Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Facebook | Twitter | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS is home to hundreds of pages of information about the area. Use the links on this page to explore the schools, communities, rivers and people that make the area special.

School profiles feature up-to-date profiles on the schools located in the area. Get information on each building of the five districts in the county plus area colleges and private schools.
>> Learn about the schools

Area communities have rich histories that dates back to the 1700s. Explore each of the communities and learn what went into making the area what it is today.
>> Read the profiles
>> View hundreds of photos of dozens of communities on CU
>> Learn how communities got their names

Historical Marietta
Marietta was settled in 1788 and has been an important part of the Mid-Ohio for more than 200 years.
>> Explore Marietta

Historical Front Pages
The Times has been publishing in Marietta since 1864. View front pages from the key events here or view pages from each date in Time Capsule.

The Rivers
The Ohio River makes up the southern boundary of Washington County while the Muskingum River cuts it in two. The rivers were an early lifeline for those living in the Mid-Ohio Valley and still add an important part to life here.
>> Information on the waterways
Marietta Then and Now
Explore Marietta now and in the past through this online interactive photo exhibit.
>> Start your journey
Where we worship
Step into some of the churches that help make the area special
>> Visit now
Grave matters
Explore the historic cemeteries that dot the Washington County area
>> Learn more

Area parks
The MOV is full of great parks, some dating back to the pioneer days.
>> Learn more

Public officials
Address and phone numbers of those elected to serve the area.
>> List of officials
Looking for a club to join, or a park to play in, you will find it in our resource section.
>> Find what you are looking for here


Brown Baggin' Thru History April 3, 2015

The legend of Johnny Appleseed is based upon the life of a real person. Born into a poor Yankee family on the eve of the American Revolution, the young John Chapman headed west in the last years of the 18th century. more »

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