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Area pools opening for season and ready for fun seekers

May 25, 2015 Alava Burkhart, 7, of Marietta, flew down the slide of the Marietta Aquatic Center Sunday afternoon, as the pool opened up for its second day of the season. “(I like) all the water,” said Burkhart. more »»

Update: Man’s injuries ‘very critical’

May 25, 2015 A Washington County Jail inmate who jumped from the third floor of the Washington County Courthouse Friday has been listed in “very critical” condition at Marietta Memorial Hospital, according to th... more »»

New book store opens in Putnam Commons

May 25, 2015 A new store has opened for business on the 200 block of Putnam Street and employees have big plans for the future. more »»

Marietta graduates ready to make waves in the workforce

May 25, 2015 More than 200 made up the 2015 graduating class of Marietta High School and made the next step to join the workforce or go on to college by turning their tassels Sunday evening at Marietta College’s... more »»

Fort Frye seniors bid farewell to ‘The Fort’

May 25, 2015 BEVERLY — Under a bright, sunny spring sky, 82 students took the first steps into their post high school lives Saturday at Fort Frye High School. more »»

Waterford students encouraged to reach for the stars

May 25, 2015 WATERFORD—The Waterford High School Class of 2015 was 55 strong Sunday afternoon, with each graduate ready to begin the next chapter of his or her life, whether heading for college, entering the... more »»

Paying it forward: Volunteer gives St. Mary a boost

May 25, 2015 A love of his daughter’s school led Vince Stollar, 45, to become the president of St. Mary School’s boosters club. more »»

Steampunk convention a fun event for a worthy cause

May 25, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Looking back at a hopeful time while raising money so many women can have hope for a better future was the aim of a steampunk convention held over the weekend in Parkersbur. more »»

Around town published May 25

May 25, 2015 Participants sought for Flag Day events The Reno Lions Club is looking for participants to be in the annual Flag Day Parade to be held on June 14 in Reno. Line-up begins at 2:30 p.m. more »»

Inmate hurt in courthouse jump

May 23, 2015 A Washington County Jail inmate remained at Marietta Memorial Hospital late Friday after jumping from a third floor walkway at the Washington County Courthouse earlier in the day. more »»

Revenge cited as motive for S. 5th St. fire

May 23, 2015 The Marietta Police Department has charged five local people with involvement in a May 7 arson on S. Fifth Street, a fire that was set as revenge against a resident, according to police. more »»

New pavilion dedicated at Flanders Field

May 23, 2015 What began as a community request to city councilman Tom Vukovic for a place to hold Sunday picnics culminated Friday in the dedication of a new pavilion at Flanders Field. more »»

Anticipation for Warren grads

May 23, 2015 Mortarboards were hefted to the ceiling and roaring applause filled the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center Friday, where 184 of the “Warrior Nation” matriculated at Warren High School’s 55th annual... more »»

Belpre grads told to hold onto values

May 23, 2015 BELPRE — For 82 Belpre High School students, a new chapter in their lives began as they said their goodbyes to their school at Friday’s graduation ceremony. more »»

Belpre grads told to hold onto values

May 23, 2015 BELPRE — For 82 Belpre High School students, a new chapter in their lives began as they said their goodbyes to their school at Friday’s graduation ceremony. more »»

Memories flow at Frontier graduation

May 23, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS — Families and friends gathered Friday evening to recognize the awarding of 54 diplomas to the Frontier High School class of 201. more »»

House built on old Woodsfield foundation

May 23, 2015 WOODSFIELD—Nestled on Eastern Avenue near the public library in Woodsfield sits an historic home turned museum, the Hollister-Parry House, which is in the process of undergoing restoration work by... more »»

Drug suspect ingests 10 grams of heroin

May 23, 2015 From staff reports More than 10 grams of heroin had to be removed from a Newport woman by medical staff after she allegedly swallowed it while being booked into the Washington County Jail Thursday. more »»


May 22, 2015 NEWPORT—For the past 12 years, Principal Greg Morus and secretary Judy Murphy have served as the central heart of Newport Elementar. more »»

Newport kindergartner’s handwriting tops in Ohio

May 22, 2015 NEWPORT—It is common for a kindergartener to have trouble with spacing and sizing when writing in print, but Newport Elementary student Caitlyn Hanes is an expert in her age group. more »»

Ohioans warned about Lyme disease

May 22, 2015 With outdoor activity increasing as the weather warms, local health officials stress the importance of guarding against infection by the blacklegged tick, a known carrier of tick-borne illness in... more »»



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