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Commissioners OK $337,931 for county engineer’s office

April 3, 2015 Washington County Commissioners approved the dispersement of permissive sales tax to the Washington County Engineer’s office during Thursday’s business meeting. more »»

Man accused of soliticing sex from minor via social media

April 3, 2015 From local reports BELPRE — A Belpre man was charged with soliciting a minor through social media, the West Virginia State Police said Thursday. Aaron Joseph Marshall, 38, 222 Elm St. more »»

Dr. Cotton’s house

April 2, 2015 The Greek Revival-style home of Josiah Dexter Cotton has been tucked away on Fifth Street since it was completed in 1853. more »»

Voyeurism alleged in MC restroom

April 2, 2015 A Marietta man and Tier III sex offender previously convicted of watching women in a courthouse bathroom entered a not guilty plea Wednesday morning to a new voyeurism charge in Washington County... more »»

Public service awards presented

April 2, 2015 BEVERLY—Area law enforcement, firefighters and emergency personnel were honored for their service Wednesday during the 2015 Washington County Public Service awards, presented by the Muskingum Valley... more »»

Marietta in Bloom project

April 2, 2015 The first day of April may have brought a light covering of frost, but that did not stop the members of Marietta in Bloom and their work force from tackling their biggest project for the coming yea. more »»

2 accused of making meth in Belpre home

April 2, 2015 From staff reports A Belpre couple has been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and child endangerment after allegedly making the drug in the presence of their young child. more »»

St. Marys building on new historic preservation list

April 2, 2015 By Jess Mancini Special to the Times ST. MARYS, W.Va. — A structure in Pleasants County was one of two placed on the new Buildings At Risk Register by the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia. more »»

Parkersburg’s bill for accountant on city budget tops $11K

April 2, 2015 PARKERSBURG —The bill for former city finance director Doug Life's work on the municipal budget, annual audit and more comes to $11,080. more »»

Soccer campers

April 1, 2015 Marietta College sophomore Sebastian Parra leads a group of elementary-age students through drills Tuesday afternoon during the Pioneer Spring Break Soccer Camp. more »»

Indictments include murder

April 1, 2015 A Warren Township man who allegedly shot and killed his father in a domestic dispute was one of more than three dozen people indicted this week by a Washington County Grand Jury. more »»

Man suspected of making threats is able to stand trial

April 1, 2015 A Marietta man who made mass shooting and other threats against the general public and President Barack Obama in September has been declared competent to stand trial. more »»

Park issues top council's agenda

April 1, 2015 Marietta City Council's lands, buildings and parks committee discussed the status of restrooms at city parks and moved forward with a grant application for playground equipment at Lookout Park... more »»

Marathon learning at MC

April 1, 2015 By the early afternoon Tuesday, Marietta College associate professor Bill Bauer was three cups of coffee in and had switched to caffeinated soda to prepare to teach into the middle of the nigh. more »»

Parkersburg PD revises policy on shootings

April 1, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A pair of officer-involved shootings last year led to changes in policy at the Parkersburg Police Department. more »»

Woman sentenced for selling heroin

April 1, 2015 A Franklin County woman who pleaded guilty to selling heroin in Marietta was sentenced to 90 days in jail with a six-month license suspension at the Washington County Common Pleas Court Tuesday. more »»

3rd St. speeds

March 31, 2015 Members of Marietta’s pedestrian advocacy group are hoping that a recently introduced Ohio House bill would help them achieve their pressing, but seemingly insurmountable goal of reducing the speed... more »»

Reno to keep ’14 water rates

March 31, 2015 Reno Water and Sewer District announced Monday night that the water rates for individual Reno customers would remain steady for 2015. more »»

Local shelter burglary not tied to Ohio jobs

March 31, 2015 An arrest and indictments have been handed down for two people suspected to be involved in a string of animal shelter break-ins in multiple Ohio counties, but as of now, Washington County law... more »»

 
 
 

 

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