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Council urges enforcement of sign law

June 11, 2015 Two council member expressed concerns with downtown signs and flags at Marietta City Council's streets committee meeting Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Homemade recipes at Tonya’s

June 11, 2015 Anyone craving the comforts of a home-cooked meal do not need to look any further than Front Street in Marietta. more »»

Judge buys defendant’s plea for going easy

June 11, 2015 A Lowell man who pledged to turn his life around in an effort to stay out of prison was sentenced to 90 days in jail and five years of community control for drug trafficking in Washington County... more »»

Wood Co. students celebrate end of school year

June 11, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Students and teachers alike celebrated Wednesday, the last day of classes in Wood County Schools. more »»

City police look for man who approached teen-age girl

June 11, 2015 From staff reports Marietta Police are on the lookout for a suspicious man after a teenage girl reported that a stranger ran up to her in the 400 block of Front Street Tuesday evening, grabbed her... more »»

GED graduation

June 10, 2015 At 27, Jessica Holland wasn't sure she'd ever get her high school diploma, or equivalent with the General Education Development (GED). more »»

Free kids orthopedic clinic

June 10, 2015 Children suffering from back problems or conditions such as muscular dystrophy will be able to get free screenings at a one-day Marietta Shrine Club clinic, set to be held June 27 inside the Mariett... more »»

Resumes differ for Frontier candidates

June 10, 2015 Sitting school principals, educators and a few superintendents make up the six candidates vying for the position of Frontier Local superintendent, as the first round of interviews continued Tuesday... more »»

Council talks about tennis courts

June 10, 2015 Reconditioning of tennis courts at Lookout Park, replacements at the city administration building on Putnam Street, and updates to the Jackson Hill Dog Park were major points of discussion for... more »»

Songs for I-77 travelers

June 10, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN-Passers-through were pleasantly surprised to be greeted by the harmonies of the River City Treblemakers Tuesday night at the Williamstown Visitor Cente. more »»

Marijuana trafficker sentenced to jail time

June 10, 2015 A man arrested last September for trafficking marijuana out of a Marietta home will spend 60 days in jail and serve five years of community control after he was sentenced in Washington County Common... more »»

Wood Co. BOE discusses fifth-grade band

June 10, 2015 By Michael Erb Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — The last-minute addition of instrumental music programs to a list of discussion items raised some hackles at Tuesday's Wood County Board of Educatio... more »»

Bird flu impact

June 9, 2015 In Lowell, the children in the Duff family traditionally enter chickens and turkeys into the Washington County Fair, but this year, the birds will stay at hom. more »»

New operator for WSCC child care center

June 9, 2015 At the start of July, the Memorial Health System will take over the Evergreen Child Development Center at Washington State Community College, college officials announced Monday. more »»

Frontier board begins interviews

June 9, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS—Candidate interviews got underway Monday night as the Frontier Local School District gears up to hire a new superintendent. more »»

Biden case sparks interest in brain tumors

June 9, 2015 After the death of Vice President Joe Biden’s son from brain cancer last month more light is being shed on the disease that claims the lives of nearly 14,000 Americans each year. more »»

Traffic commission discusses 676 truck traffic

June 9, 2015 The Marietta City Traffic Commission made two recommendations Monday afternoon to address concerns surrounding Ohio 676 and Phillips Street. more »»

Marietta sidewalk safety project

June 9, 2015 JANELLE PATTERSON The Marietta Times Trinidad Cano, 46, of Zanesville, surveys the intersection of Third and Washington streets in preparation for new bump-outs. more »»

MC personal safety app coming in Aug.

June 9, 2015 Reporting a crime or medical emergency on Marietta College’s campus will become a lot easier through a new, state-of-the art personal safety app, set to go live in August. more »»

First of Belpre trash changes this week

June 9, 2015 BELPRE — Changes in trash service for Belpre residents go into effect this week, with curbside recycling beginning later this month. more »»



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