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WSCC Health Sciences Division honored

July 2, 2015 Washington State Community College announces that seven programs in its Health Sciences Division are ranked above the national average for student pass rates for their respective certification and... more »»

Safer pedestrians?

July 1, 2015 The curb expansions at Fourth and Washington Streets have left some in Marietta nervous about lane space for emergency vehicles and the turning radius of school buses. more »»

Online voter registration gets closer

July 1, 2015 Ohio is one step closer to online voter registration after Senate Bill 63 passed the Ohio Senate recently and is set for an upcoming vote in the House. more »»

Hearing on county tax budget

July 1, 2015 The Washington County Commissioners will discuss tax revenues and monetary requests from the various county departments Thursday and open the floor for public comment before submitting the... more »»

Man who admitted fondling girl is sent to jail

July 1, 2015 A McConnelsville man who pleaded guilty to fondling an 11-year-old girl three years ago was sentenced to 32 days in jail and three years of post-release control by Washington County Common Pleas... more »»

Fairy Tale Picnic in the park

July 1, 2015 Brightly colored fairy wings, glittered faces, shrieks of laughter, and picnic blankets filled Muskingum Park Tuesday for the Fairy Tale Picnic with the cast and crew of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream. more »»

Belpre Schools planning for new year

July 1, 2015 BELPRE — As the first month of summer comes to a close, the Belpre City Schools Board of Education is working on closing out the 2014-2015 school year and making preparations for the coming school... more »»

Expensive eggs

June 30, 2015 A trip to the supermarket to purchase a carton of eggs has been more expensive over the last few weeks and that trend is likely to continue for a few months to come. more »»

New Frontier supt. speaks

June 30, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS — Incoming superintendent Kevin Turner explained his vision for Frontier Local Schools as he fielded questions from board members, staff and local residents at the meet-and-greet event... more »»

Marietta board seeks renewal levy

June 30, 2015 The Marietta City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday evening to put a property tax renewal levy on this year’s November ballot. “There’s no new money,” Treasurer Matt Reed said. more »»

County prosecutor retires

June 30, 2015 When Jim Schneider joined the Washington County Prosecutor’s Office as an assistant 40 years ago, he hadn’t even passed the bar exam yet. more »»

Wife apologizes for role in murder conspiracy

June 30, 2015 A Belpre woman who admitted her role in a plot to have her husband killed last year was sentenced to three years in prison at the Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday morning. more »»

Williamstown man gets 18 months in prison

June 30, 2015 From staff reports A Williamstown man was sentenced to 18 months in prison at the Washington County Common Pleas Court Monday in connection to a charge of gross sexual imposition. Douglas W. more »»

Breaking ground: Twin Rivers Baptist

June 29, 2015 After several years of planning, the final phases are complete and Whipple’s Twin Rivers Baptist Church is breaking ground on a nearly $1 million Family Center which will change the look of the... more »»

Tiny eatery making big difference

June 29, 2015 When a telephone joke turns into the slogan for a family diner, one should expect smiles and laughs all around to fill the small setup of Joe Momma’s Kitchen on the west side of Mariett. more »»

Teen charged for injecting 12-year-old with heroin

June 29, 2015 A Marietta teen already in trouble for child sex charges received an unrelated charge Friday: injecting a juvenile with heroin. Cody Keene, 19, of 501 1/2 Warren S. more »»

Connecting to others the pay off for radio enthusiasts

June 29, 2015 Newport resident Bob Eddy, 68, has been involved with radio his entire life. “Since I was old enough to read and write,” he said. “I got my Ham license 20 years ag. more »»

Reaching out, helping out

June 29, 2015 From funding field trips to museums, school speakers and even a classroom set of books to read, DonorsChoose is a nationwide program getting some attention from local schools across the county. more »»

Outage Saturday impacted thousands of AEP customers

June 29, 2015 From staff reports Nearly 3,000 people in the Harmar Hill area Saturday lost power around 9:30 p.m. Saturday but everything has been restored, according to American Electric Power. more »»

Food the theme of Art Center exhibition

June 29, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Many local artists took a creative culinary journey with their representations of food in the Parkersburg Art Center's Regional Exhibition and Competition. more »»



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