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Sexual assault an issue

December 13, 2014 Junior Nikki Hannaway said the small town atmosphere of Marietta College seems to promote a safe campus environment in comparison to its larger counterpart. more »»

Channel Lane project delayed

December 13, 2014 The majority of Channel Lane, from The Marietta Times up to the top of the hill at Sunset Lane, has been closed for five months, but motorists can expect to see it remained closed for another four. more »»

Lighted tree honors pets present, past

December 13, 2014 For animal lovers, pets can be just as much a part of the holiday season as family and friends. more »»

Beverly church traces its roots back to the 1900s

December 13, 2014 BEVERLY—In the early 1900s, mass in Beverly was not held at St. Bernard Catholic Church; it was held at Beverly Colleg. more »»

Around town

December 13, 2014 Free meal, clothing giveaway Dec. 20 Faith United Methodist Church will hold a Good Samaritan free meal and clothing giveaway from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 20 at the church, 503 Seventh St., Marietta. more »»

Interrogations

December 12, 2014 In the wake of the U.S. Senate releasing a scathing report this week about CIA torture following the Sept. more »»

Officials urge walkers, drivers both to be alert

December 12, 2014 Three pedestrians have been hit on the Marietta street Rose Criss calls home in just three week. more »»

WSCC makes most of new funding system

December 12, 2014 Community colleges in Ohio have spent nearly a year adjusting their recruitment and education strategies to try and reap the benefits of a new success-based funding formula. more »»

It’s a wing thing

December 12, 2014 Chicken lovers can rejoice as groundbreaking on a new chicken wing sports bar will take place at the start of the year at the First Colony Center Development across from Lowe’s. more »»

Career Center gets excellent marks in audit

December 12, 2014 The Washington County Career Center got to the end of its calendar year with a clean report from the Ohio Auditor's office, good reviews from potential future students and a note of commendation for... more »»

Council, CVB reach tentative agreement on the city’s bed tax

December 12, 2014 The Marietta-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau will receive a smaller piece of Marietta's 6 percent hotel/motel tax revenue in 2015, according to a tentative agreement between the cit... more »»

Tree to honor military

December 12, 2014 PARKERSBURG — The Christmas displays in City Park are a popular attraction this time of year, but the public is still being asked to help decorate one tree ther. more »»

Around town published Dec. 12

December 12, 2014 Senior lunch The next Marietta Township senior lunch will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the Marietta Township Recreation Center. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish. more »»

Red light runners

December 11, 2014 After less than 10 minutes of watching traffic flow through the newly revamped intersection at Seventh, Pike and Greene streets Wednesday, Marietta Police Capt. Jeff Waite saw it. more »»

Task force formed out of drug epidemic

December 11, 2014 As the new millennium began, no one could have guessed that small, postcard-perfect Marietta was about to provide some major insight into a nationwide drug epidemic about to hit its tipping point. more »»

Local concerns over increasing federal gas tax

December 11, 2014 Every gallon of gas pumped across the U.S. also pumps another 18.4 cents into the federal program that’s the primary source of funding for the country’s interstate highway system. more »»

Ely Chapman receives grant

December 11, 2014 An article published in Forbes Magazine referred to Alice Chapman, the founder of the Ely Chapman Education Foundation, as the “Melinda Gates of Marietta,” a designation written to complement the ... more »»

Two years for drinking and driving

December 11, 2014 A Marietta woman with a prior record of drunken driving offenses was sentenced to 24 months in prison and fined $1,350 after she was discovered behind the wheel of a wrecked Jeep in February. more »»

Beverly appoints part-time officer

December 11, 2014 BEVERLY—The Village of Beverly appointed a new part-time police officer during its regular council meeting Wednesday evening. more »»

Mobile ag lab at Williamstown Elementary

December 11, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — Asked what his favorite part of conducting experiments inside the West Virginia Farm Bureau’s Mobile Agriculture Education Science Lab trailer was, third-grader Aiden Corbett replied,... more »»

 
 
 

 

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