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City police find meth labs in home

January 2, 2015 A drug overdose call to police ended turned up multiple suspected meth labs at a west side Marietta home. Marietta Police werw at the home at 601 Virginia St. most of Thursday afternoon and evening. more »»

Council cuts CVB’s share of bed tax

January 2, 2015 By a 6-1 vote, Marietta City Council cut the share of funding for the Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) through the so-called bed tax. more »»

Camden Clark’s first 2015 baby the sixth for couple

January 2, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Crimson Rosella McClead on New Year's Day was the first baby born in 2015 at Camden Clark Medical Center. She arrived at 11:26 a.m. more »»

Building official wants public aware of office

January 2, 2015 Since the start of December, Chris Wilson has worked as the new building official for the county and he’s trying to make the office more visible to residents and those with commercial buildings. more »»

City statue is deteriorating

January 2, 2015 In the middle of winter, people often prepare cars, houses and themselves to wither the cold weather, but for now, the eroding monument along the river at East Muskingum Park will remain exposed to... more »»

County commissioner sworn in

January 2, 2015 Coal Run resident Rick Walters, 58, second from the left, is sworn in as a Washington County commissioner Thursday morning by Washington County Juvenile Court Judge Timothy Williams, left. more »»

W.Va. tourism photo contest

January 2, 2015 From local reports CHARLESTON, W.Va. more »»

A fresh start

January 1, 2015 The book has officially slammed shut on 201. more »»

Finishing touches put on county’s budget

January 1, 2015 Washington County Commissioners have cemented the 2015 budget for the county, and there aren’t too many significant increases or decreases for any one department. more »»

Marietta Council discusses CVB funding

January 1, 2015 Marietta City Council wrapped up the year with some final budgetary shifting and some discussion on upcoming decisions regarding its funding of the Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors... more »»

Main number for The Marietta Times office is down

January 1, 2015 The main number for The Marietta Times, 373-2121 is having a technical issue today. As AT&T works to repair the line, customers can call the newsroom directly at 376-5445 or 376-5448. more »»

Buckeye Hills awarded $30K grant

January 1, 2015 A local organization is gearing up to do an alternative wastewater facility study after being awarded more than $30,000 from the state to seek alternate facilities that are energy efficient. more »»

Holding strong

January 1, 2015 There are an abundance of churches scattered around Marietta, including several with a long-time history, and two of them happen to take on the namesake of S. more »»

Declining gas prices expected to continue

January 1, 2015 BELPRE — Seven months ago, local gasoline prices were flirting with $4 a gallon. Any day now, they could drop below $2. more »»

High volume

December 31, 2014 Once the image of loud music was a teenager carrying around a noisy boom box, but today, speakers are micro-sized and fit right inside the ears, making young people more susceptible to hearing damage. more »»

City’s next police chief

December 31, 2014 It could be at least mid-January before city residents know which of the three candidates for Marietta’s new police chief will fill the post after longtime chief Brett McKitrick retires in February. more »»

2014’s top story: Arrest in deputy’s ’81 shooting death

December 31, 2014 The arrest of a former Washington County deputy for the alleged 1981 slaying of fellow deputy Ray “Joe” Clark drew a lot of attention in September. Mitchell Ruble, 63, of Lowell was arrested Sep. more »»

2014’s most-read stories @

December 31, 2014 These were the most read stories at in 2014: 1. — Mother — toddler-s-deaths. more »»

Council discusses Armory Square project

December 31, 2014 Can it be done for $400,000? That's the question members of Marietta City Council's lands, buildings and parks committee hope to have answered in order to move forward with the next phase of the... more »»

New Year’s revelers told to hold their fire

December 31, 2014 As the countdown ends and the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve many might think it fun to fire off a few gunshots to help ring in the New Year, but local law enforcement agencies are warning... more »»



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