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Measles cases spotlight state vaccination laws

February 18, 2015 Measles was declared eradicated 15 years ago in the U.. more »»

Marietta Main Street looks ahead

February 18, 2015 Marietta Main Street discussed the previous year's successes and plans for the upcoming year at the group's annual meeting Tuesday. more »»

Town’s water rate hike cut to 10%

February 18, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN —After a public hearing, the proposed water rate increase for Williamstown has been reduced to 10 percent. more »»

B-V makeover part of district’s changes

February 18, 2015 VINCENT — Those who are familiar with it might not recognize Barlow-Vincent Elementary School next year once it becomes Warren Middle School, considering there will be a new additions-- more walls... more »»

Thief gets a month to repay stolen dollars

February 18, 2015 Sentencing of a Belpre man facing multiple theft charges was delayed Tuesday to give the defendant another month to come up with more than $38,000 in restitution for his victims. Thomas H. Bailey Jr. more »»

Now, it’s winter

February 17, 2015 Winter weather started blanketing the area in snow before noon Monday, causing slick roads. more »»

Marriage equality: Ohio’s not a leader

February 17, 2015 As Ohio remains one of the remaining states in the U.S. more »»

Lancaster Street to be closed Wednesday morning

February 17, 2015 After being closed for part of the day Tuesday due to a water main break, Lancaster Street in Marietta will be open until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. more »»

Kids get a presidential lesson

February 17, 2015 Forecasts for inclement weather resulted in a lighter-than-normal turnout for the annual Presidents Day activities at the Campus Martius Museum Monday. more »»

Marietta church dedicated to unity

February 17, 2015 First Unitarian Universalist Society of Marietta members not only have a commitment to their faith, but a commitment to the community and to the environment. more »»

River City Blues Competition this weekend

February 17, 2015 If this week’s freezing temperatures have you feeling blue, what better way to heat up than listening to the hot sounds emanating from the River City Blues Competition this weekend? The competition,... more »»

Chocoholics say EVE fundraiser at the Betsey a hit

February 16, 2015 Chocolate hazelnut-filled croissants, decadent brownies, chocolate eclairs and cannoli were just a few of 100-plus chocolate inspired desserts that filled the Betsey Mills Club with the unmistakable... more »»

Cause of two separate house fires unknown

February 16, 2015 Fire ripped through two homes Saturday, causing moderate damage from flames, smoke and water. A home at 208 Chestnut St., in the Norwood area, caught fire around 1:30 a.. more »»

Governor’s proposal would place 6.5% increase on oil, gas tax

February 16, 2015 Gov. John Kasich’s proposal to increase the state’s severance tax on oil and gas is not a new idea, but his new proposal of a 6.5 percent rate is leaving some in the industry worried about the impact. more »»

Fingerprinting required for 4-H, other OSU-E programs

February 16, 2015 A newly implemented policy by the Ohio State University means that volunteers with 4-H and Master Gardening across the state must submit to a background check every four years, even if a volunteer... more »»

Kicking the habit, lending a hand

February 16, 2015 Marietta resident Renee Borman cannot look back on experience gained from a single volunteer experience, but she is certainly looking forward to starting one. more »»

Historic firearm display

February 16, 2015 Gun making and other crafts performed during the early days of Marietta's settlement were demonstrated and displayed Saturday during the sixth Contemporary Gunmakers and Allied Artists Show at the... more »»

Parkersburg City Council reviews mayor’s budget

February 16, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The 2015-16 municipal budget proposed by Mayor Bob Newell's administration includes a new stream of revenue and a new line item toward the construction of a multipurpose baseball... more »»

Around town published Feb. 16

February 16, 2015 Chicken pot pie orders being taken Chicken pot pie will be available from the Betsey Mills Club on Feb. 20 and 21. more »»

Habitat gets donation for first Williamstown home

February 16, 2015 From staff reports WILLIAMSTOWN ­ — Williamstown Bank has donated property to Wood County Habitat for Humanity. more »»

 
 
 

 

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