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Council approves 5th St. legislation

November 6, 2015 Following more than a year of discussion both in favor and against a residential facility for drug and alcohol addiction treatment proposed for 812 Fifth St. more »»

State grant fosters career exploration

November 6, 2015 Marietta City Schools is taking yet another step to foster career exploration between students and the community through a new state grant. more »»

Spirit of holiday giving

November 6, 2015 The jingle of bells is a sound that for the next two months will fill both the waking hours and dreams of Capt. Aaron Moore and Capt. more »»

5% pay hikes OK’d for town’s workers

November 6, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — In a unanimous vote, Williamstown City Council approved an across-the-board five percent pay raise for employees Tuesday evening. more »»

New flight schedule coming at local airport

November 6, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN - Silver Airways will offer a new flight schedule at the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport starting in December, with earlier departures. more »»

Boy who died after football practice had heart defect

November 6, 2015 By The Associated Press POMEROY— A coroner says a 9-year-old Ohio boy who collapsed at a youth football practice died as the result of a heart defect. more »»

Pot’s future

November 5, 2015 All of Ohio’s 88 counties made it clear that they were not ready to legalize marijuana Tuesday night, but the failure of the statewide issue came down to multiple factors for voters. more »»

Harmar pipeline almost done

November 5, 2015 Even in the face of a decline in oil and gas prices in more recent months, the industry’s varying outlook has not altered the course for Water Energy Services’ brine water injection pipeline, which... more »»

Fracking in the Forest reviewed

November 5, 2015 By The Associated Press COLUMBUS— A federal agency is again considering requests to open Wayne National Forest in southeastern Ohio to oil and gas drilling. more »»

Council hears about sewage plant savings

November 5, 2015 Further cost savings were revealed concerning the engineering and design phase of the final renovations to the wastewater treatment plant Wednesday at Marietta City Council's Water and Sewer... more »»

Child porn suspect admits guilt

November 5, 2015 A Little Hocking man caught in what his attorney said was a web of too much curiosity pleaded guilty to a third-degree felony count of attempting to pander sexually-oriented material involving a... more »»

Wood Co. BOE buys propane-fueled bus

November 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG —Wood County Schools welcomed its first propane-powered school bus Wednesday, the second of its kind in West Virginia. more »»

Mall to spotlight on local non-profits Saturday

November 5, 2015 From local reports VIENNA, W.Va., - Twenty local nonprofit organizations will share the spotlight 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Grand Central Mall's Non-Profit Showcase. more »»

Matthews wins

November 4, 2015 Marietta residents showed their confidence in the candidate who has held the mayorship for a cumulative 12 years as polls closed Tuesday and the votes were counte. more »»

Countywide levies pass

November 4, 2015 Washington County voters approved two renewal levies on the 2015 general election ballot, a 1-mill tax to support the Washington County Public Library system, and a 2-mill levy for continuing... more »»

City schools levy approved

November 4, 2015 Administrators and board of education members are breathing a sigh of relief after the 5.87-mill renewal levy for Marietta City Schools passed with 64 percent support from voters. more »»

Biedenbach back as Beverly mayor

November 4, 2015 It might seem to Beverly residents that the mayor’s seat is an ongoing game of tug-of-war after former mayor Clem Biedenbach beat out incumbent mayor Rex Kenyon Tuesday. more »»

Council at-large: 1 incumbent among 3 winners

November 4, 2015 Marietta City Council will have two new faces to add to the legislative body along with one returnee next year following a race to the finish for six local at large council candidates. more »»

Close races in Marietta’s 1st, 3rd wards

November 4, 2015 Tight elections for both the First and Third wards of Marietta’s city council left some candidates on the edge of their seats all night Tuesday. more »»

Marietta board president re-elected

November 4, 2015 Three people competed for two seats on the Marietta City Schools Board of Education, and current Board President Bill Hutchinson and write-in candidate Russ Garrison came out with the most votes to... more »»



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