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Council votes 4-3 to approve Butler St. sidewalk

April 8, 2016 Legislation authorizing the installation of a sidewalk along the south side of Butler Street between Third and Fourth streets was narrowly passed by Marietta City Council Thursday. more »»

Oxender apologizes for Facebook post about ODOT jobs that sparked uproar

April 8, 2016 A statement on the Facebook page of Marietta City Councilwoman Cindy Oxender, R-at large, has caught the attention of publications far outside the Pioneer City, including an article in The New York... more »»

Pills in jail cost woman time in prison

April 8, 2016 A Marietta woman who caused a frenzy in the Washington County Jail after she spilled pills inside was sentenced to 30 months in prison Thursday in Washington County Common Pleas Court. Ginger K. more »»

First job and college fair at WCCC

April 8, 2016 Rodney Delancy, 49, of Williamstown, took advantage of the 80 job placement booths during the Washington County Career Center's first Job and College Fair. more »»

2 from MC win PioBiz contest

April 8, 2016 Those looking to strike it rich from black gold can first learn from the experience and entrepreneurship two Marietta College students are bringing to the area after winning a $10,000 grant to start... more »»

Vienna’s new water tests stay within limits on C8 content

April 8, 2016 VIENNA, W.Va. - The latest test results for C8 in Vienna water showed levels relatively unchanged from last month's sampling, city officials said on Thursday. more »»

Cocaine trafficking lands teen in prison

April 8, 2016 From staff reports A young Columbus man who was found to be involved in a cocaine trafficking incident while in Marietta last year was sentenced to 180 days in jail and enrollment in a SEPTA... more »»

Continuance in stalker case

April 8, 2016 From staff reports A motion to modify the bond conditions of the former commander of the Marietta Post of the Ohio Highway Patrol was continued yet again Thursday afternoon. more »»

Marietta centerstage

April 7, 2016 Highlighting everything from College Credit Plus to the state’s ongoing battle against drug addiction, Ohio Go. more »»

Dignitaries draw lots of onlookers

April 7, 2016 It is not every day that the streets of downtown Marietta are filled with law enforcement vehicles and the sidewalks are full of people in suits, but that was just the scene passersby and residents... more »»

Protesters take the opportunity to make their points

April 7, 2016 "Stop Kasich’s attack on women in Ohio,” was the wording on several placards carried by protesters supporting Planned Parenthood during Gov. more »»

Marietta Shines

April 7, 2016 Downtown Marietta was awash with visitors, many from the Columbus area, Wednesday, prior to Ohio Gov. John Kasich's State of the State address at the Peoples Bank Theatr. more »»

Governor’s cabinet visits area

April 7, 2016 Members of Gov. more »»

Annual public service awards presented

April 7, 2016 BEVERLY—Public service honorees, many of whom were chosen by their peers, humbly received medals and certificates during the Muskingum Valley Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday. more »»

Warren Elementary fundraiser

April 7, 2016 Many parents of school-age children know that it takes a team effort from administrators, parents and students to make the learning experience a success. more »»

Kasich speaks at 7 tonight

April 6, 2016 Ohio Gov. more »»

EPA firm on Devola sewer

April 6, 2016 In spite of protests from the Washington County Commissioners, the county health department, and Devola residents, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s 2012 order to construct a community-wide... more »»

Judge gives man ‘a chance’ at rehab

April 6, 2016 A Marietta man was sentenced to 180 days in jail Tuesday for physically assaulting his girlfriend. Ryan G. Matheny, 29, of 228 Oakwood Av. more »»

Tricycle trips benefit St. Jude’s

April 6, 2016 Eager cyclists lined up their pink princess bikes and classic red Radio Flyer trikes Tuesday to ride in style and raise funds at St. Mary School. more »»

Town’s sidewalk bid opening on April 19

April 6, 2016 By Jeffrey Saulton Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN —After years of waiting and filing form after form, the long-awaited sidewalk is one step closer to completion. more »»

 
 
 

 

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