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August 27, 2016 s the leaves become golden so do fall’s favorite fruits. more »»

2 cold cases get new attention

August 27, 2016 Two Washington County cold cases may be about to heat up as investigators resume interviews and review evidence on the 24-year old homicide of Patsy Sparks and the 26-year old murder of Terri Roach... more »»

EVE auction draws bidders

August 27, 2016 By Hannah Kittle The Marietta Times The Lafayette Hotel was filled to the brim with community members perusing art and other finds, delighted to help fund EVE Inc. more »»

She’s 102 and full of spunk

August 27, 2016 Imagine living through the first and second world wars, seeing the transition from horses to cars and being among the first women to vot. more »»

Marietta to unveil redesigned website

August 27, 2016 It’s been about seven years since the city of Marietta’s website,, has been upgraded, and that’s just too long, according to the city’s information systems administrator. more »»

Probe focuses on Belpre contractor

August 27, 2016 From staff reports VIENNA, W.Va. – Vienna Police are asking residents who have a contract and paid for work from AMC Remodeling Inc., but no work has been done, to contact the department. more »»

Around town

August 27, 2016 Singers sought for Choral Society Choral singers from the Mid-Ohio Valley are being recruited for the 2016-17 concert season of the Parkersburg Choral Society. more »»

Betsey Mills Club’s future

August 26, 2016 The board of the Betsey Mills Club is looking to continue to grow its number of users, and will soon be welcoming a new executive director into the facility. more »»

Beverly’s pool turns $800 profit

August 26, 2016 Earlier this year, it was safe to say fans of the Beverly-Waterford Community Pool had quite the scare, but after this year’s pool profitable season, the Beverly-Waterford community has much less... more »»

Cost of MFD ambulance going up $35

August 26, 2016 Patients transported to the hospital by a Marietta Fire Department ambulance unit will be billed an additional $35 for the trip beginning next month, according to a request Chief C.W. more »»

Havin’ a party

August 26, 2016 HANNAH KITTLE The Marietta Times Kay Boyle, 94, of Marietta, a resident within the Alzheimer's unit, enjoys dressing up at the Marietta Center on Thursday for Luau Day during Spirit Week. more »»

Private funding fills the gaps for recycling center

August 26, 2016 Even though the Southeastern Ohio Joint Solid Waste Management District denied funding for the nonprofit Marietta Area Recycling Center, a private company has helped provide the resources the... more »»

Toddler safe after Amber Alert

August 26, 2016 From staff reports An Amber Alert was issued around 2:30 a.m. more »»

Classes begin in Marietta, Wolf Creek and Frontier

August 25, 2016 The first day back to school can be a bundle of feelings for everyone. more »»

MC’s freshmen move in

August 25, 2016 Butler Street was filled with 18-year-olds on Wednesday as eager Marietta College freshmen carried their dorm room decorations and bags of clothes to their new home for the school year. more »»

Jumper gets jail time

August 25, 2016 A Waterford man was finally sentenced this week for crimes he committed prior to jumping over a railing at the Washington County Courthouse last year, following an extensive recovery from injuries h... more »»

City to invite engineering firm proposals

August 25, 2016 The city's engineering department on Wednesday asked for legislation authorizing a request for qualifications from engineering firms to provide professional engineering, architectural and surveying... more »»

Good news, sort of, on science test scores in Wood Co.

August 25, 2016 PARKERSBURG —A breakdown of preliminary test scores shows while Wood County students' performance dipped in science, they remained at or above state levels in every grade. more »»

Parkersburg volleyball courts remain closed after injury

August 25, 2016 PARKERSBURG - Sand volleyball courts at City and Southwood parks remain closed after a young woman was injured by broken glass in the City Park court Tuesday. more »»


August 25, 2016 County fair board election Sept. 5 The annual election for Washington County Fair Board of Directors will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 5 in the Home Arts building. more »»



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