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Infectious disease specialist at MOV Health Department

September 14, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department has a new epidemiologist on staff. more »»

Around town published Sept. 14

September 14, 2015 Annual potluck of Genealogical Society The Washington County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will meet at the Gardner residence, 1645 Co. more »»

Festival’s hub

September 12, 2015 With the lighting of a torch and a wave of patriotic spirit and rivertown pride, the 40th annual Ohio River Sternwheel Festival kicked off Friday night with all the comfortable smells of fried food,... more »»

Wedding held aboard sternwheeler along levee

September 12, 2015 Upon the top deck of the P.A. Denny Sternwheeler Friday an intimate wedding ceremony was trumpeted by the horn blasts of the entire levee. more »»

Murder trial to begin Oct. 5

September 12, 2015 From staff reports After a final pre-trial meeting with attorneys Friday afternoon, the Lowell man accused of killing a Washington County Sheriff’s deputy more than three decades ago will officially... more »»

Children’s choir begins rehearsals

September 12, 2015 Children from across the area came together this week for the first rehearsal of the Marietta Children’s Choir in the rehearsal room at Marietta College. more »»

Future uncertain for case vs. injured jail inmate

September 12, 2015 After more than a year of legal proceedings, the Washington County Common Pleas Court may soon dismiss charges against the jail inmate who jumped over the third floor railing of the courthouse this... more »»

Alzheimer’s benefit walk on Saturday

September 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The Walk to End Alzheimer's was initially called "The Memory Walk" and had its beginnings in Williamstown before moving to City Par. more »»

Davisville man shares ground zero memories

September 12, 2015 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Bill McDonald, a student at West Virginia University at Parkersburg, spent four days searching for survivors and recovering remains from the wreckag... more »»

Man sentenced on drug charge

September 12, 2015 A Columbus man was sentenced to 26 more days in the Washington County Jail and then enrollment in the SEPTA correctional facility in Nelsonville. Tumarcus A. more »»

Area ceremonies observe 9-11 anniversary

September 12, 2015 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Parkersburg High School students gathered Friday morning to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on Sept. more »»

2 arrested after pot garden discovery

September 12, 2015 From staff reports An investigation by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office led to the Thursday arrest of two suspects in connection to the discovery of more than 100 marijuana plants growing on... more »»

Festival milestone

September 11, 2015 The Ohio River Sternwheel Festival is celebrating a milestone this year and organizers plan to pull out all the stops to make it a memorable event. more »»

Judge dismisses case vs. doctor

September 11, 2015 From staff reports A trial for a Marietta doctor accused of misdemeanor counts of obstruction of official business and falsification was stopped Wednesday, after the judge decided there was not... more »»

Impact of 9/11 attacks remains huge

September 11, 2015 Fourteen years ago today, the world changed. For some, the terrorist attacks of Sept. more »»

Marietta man a witness at ground zero

September 11, 2015 As the nation marks the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks today, many people will be reading and viewing stories, retrospectives and images from that day. Not Jim Corbit. more »»

Flag display discussed by board

September 11, 2015 Washington County residents voiced concerns to the board of the career center Thursday about the enforcement of current dress code and educational policies by the school's administration. more »»

Council delays vote on CDBG funding

September 11, 2015 No vote occurred Thursday evening on whether to bring legislation forward on the 2016 Community Development Block Grant request to the Department of Housing and Urban Development due to the presence... more »»

Renovated theater opening Jan. 8, 9

September 11, 2015 The Peoples Bank Theatre, in Marietta, is waking up in a big way in 2016. The historic theater is announcing its grand opening weekend for Jan. 8 and . more »»

Man gets prison time for selling oxycodone

September 11, 2015 From staff reports Willard G. Bush, 37, of 508 Bear Creek Road, Lowell, was sentenced in Judge Ed Lane’s court to serve 18 months in prison for two third-degree felony charges of drug trafficking. more »»



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