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Tunnel community’s namesake is in disrepair

December 26, 2014 The Vanderwarker Tunnel—the namesake of the Tunnel community—is beyond protecting. more »»

Plenty of options for disposing of your tree

December 26, 2014 After the holidays, several local municipalities offer programs or services for live Christmas tree owners looking to dispose of their trees. more »»

Around Town

December 26, 2014 Changes made to clinic’s schedule There will be no immunization clinic held at the Belpre City Health Department today or on Jan. 2.. The immunization clinic will resume from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. . more »»

Visions of Santa

December 25, 2014 Not one to fall into fashion trends, Santa Claus has not changed his look much in the past 100 years. more »»

2015 will be a big year for political races

December 25, 2014 Nearly every electable city office in Marietta and Belpre will be up for grabs in 2015. The deadline to return petitions for candidacy is less than six weeks away. more »»

2 arrested in Marietta on drug trafficking charges

December 25, 2014 Two Cleveland residents were arrested Tuesday night on charges of trafficking the illegal drugs known as LSD and ecstasy. more »»

Landslip repair request approved

December 25, 2014 Washington County Commissioners approved the county engineer’s request for an emergency landslip repair during their regular business meeting Wednesday. more »»

Lower Salem UM survives against the odds

December 25, 2014 LOWER SALEM—When the Lower Salem United Methodist Church began in the 1800s, it was surrounded by several other churches of various denominations. more »»

Lightning suspected of reducing WPBY’s broadcast strength

December 25, 2014 By Gretchen Richards Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Those who depend on WPBY’s digital broadcast for their PBS television may have found their signal strength lacking or missing over the past fe... more »»

Holiday lights bike tour

December 25, 2014 Those hoping to get a taste of Christmas lights while riding a bike at night around the city, followed by some hot cocoa and cookies, can participate in the annual Holiday Light Tour Friday evening. more »»

Santa & friends

December 24, 2014 A bit shyly at first, 6-year-old McKenzie DeLong, of Marietta, approached Santa Claus Tuesday evening at the Memorial Health System's pediatric Christmas party at the new pediatric therapy facility... more »»

Scrambling to deliver all those packages

December 24, 2014 During a regular afternoon in the midst of the holiday season, U.S. more »»

Trip to N.D. looks for facts on shale boom

December 24, 2014 PARKERSBURG — A dozen local officials are heading north this winter to learn how a North Dakota city at ground zero of the shale boom dealt with a rapidly growing population. more »»

Nativity scene missing baby

December 24, 2014 For Marietta’s bicentennial celebration a life-like, full-figured nativity scene was given to the city and for many years it was a Christmas staple in town. Then it disappeared without a trace. more »»

Handmade gifts at ceramics shop

December 24, 2014 It is a busy time of the year for most people scrambling to finish last minute shopping and wrapping, but one local business woman has plenty of other gifts to finish besides her own. more »»

Law enforcement targets drivers who drink

December 24, 2014 It’s that time of year again—time for holiday parties and celebrations, many of which will include a certain amount of alcohol consumption. But that can spell disaster for some holiday revelers. more »»

The gift of time

December 23, 2014 If your pockets are not deep enough to play Father Christmas to everyone on your list this year, perhaps you can play Father Time instead. more »»

Heroin trafficker sentenced

December 23, 2014 Detroit resident Dlontae Tolbert still maintained his innocence after being sentenced to three years in prison on heroin charges by Washington County Common Pleas Judge Randall Burnworth Monday. more »»

ACLU questions school mentoring programs

December 23, 2014 Days after the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio expressed concerns that Go. more »»

Marietta explores career training tie-in

December 23, 2014 Marietta City Schools has been working at trying to bring career exploration and exposure to students as much and as early as possible, and a potential partnership with a local trade union could... more »»

 
 
 

 

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