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11.5 acres of Hino annexed

November 10, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Commission approved a petition Monday filed on behalf of the city of Williamstown to annex 11.5 acres near the Hino Motors Manufacturing facility. more »»

Furnace repair, replacement program

November 10, 2015 As the days get both colder and shorter, many have begun to turn on the heat in their homes. But for some, now is the time when they realize their old furnace is dead or at least in need of repairs. more »»

Friends of Library sale

November 10, 2015 From mystery novels to cookbooks, hundreds of used books are on currently for sale at the Friends of the Marietta Library Used Book Sale. more »»

Applicants for Belpre’s Third Ward seat sought

November 10, 2015 BELPRE — Belpre city officials are looking for people interested in serving the city's Third Ward in the upcoming ter. more »»

Events around the Valley observe Veterans Day

November 10, 2015 From staff reports A number of parades and ceremonies are planned for Wednesday in honor of Veterans Day throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley. more »»

Veterans honored with cookout

November 9, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — Local veterans got to get together Sunday to spend time with each other and honor the service of so many to this country. more »»

Air Force band brings crowd to Smoot Theatre

November 9, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A special Air Force musical ensemble entertained many from around the community Sunday at the Smoot Theatre in Parkersburg. more »»

Birds and other creatures head south

November 9, 2015 As leaves turn orange and the air turns cool, the lively chirping of summertime birds is slowly replaced by near silence as nature’s aviators either prepare to settle into the area for the winter or... more »»

Shoppers find bargains at Unique Boutique

November 9, 2015 Racks and tables full of gently used clothing attracted bargain hunters from the area to the 31st annual fall Unique Boutique sponsored by the Zonta Club of Marietta. more »»

Free book event draws crowd

November 9, 2015 When it was all said and done an estimated 4,500 books were claimed by over 500 attendees at this year’s Ely Chapman Fall Festival and Book Giveaway on Saturday. more »»

SleepOut brings homeless issue to forefront

November 9, 2015 VIENNA — About 300 volunteers showed up to show "There is more than meets the eye" when it comes to homeless youth at the second annual Parkersburg SleepOut at the Jackson Memorial Park ballfields i... more »»

Around town published Nov. 9

November 9, 2015 Silent auction to benefit Hervida 4-H camp Hervida 4-H Camp Building Fund Drawing & Silent Auction will be held Saturday at the Churchtown K of C Hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.. more »»

Residents weigh in on raise for Parkersburg mayor

November 9, 2015 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — As Parkersburg City Council considers whether to raise the mayor's salary starting in 2017, residents weighed in on how much they think the city's... more »»

Zoning changes

November 7, 2015 Taking a drive up Meadow Lane through the Chestnut Hills neighborhood, one passes quietly by Selby General Hospital and into a calm residential area filled with long driveways and tall trees. more »»

Health care open enrollment time

November 7, 2015 Though it has been two years since the Health Insurance Marketplace opened up for Americans to sign up for health care, those across the U.S. more »»

Water line project wrapping up

November 7, 2015 From staff reports The water line replacement project in Norwood that began in July is now expected to wrap up at the end of next week, with road repairs to follow. As Field Excavating Inc. more »»

White T’s playing Adelphia Tuesday

November 7, 2015 With live music at the epicenter of Adelphia’s Music Hall mission, concert lovers and event seekers alike can look forward to an exciting alternative rock experience Tuesday. more »»

Kids rehearse for holiday shows

November 7, 2015 From set design to costumes and running lines, students at the Ely Chapman Education Foundation are learning the gamut of theater through a program offered during the after-school hours. more »»

Local reactions to Keystone Pipeline decision

November 7, 2015 From staff reports The president acted politically and again sided with environmental extremists by nixing the proposed Keystone Pipeline, Ohio and West Virginia representatives said Frida. more »»

Men & cancer

November 6, 2015 Shortly after 45-year-old Reno resident Henry Leimkuehler had finished cooking massive amounts of Thanksgiving turkey for those who could not do so themselves three years ago, he found that he could... more »»



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