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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 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 »»

Bikers vs.Heroin

April 15, 2016 Heroin addiction has impacted a lot of Mid-Ohio Valley residents, but one group recently got so tired of it that they decided to take action. more »»

Server likes to treat customers

April 15, 2016 BEVERLY—A good employee working at a fast food joint will likely greet you with a smile and make sure your order is correct, but one Morgan High School student is surpassing that expectatio. more »»

Catholic Schools Week observed

April 15, 2016 A week of celebration and religious affirmation began Monday and continued through today, as Catholic Schools Week was held for two area school. more »»

Puppets come to life at Harmar

April 15, 2016 By Brittany Landers The Marietta Times blanders@mariettatimes. more »»

Jury convicts Vincent man out of home invasion

April 15, 2016 From staff reports A Vincent man who was accused of driving the getaway car during a home invasion over the summer was found guilty of complicity in aggravated burglary, complicity in aggravated... more »»

Crash near Waterford

April 15, 2016 ART SMITH The Marietta Times Trooper Lea Mikes of the Ohio State Highway Patrol examines a car after an early morning wreck on Ohio 339 near Watertown Thursday. more »»

Competition benefits Ronald McDonald charities

April 14, 2016 Area doctors are trading in their scrubs and stethoscopes for sequins and quick steps for an upcoming event promising to provide entertainment plus awareness for children’s charities. more »»

Fort Frye teacher’s death shocks district

April 14, 2016 Those in the Fort Frye Local school district are mourning the loss of a music teacher who died unexpectedly Tuesday evening. more »»

Middle school students train to lead

April 14, 2016 It was all about what a leader really looks like Wednesday, as middle school-aged students learned about courage, selflessness and creativity at the Washington County Youth Leadership Summit. more »»

Community Service Day

April 14, 2016 Spring is in the air, which also means there will be plenty of work to do to clean up public spaces and spruce up the areas where residents work and play. more »»

The 4-year option

April 13, 2016 The third time may be a charm for House Bill 474, mentioned by Gov. more »»



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