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New Mat mayor defeats 2 challengers

November 4, 2015 From staff reports New Matamoras voters returned their incumbent mayor to office in Tuesday’s general election. more »»

2 newcomers elected to Belpre City Council

November 4, 2015 By Wayne Towner Special to the Times Belpre voters chose to elect a pair of newcomers to Belpre City Council following Tuesday’s unofficial general election results. more »»

Results from Monroe, Morgan, Noble counties

November 4, 2015 From staff reports Voters in Monroe and Noble counties passed a 5-mill renewal levy for the Switzerland of Ohio school district that affects businesses and industries. more »»

Webber elected to Frontier school board

November 4, 2015 From staff reports The Frontier Local Board of Education will welcome new member Jeffrey Webber in the new year, with Webber earning 412 votes in Tuesday’s election. more »»

Far from home

November 3, 2015 As she sat in Emmanuel’s Bakery in Marietta drinking coffee Monday, the Latin music of the little shop brought back memories of the two years Mattie Howard, 26, of New Matamoras, recently completed ... more »»

Man indicted in child porn case

November 3, 2015 A Warren Township man who was allegedly found in possession of electronics containing images involving sexual violence against young children was one of 22 people indicted by a Washington County... more »»

Final, unofficial election results

November 3, 2015 According to final, unofficial results from Tuesday's election, Marietta Mayor Joe Matthews defeated challenger John Hambrick with 53.73 percent of the vote. more »»

Ohio polls open until 7:30 p.m.

November 3, 2015 Polls are open today from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for all Washington County voters. more »»

Zonta’s Unique Boutique coming

November 3, 2015 As the fall and winter clothing is pulled out of bins this time of year, some are realizing that items do not quite fit the same this season as the last and are ready to donate their gently worn... more »»

Cash vs. cavities; candy unloaded

November 3, 2015 Now that children are back with their annual haul of Halloween candy, families have a chance to share their chocolate bars and lollipops for more than one good cause. more »»

Free drug tests available Saturdays in Parkersburg

November 3, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Parents, guardians who want to have their juvenile children drug screened will have the opportunity to have free, confidential testing conducted on Saturdays beginning Nov. 1. more »»

Parade and park events big draws in Marietta

November 2, 2015 While Grace Brockmeier, 11, of Marietta, enjoyed getting some candy ahead of trick-or-treat Saturday, in her opinion, the best part of the 28th annual Halloween at the Park event was getting to be... more »»

Zombie Walk event in Parkersburg used as fundraiser

November 2, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Zombies, a few superheroes and various assorted ghouls and goblins made City Park a Halloween haven on Saturday. more »»

Chef finds inspiration everywhere

November 2, 2015 Adventurous cuisine has always been something that has interested chef Dave Rudie. He gets to share his love of ethnic cooking with others when he teaches classes at the Cook’s Shop in Marietta. more »»

Man arrested for causing fatal crash

November 2, 2015 From staff reports PARKERSBURG — A Belleville man was arrested Saturday in connection with a fatal car accident last December. more »»

Around town published Nov. 2

November 2, 2015 Out of Darkness Walk for suicide prevention The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Washington County is sponsoring an Out of the Darkness Walk to fight suicide and raise awareness about mental health... more »»

New settlers

October 31, 2015 During a 14-year-period of her life, 34-year-old Washington County native Erin Brewer was averaging one move per year, hopping to different job opportunities in Ohio’s largest cities and even... more »»

Ruble re-trial months away

October 31, 2015 Nearly two weeks ago, the 12-member jury for the murder trial of Mitchell Ruble was deadlocked, caught in a 6-6 split on whether or not they believed Ruble was guilty of murdering Washington County... more »»

Local officials waiting to see which drug offenders are freed

October 31, 2015 Of the more than 4,300 federal drug offenders set to be released due to changes aimed at reducing the nation’s prison population, three are headed for Parkersbur. more »»

New ag educator at Extension office

October 31, 2015 There’s a new face at the local Ohio State University Extension Office, a man who is already intent on helping local farmers and gardeners learn and have more production success. more »»



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