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Sidewalk along Butler Street between Fourth and Third streets progressing

June 21, 2016 College students and the general public will now be able to navigate safely along the south side of Butler Street between Fourth and Third streets, thanks to a community effort currently under way t... more »»

Warren School District levy push getting started

June 21, 2016 VINCENT - The chance for the school children of Warren school district to attend brand new facilities is turning into a possibility as the Warren Local Board of Education is urging local voters to... more »»

Bond set for two men in Belpre attempted murder case

June 21, 2016 From staff reports Bond was set in Marietta Municipal Court Monday for two local men charged with the alleged attempted murder of a man in the Belpre area on Saturday night. more »»

WSCC alters policy to allow use of alcohol in police training

June 21, 2016 An Ohio Police Officer Training Academy course requirement resulted in the service of alcoholic beverages being approved on campus by the Washington State Community College Board of Trustees Monday... more »»

Marietta police changes

June 21, 2016 ERIN O’NEILL The Marietta Times Police sergeant Aaron Nedeff is sworn in Monday by Mayor Joe Matthews as Marietta’s new police captain. Nedeff’s wife Jennifer holds the Bible. more »»

Marietta Lion’s Club Father’s Day Car Show has good showing

June 20, 2016 The weather was hot Sunday but the cars were even hotter. The 24th Annual Marietta Noon Lion's Club Bill Drayer Father's Day Car Show was held Sunda. more »»

Area rivers get beautified by volunteers during Ohio River Sweep

June 20, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Under bright and sunny June skies, more than 100 volunteers turned out for the annual Ohio River Sweep on Saturday morning. more »»

Two arrested for attempted murder in Belpre

June 20, 2016 BELPRE - After allegedly shooting at another person in Belpre on Saturday night, two local men have been arrested and charged with attempted murder while a woman will be extradited from West Virgini... more »»

Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival draws to a close Sunday, thousands attend

June 20, 2016 PARKERSBURG - Following three days of sunny weather and hot temperatures, the 21st annual Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival came to a close early Sunday evening at City Park in Parkersbur. more »»

History comes alive at Williamstown's Henderson Hall

June 20, 2016 BOAZ - Commemorating the formation of the state of West Virginia midst the Civil War was the focus of a re-enactment program this past weekend at the historic Henderson Hall between Boaz and... more »»

‘U.S. Farm Report’ to air shows filmed locally

June 20, 2016 BELPRE — In early July, the "U.S. Farm Report" will start televising eight interviews it filmed of two local organizations on Monday at Howes Grove Park in Belpre. more »»

Around town

June 20, 2016 Road closure in Adams Twp. June 22 Road closure planned for June 22 in Adams Township for culvert replacement. more »»

Dads' Duties run the gamut but always with love

June 18, 2016 This Father’s Day, as many new fathers, old fathers, soon-to-be fathers, and all fathers in between celebrate their special day, a couple of fathers stand out as they take care of their sick loved... more »»

Multi-Cultural fest: Weekend of fun

June 18, 2016 PARKERSBURG -- The 21st annual Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival began Friday night at City Park with a Caribbean theme and music by De Tierra Caliente, a Caribbean/funk band from Philadelphia... more »»

Sheriff pushes for full-body scanners at jail

June 18, 2016 Washington County Jail corrections officers may soon have a new, high-tech tool in the fight against drugs and illegal contraband, as administrators look to full-body scanning technology as a... more »»

Camp for Children’s Choir

June 18, 2016 A harmony of various young voices resounded in the Hermann Fine Arts Center on Friday as the Marietta Children’s Choir performed for their parents after a week-long choir camp preceding rehearsals. more »»

Teen Advisory Board forms at Barlow library branch

June 18, 2016 From staff reports The Internet replaces things daily, such as writing a letter to a friend, putting a record on the record player, or simply picking up a good book and getting lost in between the... more »»

Civil War re-enactors this weekend at Henderson Hall

June 18, 2016 From staff reports WILLIAMSTOWN —As West Virginia celebrates its 153rd anniversary, Henderson Hall will sponsor its second annual Civil War Re-Enactment on Saturday and Sunday, complete with cannon... more »»

Airport officials hopeful about growth with new carrier

June 18, 2016 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times WILLIAMSTOWN — When officials from ViaAir came to the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport to discuss their bid for federally subsidized Essential Air Service two... more »»

Stand against hate at Marietta vigil

June 17, 2016 Candles flickered in the dusk as people flooded Muskingum Park’s gazebo area Thursday evening to remember and honor the 49 people who lost their lives in the Orlando nightclub shooting early Sunday. more »»



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