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Council opts for hearing on oil, gas lease

October 17, 2014 A decision to lease city land for oil and gas exploration will have to wait until at least next month as Marietta City Council opted at its Thursday meeting to call for a public comment hearing... more »»

Fort Frye board gets financial forecast

October 17, 2014 LOWER SALEM — With a trend in declining enrollment in traditional public schools in Southeast Ohio, Fort Frye Local Schools is projecting its finances to be stable for the next few years before... more »»

75 years of painting Marietta

October 17, 2014 Sherwin-Williams may be a major franchise, but it has its own place among the other various local shops within the Marietta community, and has for the past 75 years. more »»

Belpre chamber meeting covers oil, gas, local economy

October 17, 2014 BELPRE — More than 75 members of the Belpre community attended the "Continuing the Talk: Economic Resources to Grow On" Town Talk event presented by the Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday... more »»

Hearing in murder-for-hire case

October 16, 2014 A Belpre woman who allegedly conspired to have her husband murdered later told police she actually intended to take her spouse out of the house so he would not be killed the night the murder was to... more »»

A place in history

October 16, 2014 BELPRE—The white farm home resting back from the road at 310 Florence St. is old, certainly. more »»

Traffic delays likely for a week at Pike, Seventh, Greene

October 16, 2014 After a hectic summer and fall of traffic delays, lane closures and detours, a tentative end date is set for the large-scale project at Seventh, Pike and Greene street. more »»

Business impact of legal pot is discussed

October 16, 2014 Marijuana legalization might not be on Ohio ballots this coming November, but that does not mean people, particularly those in the business community, are not thinking about it. more »»

Zombies invading Harmar

October 16, 2014 Shuffling feet, groans and spectacular costumes from cute to downright gory will mark another year of zombies taking over Harmar Village. more »»

Man sent to jail for threats aimed at relatives

October 16, 2014 A Wingett Run area man was sentenced Wednesday to 67 days in jail for threatening to kill family members during an incident in July. Tyrone A. more »»

A pair of 5K runs at OVU this month

October 16, 2014 VIENNA, W.Va.— Running Unlimited LLC is offering two trail 5K runs through Ohio Valley University's scenic campus trails this month. The Wild and Wonderful 5K will be 8 a.m. Oct. 18. more »»

Vote on treatment facility delayed

October 16, 2014 From staff reports A discussion and possible permitting vote on the proposed residential treatment facility at 812 Fifth St. more »»

True blue friends

October 15, 2014 VINCENT—It is a big moment for high school students who take home the title of homecoming king or queen and an equally big decision is made to form the homecoming court. more »»

Delta Queen may return to river

October 15, 2014 Since 2009 the Delta Queen has been docked as a floating hotel in Chattanooga, Tenn. but legislation now in the U.S. Senate could get it cruising the Ohio and Mississippi rivers again. more »»

Lots of ballot issues in area counties

October 15, 2014 From levies for fire protection and operating expenses to liquor options and a proposed income tax levy for a school district, ballots in Morgan, Noble and Monroe counties have plenty of issues to... more »»

PUCO urges propane customers to stock up

October 15, 2014 As temperatures dropped into the single digits and lower last winter, the price of propane soared. more »»

Theater inspires filmmaker

October 15, 2014 Inside the historic Peoples Bank Theatre, evidence of the impending construction schedule is scattered about. Layers of peeled back wall coverings hint at the exposed brick beneath. more »»

Democrats’ dinner features State Sen. Gentile

October 15, 2014 The Washington County Democratic Party’s annual fall dinner is coming Friday with candidates for state and federal posts expected to attend. Ohio 30th District Sen. more »»

Costume choices

October 14, 2014 From vampires to Spiderman and princesses to fairies, youngsters across the country are ready to dress up and get candy galore for Hallowee. more »»

Towns avoid Friday for Trick or Treat

October 14, 2014 Several area communities have decided to hold Trick or Treat on Oct. 30 instead of Oct. 31, which falls on a Friday this yea. more »»

 
 
 

 

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