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Financial struggles plaguing millennials

April 5, 2014 The millennial generation—the current 18 to 33-year-olds—faces a financial battle that experts say might leave them as the first generation to be worse off than their parent. more »»

BrAva ‘Mom Prom’

April 5, 2014 Mid-Ohio Valley moms got the chance to let their hair down and dress to the glittering, high-heeled nines at BrAva's first ever Mom Prom on Friday night. more »»

Peoples Bank Theatre awarded $500K from state

April 5, 2014 The finish line is almost in sight for Peoples Bank Theatre thanks to a half million dollar allocation the renovation project received this week as part of the state budge. more »»

Artists bond over memories

April 5, 2014 Seniors from the O'Neill Center took walks down memory lane through artwork Friday afternoon as Marietta College art students displayed "A Historical Event in the Life of a Senior. more »»

Home health aide sentenced

April 5, 2014 A home health aide who stole money from the man she cared for was sentenced to 31 days in the Washington County Jail and one year of community control Friday morning Sherry L. more »»

Interim director named by Port Authority

April 5, 2014 Though the Southeastern Ohio Port Authority still doesn’t have a full-time executive director, an interim director has been found in Jim Black. more »»

Open-heart surgery program honored

April 5, 2014 PARKERSBURG — On Dec. 23, Camden Clark Medical Center personnel were prepping Mineral Wells resident Mary Ellison to be transferred to a hospital in Columbus for treatment of an aortic dissection. more »»

Pioneer Day Dinner planned for Monday

April 5, 2014 The Annual Pioneer Day Community Dinner will be held Monday at the Lafayette Hotel and is open to the public. The event will include a Magic History of the area and a silent auction. more »»

Around town published April 5

April 5, 2014 Sign up for swim lessons at the Betsey Swim lessons at the Betsey Mills Club will begin April 19. Infant lessons will be given from 8:30 to 9 a.m., Level 1 from 9 to 10 a.. more »»

Open for Spring

April 4, 2014 Spring weather is pushing people outside and local businesses and attractions that are in the warm weather industry are ready to welcome the season. more »»

Crazy car chase

April 4, 2014 A high speed car chase involving an apparently drugged West Virginia woman crossed state lines Wednesday night and ultimately ended when Pleasants County Sheriff’s deputies fired shots to disable th... more »»

Historic discovery

April 4, 2014 During a trip to a Virginia cemetery about two weeks ago, the local Civil War Round Table stumbled onto a trove of local soldier's graves they didn't expect to find. more »»

Bids sought for oil, gas leases on city land

April 4, 2014 In a 6-1 vote Thursday Marietta City Council authorized the advertisement for bids to lease up to 95 acres of city property to oil and gas interests. more »»

Church began in a garage

April 4, 2014 Souls Harbor Baptist Church has grown remarkably in 33 years, considering its humble beginnings. “The church was started in a garage back in 1981,” said Pastor Robert Hughe. more »»

Drug case guilty plea; shirt’s evidence led to the collar

April 4, 2014 A Marietta man who was caught with heroin in his shirt at a house during an October drug raid pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to drug possession. John . more »»

Board will meet Monday to discuss hiring

April 4, 2014 PARKERSBURG - The Wood County Board of Education will meet Monday to review three candidates for superintendent of schools Board President Tim Yeater said the board will make an official decision... more »»

Around town

April 4, 2014 Salem Twp. VFD fish fry today The Salem Township Volunteer Fire Department will hold a fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the department. more »»

Child abuse

April 3, 2014 A display of 634 glimmering pinwheels towers alongside the steps at the armory on Front Street in Marietta, a reminder of Child Abuse Awareness Month there to make people think about a problem that... more »»

Farm vs. science: GMOs in our food

April 3, 2014 Local professors and farmers sat down to talk about the hot button topic of genetically-modified organisms Wednesday evening in a panel discussion held by the Ohio Farm Bureau. more »»

Blizzard bags help schools make up lost time

April 3, 2014 Though the weather is finally getting warmer, Marietta City Schools students took home their first round of blizzard bags last week after the district implemented the system to help chip away at its... more »»



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