joining together for a Spring Ring at 7 p.m. Sunday. The concert will be held at the Basilica of S. more »»

Parenting, again

April 16, 2016 The role of “grandparent” has become more all-inclusive than ever as current statistics show the number of American children being raised solely by grandparents, . more »»

Church pastor accused of trying to seduce a minor

April 16, 2016 PARKERSBURG — A Parkersburg man serving as a student pastor at the First Baptist Church of Williamstown was arrested Friday afternoon on a charge of use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a... more »»

Geese leave their mark in city

April 16, 2016 By Sam Shawver The Marietta Times sshawver@mariettatimes.com It’s nesting season, and the geese were back at the Buckeye Park pond Friday afternoo. more »»

Tuesday drill simulates hazardous spill

April 16, 2016 The Local Emergency Planning Commission will conduct a training exercise at the Washington County Emergency Operations Center Tuesday focused on handling a hazardous materials incident. more »»

Young artists display creations

April 16, 2016 Young local artists have shown once again that they have the vision to create historical figures out of erasers and bring football legend Woody Hayes back to life through paint via the Mid-Ohio... more »»

Morning Rotary gets $2,000 gift for garden

April 16, 2016 Marietta Morning Rotary recently received $2,000 from Shelly & Sands, Inc. The $2,000 gift card to Greenleaf Landscapes will assist the club in their continued efforts to beautify Discovery Gardens. more »»

 
 
 

 

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