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Waterford Fair parade tradition

August 20, 2016 WATERFORD—The Waterford Community Fair kicked off its second day with style Friday as a parade drew hundreds of people to watch the children race about catching candy while community members passed... more »»

Williamstown Bank's employees pitch in again and again

August 20, 2016 A mother exited her home — plastered with mold and mud — holding a torn doll, damp, dirty and destroyed. As she held the doll, she noted that her stepson had loved the lost toy. more »»

Courthouse jumper recovered, skips sentencing hearing

August 20, 2016 An already complicated case became even more convoluted this week as Chad Bledsoe, 30, of 14735 Waterford Road, Waterford, failed to appear for his sentencing hearing in Washington County Common... more »»

Shop with a Cop for school

August 20, 2016 By Breckin Wells The Marietta Times bwells@mariettatimes. more »»

Marietta curb ramp work ongoing

August 20, 2016 Crews from Shelly & Sands Construction began work this week on 18 curb ramps that will be part of Marietta’s 2016 asphalt paving program. more »»

St. Mary School celebrates 120th anniversary

August 20, 2016 St. Mary School is celebrating 120 years of Catholic education this year and the school staff is welcoming all alumni to come and celebrate with them. On Sunday from 1 to 4 p.. more »»

Wood BOE will vote on final bond call

August 20, 2016 The Wood County Board of Education meets Tuesday to approve the final wording of the November facilities bond call. more »»

Around town

August 20, 2016 Parking Partners closed for sealing The Parking Partners lot in downtown Marietta will be closed on Saturday and Sunday for sealing and re-striping, weather permittin. more »»

Warren’s first day back in class

August 19, 2016 VINCENT—On Thursday students of Warren Local Schools filled the school halls and classrooms marking the first day back of the 2016-2017 school yea. more »»

Parents, teachers spending with an eye on first day of class

August 19, 2016 With some schools already in session and more opening their doors next week, one thing is for certain, all students need school supplies for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. more »»

Waterford community prepared for a fair weekend

August 19, 2016 WATERFORD—Fair food was heating up right along with the weather at the Waterford Fair on Thursday as community members set up their booths in preparation for a fine fair weekend. more »»

Commissioners, Smart Networks at odds

August 19, 2016 By Hannah Kittle The Marietta Times Washington County Commissioners are considering terminating a lease with a broadband service provider following numerous complaints. more »»

Main Street seeks more support from city

August 19, 2016 The executive director of Marietta Main Street asked for more support from the city during Thursday’s regular Marietta City Council meeting. more »»

Harvest of Hope plans fundraiser dinner

August 19, 2016 By Nathaniel Miller Special to the Times Fresh food is not only good for the body but the local community, as the Washington County Harvest of Hope gears up for the second annual Farm to Table Dinne... more »»

Prescription pill pusher sentenced

August 19, 2016 A New Matamoras man was sentenced to six months in the Washington County Jail and five years of community control on Thursday for selling prescription pills. Gary Berentz, 47, of 101 Evans St. more »»


August 19, 2016 Elections board office closed Aug. 31 The Washington County Board of Elections will be closed on Aug. 31 so the staff may attend a district meeting. The board office will re-open at 8 a.m. Sept. 1. more »»

Senior services levy renewal will continue to provide funding

August 18, 2016 Does feeding seniors delicious and nutritious meals sound appealing? How about providing affordable medications for the elderly? That's exactly what the senior tax levy appearing on the November... more »»

No timetable for Armory’s 2nd floor

August 18, 2016 A contract has finally been awarded to install an elevator at Marietta’s Armory, but it could be some time before additional renovation of the 100-year-old structure takes place. more »»

Barlow area avoids disaster during gas leak

August 18, 2016 By Breckin Wells The Marietta Times Ohio 339 in Barlow was closed for two hours Wednesday and multiple businesses were evacuated due to a gas leak. Lt. more »»

New at Putnam school

August 17, 2016 When Putnam Elementary students arrive for their first day of class in one week, they will be greeted with more than just new teachers as the elementary school has been making improvements for the... more »»



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