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City looks for new deals on tower leases

April 5, 2016 For the last half century AT&T has been paying the city of Marietta $100 a year to lease a 3,600-square-foot space for the phone company's microwave tower at Jackson Hill Park. more »»

History done in character

April 5, 2016 Shirley Temple, Thomas Edison and Abraham Lincoln were among those in attendance Monday evening for St. Mary School's history fair. more »»

2 plead guilty in theft cases

April 5, 2016 From staff reports Two local residents pleaded guilty to their respective crimes Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court. Jennifer R. Mollohan, 35, of 903 Leonard Av. more »»

Artsbridge gets $2,000 from Peoples Foundation

April 5, 2016 From local reports PARKERSBURG - Peoples Bancorp Foundation has awarded $2,000 to Artsbridge. more »»

Getting ready for the Governor

April 4, 2016 As Marietta prepares for a visit from Gov. John Kasich and company, logistical plans have been put into place to try to ensure a stress-free State of the State. more »»

Scouts converge for Pinewood Derby

April 4, 2016 VIENNA — More than 200 Cub Scouts from across the Allohak Council gathered at the Grand Central Mall on Saturday to see how fast their derby cars compared to those of others. more »»

Empty bowls fill quickly

April 4, 2016 Hundreds of people attended the annual Empty Bowls Luncheon on Saturday, many taking home locally hand-crafted bowls and all supporting local food pantrie. more »»

Children enjoy carp event despite cold

April 4, 2016 The Ohio River Museum has officially opened for 2016. A Welcome Back Carp Event was held at the museum Saturday to kick off the new season. more »»

Library offering computer classes

April 4, 2016 The Barlow location of the Washington County Public Library, at 45 White Oak Professional Center, will be offering the following free computer class in May, 2016: Using Computers - The Basics,... more »»

Long rifle show at Lafayette Hotel

April 4, 2016 Interested people were able to come out over the weekend to the Lafayette Hotel in Marietta to see historic rifles made in Ohio. more »»

Casting call for dinner theater cruise on Gem

April 4, 2016 The Valley Gem Sternwheeler, at 601 Front St., in Marietta, is having an open casting call for a Vaudeville type show entitled the “New Sensation Dinner Cruise” series. more »»

Around town published April 4

April 4, 2016 Purse bingo at the Betsey Mills Club The Betsey Mills Club’s annual purse bingo will begin at 2 p.m. Sunday in the club’s gymnasium at 300 Fourth St., Marietta. Doors open at 1 p.m. more »»

Stalking case going to grand jury soon

April 2, 2016 Accused stalker and former Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. more »»

Road work ahead: 2016 local projects scheduled for construction season

April 2, 2016 While watching concrete dry doesn’t sound exciting at first, spring and summer construction projects on local and state levels are set to be more interesting than the old adage. more »»

State of the State: A hot ticket

April 2, 2016 The city of Marietta was in a frenzy on Friday as lottery tickets were drawn for the upcoming State of the State address. Only 50 public tickets were available for the event. more »»

Local Democrats mingle

April 2, 2016 Democrats of Marietta and beyond came together to show party support as well as engage in an evening of cocktails and conversation Frida. more »»

Wood Co. BOE to discuss WHS library job

April 2, 2016 PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Board of Education will discuss libraries, ballfields and the upcoming facilities bond at a meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at central office, 13th and Plum streets. more »»

Kep Your Promises delegation going to Netherlands

April 2, 2016 By Jess Mancini Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — A delegation going to the Netherlands to talk about C8 contamination will speak to a committee of the Dutch Parliament. more »»

Springtime openings

April 1, 2016 Numerous markets, landscapers and sporting businesses re-open or refresh their sites for spring, and many across the area are opening their doors for the seaso. more »»

Ruble faces weapons charges

April 1, 2016 An aggravated murder conviction might seem like the end of the road in terms of a criminal case, but nearly a month after he was found guilty, Mitchell Ruble is still facing separate charges in... more »»

 
 
 

 

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