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History lesson comes with full suit of armor

May 9, 2015 From early Rome to the Renaissance period characterized by knights and princesses, Marietta Middle School students learned the repertoire of period clothing, weaponry and culture spanning more than... more »»

Lowell man sentenced for possession of gun, drugs

May 9, 2015 From staff reports A Lowell man caught with a gun and prescription drugs during a raid in June was sentenced to nine months in prison Friday morning in Washington County Common Pleas Court. Daniel W. more »»

Whit's is open

May 9, 2015 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times Savannah Disbrow, 3, left, enjoys ice cream with her mother, Amy Disbrow, and 1-year-old Owen Slack Friday morning during the opening day of Whit's Frozen Custard... more »»

Marietta woman sentenced on drug charge

May 9, 2015 From staff reports A Marietta woman who was found with drugs during two separate drug raids last year and then skipped her trial was sentenced Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to local... more »»

Catchin’ up with ...

May 8, 2015 Future filmmakers, outstanding scholars and philanthropists take the stage in front of classmates, teachers, family and friends each year during graduation season as area high school students prepar... more »»

Claire E’s eviction on Council’s agenda

May 8, 2015 With only five of seven council members present Thursday night, Marietta City Council introduced several pieces of legislation but took no action on the item. more »»

Fatal drug OD’s at record high levels

May 8, 2015 There were a record 2,110 unintentional drug overdoses in Ohio in 2013, the highest number of deaths on record, surpassing the previous highest number of 1,914 in 2012. more »»

Library to seek levy renewal

May 8, 2015 Washington County voters will see at least one levy issue in November as the Washington County Library's board of trustees elected Thursday night to place a renewal of their existing operating levy... more »»

Memorial to cut ties to Harmar Place, Glenwood

May 8, 2015 United Church Homes, which operates facilities across the country, is expected to be taking over two senior living sites in Mariett. more »»

National Day of Prayer observed

May 8, 2015 Local residents, church and community leaders gathered in locations across the Mid-Ohio Valley Thursday to express their faith and pray for their communities and nation during the National Day of... more »»

Families get tips on kindergarten resources

May 8, 2015 There is a lot to learn with small children growing up and heading to school, and a special event held at Washington Elementary School Thursday evening was designed to give families a crash course. more »»

Fire damages S. Fifth St. home

May 8, 2015 From staff reports A fire caused significant damage to a two-story house on the 200 block of South Fifth Street in Marietta in the early hours of the morning Thursday. more »»

Arrests after drug sale to informant

May 8, 2015 From staff reports On Wednesday agents of the Major Crimes Task Force arrested three suspects for trafficking in drugs in Marietta. Utilizing a confidential informant, agents purchased . more »»

The race is on

May 7, 2015 After a small primary Tuesday that opened the polls for only City of Marietta residents, county-wide voters can all look forward to casting a ballot this Novembe. more »»

Murder-for-hire suspect ‘contrite’

May 7, 2015 A Caldwell man who admitted to his role in a murder-for-hire plot against the husband of a Belpre woman with whom he was having an affair was sentenced to three years in prison in Washington County... more »»

Budget woes dog Beverly

May 7, 2015 BEVERLY—Upcoming financial decisions facing the Village of Beverly were a major topic of discussion during the Village of Beverly Council Committee meeting Wednesday evening, where deficits of... more »»

Nursing family tree

May 7, 2015 Lowell resident Virginia Matheny never wanted to be anything but a nurse out of a desire to help people, so she did the most logical thing and became on. more »»

Council agrees on construction manager position

May 7, 2015 Marietta City Council gave its general approval to a proposition to create a city position for a public works construction manager, but asked for more comparison data from cities with a similar... more »»

New local yard sale has a twist

May 7, 2015 While clothing might be a normal yard sale staple, it won’t be on the tables of books, knick knacks and appliances at the Great American Yard Sale Friday afternoon. more »»

Veterans memorial dedication on May 25

May 7, 2015 From staff reports The new veterans memorial on Ohio 7 in Reno will be dedicated on May 25, Memorial Day, organizers announced on Wednesday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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