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Cleanup: 3,000 gallons of leaked crude oil leaked near New Matamoras

April 27, 2016 From staff reports The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will be on the scene throughout the week cleaning up an oil spill that occurred Monday evening in Mill Creek on the outskirts of Washingto... more »»

Williamstown mayor’s race draws attention

April 27, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Voters in Williamstown will make their decision May 10 on who will be mayor for the next two years. Three candidates, including incumbent Mayor Jean Ford, will be on the ballot. more »»

Medication Take Back Day Saturday in Washington County

April 27, 2016 Instead of dumping them down the drain or just letting them remain through another bout of spring cleaning, area residents are encouraged to make a quick stop at a number of county locations Saturda... more »»

Friends of the Washington County Public Library book sale this weekend

April 27, 2016 From the latest best-sellers to forgotten favorites and even hidden paperback gems, the bi-annual book sale of the Friends of the Washington County Public Library is set to entice and excite those o... more »»

Projected Wood BOE budget down for 2017

April 27, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Wood County Schools officials believe the district's contingency fund, which once sat at a dangerously low $68,000, may top more than $2.1 million in the coming school year. more »»

Hail, lots of rain fall sets Marietta record

April 27, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Unlike most spring storms, the rain, hail and thunder that swept through the area Tuesday left little flooding or damage in its wake. more »»

Sat. event dedicated to helping oppressed women

April 27, 2016 Bethel Lighthouse Church would like to invite all area women to an event at 4 p.m. April 30. more »»

Wood, Washington Habitat for Humanity are now one

April 26, 2016 The identifier “Mid-Ohio Valley” is typically used for across-the-river services, organizations and events that cater to the needs and demand of both states, and now, one nonprofit is using that to... more »»

Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s candidacy costs Ohio millions

April 26, 2016 Nearly nine months and some 14 drop-outs later, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich remains in the race for the White House. more »»

Marietta City School District Board of Education hears more about coach

April 26, 2016 An evening of mixed emotions took place Monday during the monthly meeting of Marietta City Schools as partnerships were celebrated but a coach's shaky future became topic of concern yet agai. more »»

Harmar fourth graders to exhibit at Parkersburg Art Center

April 26, 2016 Fostering a connection between one another and with the art world is what a local studio is aiming to do in its partnership with Harmar Elementary School and The Boys & Girls Club of Washington... more »»

Belpre Council briefed on traffic projects

April 26, 2016 BELPRE — Extensive work on the Belpre approaches to the Memorial Bridge and the Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge is expected to impact traffic in Belpre later this summer, with potential impacts to be... more »»

Fire destroys Washington County mobile home

April 26, 2016 From staff reports A mobile home in rural Marietta was destroyed over the weekend following a Saturday morning fire that was ruled to be accidental in nature. more »»

Wood BOE to review new budget

April 26, 2016 Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Board of Education will meet for a work session on the 2016-17 Wood County Schools budget at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Beautiful music

April 25, 2016 The 26th annual Marietta Area Handbell Spring Ring was held Sunday at The Basilica of St. Mary of the Assumption on Fourth Street in Mariett. more »»

Civil War groups meet

April 25, 2016 BOAZ, W.Va. — Summer events for the historic Henderson Hall Plantation began Saturday by revisiting the War Between the States with the Living History Da. more »»

W.Va. GOP delegates ready for convention

April 25, 2016 PARKERSBURG — As the Republican Party's race for the presidential nomination becomes more contentious, many local Republican Party officials believe the party will unite behind the eventual nominee,... more »»

Earth Day celebration fun, educational for all

April 25, 2016 Children and adults learned about local and statewide nature and wildlife conservation efforts while also having fun at the 17th annual Earth Day Celebration held at Armory Square in Marietta on... more »»

Art Center hosts recycled garden event

April 25, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Making art from recyclable things was how Earth Day was celebrated at the Parkersburg Art Center on Saturday. more »»

Wildflower Walk a lesson in nature

April 25, 2016 PARKERSBURG - Learning about all of the different kinds of uses for wildflowers and edible plants was the focus of a walk taken Sunday in south Parkersburg. more »»

 
 
 

 

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