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Coins for Cancer drive

October 2, 2015 CHRISTINA SUTTLES The Marietta Times Students at Beverly-Center Elementary School spray Silly String on sixth-grade teacher Rob Nelson, left, and first-grade teacher Andrea Kittle, right, on... more »»

Money, food thieves sought

October 2, 2015 From staff reports The Marietta Police Department is currently investigating a theft that occurred at the Seventh Street Speedway in Marietta shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday. more »»

Hotel vending machines burglarized

October 2, 2015 From staff reports The Marietta Police Department is currently investigating multiple monetary thefts from vending machines at local hotels and motels. more »»

County home levy

October 1, 2015 After suffering from a stroke which ended his career as a truck driver in 2012, Bill Postle, 44, had nowhere to turn for aid except the Washington County Home. more »»

Octoberfest weekend ahead in Lowell

October 1, 2015 LOWELL—With days spent hunched over an extraordinary batch of sliced kielbasa, bratwurst and onions, volunteers and organizers of Lowell’s 40th Annual Octoberfest are already laying the groundwork... more »»

Democrats’ fall dinner Saturday

October 1, 2015 A state-level Democratic leader and another state-level candidate will be among those in attendance at the Washington County Democratic Party’s Fall Dinner this weekend. more »»

Help for local food pantries

October 1, 2015 NEWPORT — In a state with almost 2 million residents who are food insecure, much of the gap between food stamp eligibility and a family's ability to provide a balanced and nutritional meal rests in... more »»

2 new local stores sell pop culture collectibles

October 1, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Holy coincidence, Batman! Two businesses specializing in pop culture collectibles — Comic Sense in Belpre and Classic Plastics Toy Store in Parkersburg —are opening their doors... more »»

ATV safety course offered locally

October 1, 2015 From local reports PARKERSBURG —Mountwood ATV Adventures has completed a week-long safety training course, certifying five local instructors to now provide safety training to local ATV users. more »»

Warren High’s Homecoming royalty

October 1, 2015 Warren High School’s Homecoming court starting from the left side of the picture front row: Lara Eksi (senior), Hannah Heft (senior), Emma Yabs (senior), Audri Bowe (senior), Faith Shields (junior),... more »»

Candidates speak out

September 30, 2015 With the city mayor’s seat and several city council seats open for the upcoming election, a handful of Marietta candidates brought their arguments to the forefront Tuesday night for an evening debat... more »»

Deputies in Beverly shootout cleared

September 30, 2015 An investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations concluded that the Washington County Sheriff’s officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Beverly man in August would not be charged... more »»

Hunters add to area’s economy

September 30, 2015 With this year’s white-tailed deer hunting season open to bowmen at last, local businesses are prepared for the influx of hunters as the weather cools and the arrows emerge from the tree. more »»

Band-O-Rama preparations

September 30, 2015 The air was filled with chuckles and chimes Monday as Marietta High School’s Wall of Sound tirelessly perfected its routine in preparation of the 54th annual Band-O-Rama. more »»

Questions persist about W.Va. students’ test scores

September 30, 2015 PARKERSBURG - Wood County Schools officials say many questions remain unanswered with the state's new student achievement exam and how scores will be calculated in the future. more »»

Bleacher seats

September 29, 2015 BELPRE—With the ground broken and preparations for a new foundation underway, Belpre High School expects to install a new set of visitor’s bleachers by the end of this year’s football season. more »»

Mayors, candidates adjust to wedding rules

September 29, 2015 The definition of marriage was amended across the nation this summer when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex couples' right to be wed. more »»

Frontier officials report on Forest money

September 29, 2015 NEW MATAMORAS — Members of the Frontier Local Schools Board of Education reported Monday evening on a meeting held with rangers from Wayne National Forest last week to ask for more funding from the... more »»

Oak Grove Christian expands

September 29, 2015 When Oak Grove Christian School opened its doors for the first time last school year, the halls were filled with preschool and kindergarteners, but for its second time around, the growing school is... more »»

College Night tonight at MC

September 29, 2015 Hundreds of local high school students are expected to attend the 13th annual Mid-Ohio Valley College Night this evening at Marietta College. more »»



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