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State fire marshal seeks help on Cutler blaze

January 15, 2016 The Division of State Fire Marshal is seeking information from the public regarding a fire in Cutler on Jan. 4 at a home located at 1303 Ellis Run Road. The fire occurred just before 7 a.m. more »»

Filling spaces

January 14, 2016 No one likes to see empty stores in their community, and those involved in getting them filled push to attract restaurants, retailers and service companies to locate in Mariett. more »»

How to benefit as natural gas prices fall

January 14, 2016 Taking effect today, revised rates for natural gas consumption will make this winter’s colder weather a little easier for some to bear than last January. more »»

HELP!

January 14, 2016 Though it is always a point of frustration, getting locked out of your car or stranded on the road can become much more unbearable in winter. more »»

Belpre mayor runs for House

January 14, 2016 BELPRE — Mayor Mike Lorentz announced Wednesday he will run for Ohio's 6th Congressional District seat. more »»

Council hears about business sign rules

January 14, 2016 Marietta City Council members heard requests for revamping of business sign regulations, a proposal for new management of the city's stormwater plan and a call for review of a new agreement between... more »»

Mom Prom tickets on sale Friday

January 14, 2016 Prom can conjure up images from nostalgic to tragic (shoulder pads or a date that ditches), but for BrAva it’s always a positive, memorable event. more »»

Wood County BOE OKs administrator retirements

January 14, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Two more high-level Wood County Schools administrators were approved for retirement at Tuesday's Wood County Board of Education meeting. more »»

Mother charged in connection with infant son’s death

January 14, 2016 From local reports RIPLEY, W.Va. — A woman from Ripley was charged Tuesday with child neglect resulting in death, her 4-month-old son, according to the Jackson County sheriff. more »»

Obama looks ahead

January 13, 2016 Calling President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address a “pep talk for the future,” local resident Jim Raney, 68, of Marietta had a mixed reaction to the speech which was watched across... more »»

Powerball fever full blown

January 13, 2016 One in 292 million. The chances to win are slim but the payout is quite rotund. more »»

Snow, ice make travel tricky

January 13, 2016 Mother Nature seemed to be testing motorists out on the road Tuesday after a brief but heavy snow squall made for a slippery and snowy afternoon. more »»

Council gets update on armory

January 13, 2016 Marietta City Council's Lands, Buildings and Parks Committee heard an update on progress on the Armory and discussed the feasibility of maintaining the O'Neill Center as a city-owned property Tuesday. more »»

Indoor golf a virtual reality

January 13, 2016 A game of golf is seemingly only enjoyable during the spring and summer months, when the weather is warm and the courses are clea. more »»

Wood Co. Schools unlikely to see job cuts

January 13, 2016 PARKERSBURG - Wood County Schools likely will have no reduction in force for the 2016-17 school year, officials announced Tuesday. more »»

Marietta Main Street has new leader

January 13, 2016 With a steady stream of events and a desire to bring in new ideas, Marietta Main Street announced that it has a new executive director to lead the way in continuing efforts to enhance and preserve... more »»

Around town

January 13, 2016 Waterford water and sewer to meet Waterford Water and Sewer will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the Waterford High School band room. more »»

Riding the wave

January 12, 2016 Pike Street, as one of Marietta’s busiest strips, is lined with billboards and marketing signs for local businesses. It also happens to be home to a select few called sign holder. more »»

3 want to follow Peppel as treasurer

January 12, 2016 Long-time Washington County Treasurer Dorothy Peppel will retire next year after 36 years at her post, and three residents are hoping to get the chance to take her place. more »»

Wolf Creek’s tax hit reduced

January 12, 2016 WATERFORD —Wolf Creek Local Schools can celebrate another year without a big financial blow after some good news was shared at the board of education's first regular meeting of the calendar year... more »»

 
 
 

 

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