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July 26, 2014 Two cars traveling in opposite directions down Mulberry Street in Marietta have to use good communication skills to take turns passing, as the narrow little alley, one of dozens throughout the city,... more »»

Working out kinks in texting ban

July 26, 2014 After a full week of handing out citations, Marietta police are seeing very little decrease in the amount of city drivers using cell phones. As of 1 p.m. more »»

Burglars hit pharmacy in Williamstown

July 26, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Police are investigating a breaking and entering at the Williamstown Pharmacy where intruders rummaged for cash and drugs early Thursday morning, authorities said. more »»

Donations needed for Devola rec areas

July 26, 2014 For the past 43 years Devola’s pool has provided the community with a cool respite during hot summer days. more »»

Keeping streets clean

July 26, 2014 Purchased last year to replace a five-year-old model, Marietta’s street sweeper came with a hefty price tag. more »»

Graduation test results are in

July 26, 2014 Results of the 2014 Ohio Graduation Test are in, with some area schools showing significant leaps in passing rates when compared to last year’s test. more »»

Devola sewer issue brought before City Council

July 26, 2014 Washington County Commission President Ron Feathers is hoping to meet soon with Marietta City Council to discuss ongoing issues with the Devola sewer project. more »»

Around town published July 26

July 26, 2014 Fine Arts and Crafts Show this weekend The 47th annual Howard Chandler Christy Art Guild Fine Arts and Crafts Show will be held Saturday and Sunday at 10th and Main streets in McConnelsville. more »»

Tight Turns

July 25, 2014 A large blackened area of scraped-up pavement is evidence of another tractor-trailer driver’s attempt to make an ill-fated left hand turn from Groves Avenue onto Ohio 676 at the top of Slaughterhous... more »»

A new date for the county fair?

July 25, 2014 Instead of attending the Washington County Fair on Labor Day weekend, imagine going more than a month earlier, around the Fourth of July. more »»

Lawrence kids must relocate

July 25, 2014 With less than a month until the start of the school year, families of the now-closed Lawrence Elementary School are making plans for children to attend elsewhere, with the majority headed to Newpor... more »»

Flatbed’s load hits bridge in Belpre

July 25, 2014 BELPRE - A backhoe was knocked off a flatbed at the train trestle over Main Street Thursday afternoon and fell atop a couple cars, injuring a woman. The accident happened around 4:45 p.m. more »»

Memorial Bridge to close for repairs

July 25, 2014 Annual maintenance on the Memorial Bridge is slated to start a week from Monday and wrap up before the start of the Parkersburg Homecoming. more »»

Where we worship

July 25, 2014 TUNNEL—Every Sunday, residents of the Tunnel community are hearkened to worship by the deep melodic booms of a large black bell perched in the lawn of Tunnel United Methodist Church. more »»

County enters road use agreement

July 25, 2014 Washington County Commissioners signed a Road Use Maintenance Agreement with EdgeMarc Energy Thursday, allowing the company the use of several county roads to remove drilling equipment. more »»

Around Town

July 25, 2014 Volunteer firfighter session offered Anyone interested in information on becoming a volunteer firefighter in Ohio is invited to attend an informational session by Jerry Green, a volunteer firefighte... more »»

Taxes generated by visitors on the rise in 2014

July 24, 2014 Marietta’s bed tax revenues have continued to rise through the first half of 2014, according to the Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, which reported a 23. more »»

MMH blood bank to close

July 24, 2014 Memorial Health System’s blood bank—one of the last remaining independently run blood banks in the state—will be halting operations within the next few weeks. more »»

Harmar Days delights many

July 24, 2014 For around 30 years, the Harmar Days Street Festival has graced Harmar Village, bringing forth a flurry of shoppers and creating sights to see during an activity-packed weekend. more »»

Around Town

July 24, 2014 Arts, crafts show in McConnelsville The 47th annual Howard Chandler Christy Art Guild Fine Arts and Crafts Show will be held Saturday and Sunday at 10th and Main streets in McConnelsville. more »»

Comic Con returns to Marietta

July 24, 2014 Fans are gearing up to meet their favorite super hero or to don their own capes and masks this weekend as the fourth annual River City Comic Con draws nea. more »»



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