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Downtown party

July 4, 2015 In the face of summer showers, John, 57, and Teresa Frey, 54, danced on to the music of the Red White and Brews Festival outside in the Lafayette Hotel parking lot Friday night in downtown Marietta. more »»

 
 
 
Despite its flaws, love for U.S. endures

July 4, 2015 Just like any year, Americans are rolling out the barbecue and setting off fireworks for the Fourth of July holiday. more »»

Area residents urged to be vigilant about terrorist activities

July 4, 2015 From local reports PARKERSBURG— Federal law-enforcement agencies nationwide are on heightened alert for possible terror attacks during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. more »»

Volunteer devotes time to city rec hoops

July 4, 2015 There’s no “I” in team for Gary Turner who volunteers for Susan Joyce, the public facilities clerk and helps her keep Marietta’s Summer League Basketball program “running smoothly. more »»

On the road again for the 4th

July 4, 2015 If you are out on the road this weekend, you are joining nearly 42 million others traveling the highways, airways and waterways to celebrate Independence Day. AAA forecasts 41. more »»

Oil, gas industry honors St. Mary eighth grader

July 4, 2015 By Amanda Nicholson The Marietta Times anicholson@mariettatimes.com For the second year, St. more »»

No serious injury as trash truck tips over

July 4, 2015 By Janelle Patterson The Marietta Times jpatterson@mariettatimes. more »»

Rockets’ red glare

July 3, 2015 As Roman candles and firecrackers fill up carts and get packed into the car with coolers and lawn chairs, consumers are reminded of the laws and dangers of lighting up the night on Independence D. more »»

Grand jury adds to 19-year-old’s troubles

July 3, 2015 A Marietta teen facing child sex charges, who is also in trouble after advising law enforcement that he had injected a 12-year-old with heroin, was among 19 people indicted by a Washington County... more »»

Ohio brews, blues share spotlight

July 3, 2015 Celebrate America’s birthday weekend with an amazing lineup of blues music and locally brewed beer tonight at the 21st annual Red, White and Brews Festival at the Lafayette Hotel. more »»

County hopes oil, gas industry helps ’16 revenue

July 3, 2015 Washington County Commissioners held a public hearing for the 2016 tax budget during their business meeting Thursday, which is submitted mid-way through the year to the state. more »»

Betsey campers show their colors

July 3, 2015 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times Students from the Betsey Mills’ summer camp program proudly march down Putnam Street Thursday morning in patriotic garb as part of the club’s annual Fourth of July... more »»

Betsey campers show their colors

July 3, 2015 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times Students from the Betsey Mills’ summer camp program proudly march down Putnam Street Thursday morning in patriotic garb as part of the club’s annual Fourth of July... more »»

Marietta Council allows temporary BB gun range

July 3, 2015 The Boy Scouts of America once again have authorization to operate a temporary BB gun range during the Washington County Fair this Fall thanks to a vote by Marietta City Council Thursday night. more »»

Drug suspect punished for skipping court

July 3, 2015 From staff reports A Columbus man was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison Thursday for skipping a previous court appearance and trafficking heroin and cocaine. more »»

Cigarette tax

July 2, 2015 Traditional cigarette smokers will have to shell out a little more for a pack of their favorite brands in Ohio after Gov. more »»

2016 tax budget coming from city

July 2, 2015 In order to meet the county’s submission deadline for the city’s tax budget on July 20, Marietta City Council will present the final reading of a resolution to adopt the proposed budget tonight at... more »»

DuPont spin-off officially takes over local site

July 2, 2015 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times WASHINGTON, W.V. more »»

Judge sees potential for man to change

July 2, 2015 A Columbus man who was one of four people arrested in the Harmar area last year after a drug discovery was sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to complete a correctional drug rehabilitation... more »»

New push on traffic safety

July 2, 2015 There have been 487 traffic fatalities across the state this year to date, an increase of 76 from this time last year, and the Ohio Department of Transportation is hoping to bring awareness to the... more »»

Glenwood, Harmar Place sales completed

July 2, 2015 Submitted to The Times United Church Homes, a faith-based nonprofit senior living services provider based in Marion, Ohio, announced Wednesday that acquisition of two senior living communities in... more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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