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Frozen in time: Henderson Hall provides unique glimpse into past

November 28, 2015 The Henderson Plantation in the early 1800s was massive — covering some 2,000 acres of prime land near Williamstow. more »»

Retail’s prime time

November 28, 2015 Though some barely finished scraping the last of the Thanksgiving leftovers off their dishes before leaving to hunt for Black Friday savings, many in the Marietta area shopping Friday demonstrated a... more »»

OSU fans anxious

November 28, 2015 For Williamstown resident Bob “Buckeye Bob” Kyer, even paying a trip to the state of Michigan is a cringe-worthy decision. more »»

Some shoppers shun early bird strategy

November 28, 2015 PARKERSBURG — For more than two decades, wherever they were celebrating Thanksgiving, Sandy Pickrell and her daughter-in-law Chevonne ventured out to shop on Black Friday. more »»

Send Help campaign in full swing

November 28, 2015 In between leftover Thanksgiving turkey and batches of holiday cookies, area residents can help hungry individuals and families by assisting local food pantries. more »»

WSCC respiratory therapy gets new equipment

November 28, 2015 Respiratory therapists are the little known guardians of healthy breathing, working across the medical gambit from neonatal care to surgical ai. more »»

Settlement in Little Hocking Water Association case

November 28, 2015 By Jeffrey Saulton Special to the Times COLUMBUS — A settlement in a 2009 lawsuit brought by a local water supplier over C8 contamination may be resolved soon. more »»

Spirit of giving

November 27, 2015 A warm meal with old friends and neighbors is the reason many chose to attend the different free community dinners in the area Thursda. more »»

Holiday 5K: ‘Something healthy to do’

November 27, 2015 McCONNELSVILLE — In the chilly hours as the sun rose above the hills of McConnelsville, over 50 Morgan County residents turned out to prepare for their evening feast by getting in a few miles of... more »»

Theater announces 1st series

November 27, 2015 With its January grand opening weekend nearly sold out, Peoples Bank Theatre, in downtown Marietta, is announcing its inaugural series of concerts in the newly-restored historic hall. more »»

Around town

November 27, 2015 Entries open for Belpre holiday parade The Belpre Holiday Lights parade is accepting entries for the annual event set for Saturday. more »»

Salvation Army serves meals in Parkersburg

November 27, 2015 PARKERSBURG — It was the first Thanksgiving in Parkersburg for Majors Mike and Nettie Morton of the Salvation Army. It was smiles all around for a bit. Then notes began being made for next yea. more »»

Being thankful

November 26, 2015 Whether local residents are spending today with family, friends or neighbors, gratitude and sharing are the basis of the Thanksgiving holida. more »»

Judge tells potential jurors to show up

November 26, 2015 It might be a lesson to anyone who is thinking about skipping jury duty next time around as 55 Washington County residents have been called to report to Washington County Common Pleas Court to... more »»

Woman ordered to repay $50,000

November 26, 2015 From staff reports A Williamstown woman who was found to be running checks from other people to send money to an online boyfriend was sentenced to 32 days in the Washington County Jail and was... more »»

Area Christmas parades ahead

November 26, 2015 Streets in the Mid-Ohio Valley will be aglow with Christmas spirit over the weekend as multiple communities put on holiday light parades. more »»

Wood BOE spends $185,000 for security cameras

November 26, 2015 By Michael Erb Special to the Times The Wood County Board of Education Tuesday approved a $185,000 contract for purchase and installation of security cameras at schools throughout the district. more »»

Hunters gear up

November 25, 2015 Next week, Ohio’s deer hunters will take to the woods and into their tree stands when the state’s deer-gun hunting season officially kicks off Monday. more »»

Close-to-home views on Syrian refugees

November 25, 2015 Carved into the base of the Statue of Liberty are the welcoming words of the poet Emma Lazarus, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the retched refuse of... more »»

Marietta shop owners tout their wares

November 25, 2015 The Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau is set to launch its 25 Days of Merry-Etta campaign during this year's Small Business Saturday to encourage residents and visitors to... more »»



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