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Lease is up at Jackson Park, but tenant still living on lot

October 11, 2014 Nearly two months after Marietta City Council voted against renewing the lease of a tenant at the city’s Jackson Hill Park, some council members are still hoping to revisit the issue while the city... more »»

2 big events ahead for Belpre chamber

October 11, 2014 BELPRE — The next two weeks will be busy for the Belpre Area Chamber of Commerce as two of its largest business-related events of the year will be held. more »»

Budget remedy

October 10, 2014 By Sam Shawver The Marietta Times sshawver@mariettatime. more »»

Ruble’s bond still $2.5M

October 10, 2014 The $2. more »»

Local man and woman charged with conspiracy to commit murder

October 10, 2014 The Washington County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Belpre woman and Noble County man for conspiracy to commit aggravated murder. more »»

Health officials urge caution vs. uncommon virus

October 10, 2014 Health officials are urging the public to be cautious, but not panic, about the uncommon strain of virus that has been causing severe respiratory illness in children across the country. As of Oc. more »»

Killer sentenced for drug trafficking

October 10, 2014 A Marietta man already serving 15 years to life for murder pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree felony Thursday afternoon and was sentenced to 17 months in prison. Ira . more »»

Council talks more about 308 Putnam St.

October 10, 2014 City officials delved deeper into possible future scenarios for a nearly empty city building at 308 Putnam St. during Marietta City Council's lands, buildings and parks committee Thursday. more »»

St. Mary Parish Festival expands

October 10, 2014 Expect double the fun, entertainment and prizes at this year’s St. Mary Catholic School Parish Fall Festival. more »»

Commissioners discuss next phase of W.P. Snyder renovation

October 10, 2014 The Ohio History Connection and Ohio Department of Transportation sat down with Washington County Commissioners to discuss Phase 3 of the W.P. Snyder restoration project Thursday. more »»

WCCC board told center running in the black

October 10, 2014 In a recovering economy, the Washington County Career Center can rest a bit easier as the technical education school's board of education reviewed its five-year forecast at its regular meeting... more »»

Man admits to 2 felonies

October 10, 2014 From staff reports Chad B. Bledsoe, 29, of Waterford, pleaded guilty to two fifth-degree felonies related to a Belpre break-in Thursday in Judge Ed Lane’s courtroo. more »»

Local deer hunter dedicated

October 10, 2014 At age 39, Marietta resident Keith Snider said he knows he must be doing something right after being featured in three major hunting publications, all seeking his expertise in whitetail deer hunting... more »»

Coal Run’s story

October 9, 2014 COAL RUN—The small community of Coal Run owes much of its origins to the flowing waters running through and beside the town. more »»

94th House: Newcomer vs. incumbent

October 9, 2014 By Jackie Runion The Marietta Times jrunion@mariettatimes. more »»

Jury convicts Belpre man of assault

October 9, 2014 A Washington County jury on Wednesday found former Belpre resident Kenneth Scott, 59, guilty of felonious assault and domestic violence in the beating of his live-in girlfriend, Tana Senften in Apri... more »»

Ground broken in Belpre for skilled nursing rehab center

October 9, 2014 BELPRE — Officials held a ceremonial groundbreaking Wednesday for Belpre Landing, a new skilled nursing and rehabilitation center on Hill Street. more »»

City Council discusses sewer projects

October 9, 2014 Marietta City Council was given two large sewer projects to consider Wednesday during a meeting of its water, sewer and sanitation committe. more »»

Beverly’s paving to begin this month

October 9, 2014 BEVERLY—Some much needed repaving on Beverly roads should be completed by the end of the month. During Wednesday's council meeting, councilman Jim Ullman gave project updates and shared the good news. more »»

Foundation milestone

October 9, 2014 When the Marietta Community Foundation formed in January 1974, it was by prominent community leaders Carl Broughton and Hayward Strecker. more »»



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