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Flood of criticism

April 18, 2014 U.S. Re. more »»

Insurance fraud alleged

April 18, 2014 Jeffrey S. Dowler, 48, of 1740 Mathiot St., Parkersburg, was arrested Wednesday evening on a fourth-degree felony charge of insurance fraud involving a Lowell property he owns. more »»

Oak Grove Christian school forming

April 18, 2014 This fall, the Oak Grove Recreation Center will be home to a new preschool and kindergarten. more »»

Beverly-Waterford 225th anniversary falls on Easter Sunday

April 18, 2014 Birthday bells will be ringing Sunday in Beverly and Waterford as the communities celebrate their 225th birthday, and plans for more celebrations throughout the year are under way. more »»

Reminder on Armory Square parking

April 18, 2014 Enforcement of city parking regulations in the Armory Square parking lot will resume May 1, according to an announcement by Marietta safety-service director Jonathan Hupp during Thursday’s regular... more »»

‘Every day should be Earth Day’

April 18, 2014 Though area schools have been on spring break all week, the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County has made sure to teach area children some important lessons about taking care of the earth. more »»

Fort Frye hires next high school principal

April 18, 2014 BEVERLY — Fort Frye High will have a new principal next school year after the Fort Frye Local Board of Education approved a new hire to take the place of principal Susan Rauch at its Thursday evenin... more »»

County looks at raising sewer rates

April 18, 2014 The sewer rates for Washington County were last raised in 2009 and over that time, the county has been losing money, commissioners said at their meeting Thursday. more »»

Around town

April 18, 2014 Saturday meeting on Cobra Pipeline A meeting will be held at 11 a.m. more »»

Williamstown celebrates Tree City milestone

April 18, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — The City of Williamstown will celebrate being named Tree City USA for the 30th year with a ceremony next week, officials said. more »»

Small & historic

April 17, 2014 WATERTOWN—Walking down the main thoroughfare of Watertown feels a bit like scouting set locations for a very wide range of movie genres. more »»

Forum gathers area views on public schools

April 17, 2014 Approximately 60 people attended a Regional Community Forum on Public Education in the Alma McDonough Auditorium at Marietta College Wednesday evening. more »»

Safety campaigns aimed at motorists and motorcyclists

April 17, 2014 As warmer weather begins to move in, motorists should be keeping their eyes open for a large number of motorcycles coming back to the roadway. more »»

WCCC student excels in welding

April 17, 2014 Washington County Career Center senior Amber Suprano, 19, may be one of the few females that have gone through the school’s welding program, but that has not stopped her from topping her class and... more »»

Life of crime, addiction

April 17, 2014 VINCENT- — Silence settled over Lynn Laing's normally talkative third period health class Wednesday as Dan Baxter walked to the front of the room. more »»

Mayor names facilities foreman

April 17, 2014 The spring grass is growing in the city of Marietta’s parks, cemeteries, municipal building lawns and other green spaces. more »»

2 teens accused of burglarizing home

April 17, 2014 Two teenagers accused of forcing their way into a Lower Salem home and stealing several items were arrested Tuesday after a week of investigation. Branden D. Ramage, 19, of 206 Jennison S. more »»

Around town

April 17, 2014 Camp Hervida Road closed indefinitely Camp Hervida Road in Watertown Township will be closed at mile marker 538 due to structure failure. The road will be closed until further notice. more »»

Pets for Easter

April 16, 2014 It’s springtime and the baby chicks and ducklings are back in area farm stores, just in time for Easter. But you might want to think twice about picking one up for your children to play with. more »»

Burglar/thief says he’s ‘the fall guy’

April 16, 2014 A former Lower Salem man sentenced to more than a decade in prison Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court asked for leniency and said he was unfairly taking all the blame for the crimes. more »»



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