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$500K loan for Armory possible

January 10, 2015 Marietta City Council is considering taking out a half-million dollar loan to account for the higher-than- expected bid for renovating the Armory’s ground floor, thereby keeping the project on track... more »»

Navigator offers health plan advice

January 10, 2015 For a lot of people, the national Health Insurance Marketplace can be confusing, which is why the area has its very own, designated expert to help people through the process of shopping for health... more »»

Hope for Hailey runs deep

January 10, 2015 On average, Whipple resident Lindsey Morgenstern finds herself making a trip to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus twice a week for her daughter Hailey’s cancer treatments. more »»

Vincent woman sentenced for store thefts

January 10, 2015 A Vincent woman will spend 30 days in jail and a year on community control for stealing appliances from the Marietta Walmart more than a year ago. Carrie M. more »»

More C8 monitoring meetings planned

January 10, 2015 PARKERSBURG —Additional advertisements and town hall-style meetings are being planned for this month to encourage more participation in the C8 medical monitoring program. Michael K. more »»

Gas leak blamed for flash fire at Kraton

January 10, 2015 From staff reports A gas leak resulted in a small flash fire at Kraton Polymer’s Belpre plant Friday night. more »»

City’s river relic

January 9, 2015 The W.P Snyder Jr. is a highly treasured landmark in Marietta. more »»

Buckeye Fever epidemic

January 9, 2015 Hibbett Sports manager Elyse Kornmiller said she and her fellow employees cannot keep Ohio State University gear on the shelves long enough. more »»

Heroin deal brings man’s arrest

January 9, 2015 A New Matamoras man faces fourth-degree felony charges for trafficking and possession of heroin after allegedly selling the narcotic to a confidential informant Wednesday. more »»

City Council tinkers with budget

January 9, 2015 Some of the first budgetary transfers and tweaks of the new year took place Thursday afternoon at a meeting of Marietta City Council's finance committe. more »»

Winter fun that’s close to home

January 9, 2015 The holidays might be over, but January can still be the time for fun activities—from winter hikes to murder mysteries—that can help beat the winter blue. more »»

County Home party celebrates Elvis’ 80th birthday

January 9, 2015 The king of rock ‘n roll was alive and well as residents of the Washington County Home held an Elvis Presley birthday party Thursday. more »»

Gabriel Project shifts to Angel Closet format

January 9, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Gabriel Project has been providing clothing, cribs, car seats and more to families with children age 2 and younger for years. more »»

Reno house fire

January 8, 2015 Dozens of firefighters spent most of Wednesday morning and afternoon fending off frozen water lines while fighting a blaze that engulfed most of the second story of a Reno home. more »»

Snowed in: Teachers keep busy

January 8, 2015 Students might have spent the past few days sledding, sleeping and playing video games after the majority of area public schools closed Tuesday and Wednesday for inclement weather, but many might no... more »»

Jail employees resign in wake of investigation

January 8, 2015 An undisclosed number of Washington County Jail employees have been asked to resign in the midst of an internal investigation at the Washington County Jai. more »»

Judge hands down two-year sentence for sex offenses

January 8, 2015 A Marietta man with a history of sexual offenses was sentenced to two years in prison by Judge Ed Lane of the Washington County Common Pleas Court Wednesday morning after he was found to be in... more »»

Bridal Extravaganza

January 8, 2015 Hundreds of brides, their families and event planners will pack into the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center Saturday to gather ideas for weddings and pick up a few wedding professionals along the way. more »»

City considers using LED street lights

January 8, 2015 Marietta City Council heard a proposal Wednesday afternoon at streets committee to retrofit just fewer than four dozen city street lamps with more energy efficient bulbs. more »»

Bicycle safety discussed at Williamstown Council

January 8, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — A proposal to change the way storm drains are installed for bicycle safety in Williamstown has been forwarded to the planning committee. more »»



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