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Local candidates go face-to-face

September 26, 2015 Just more than a month out from the election, a number of Marietta candidates will face off in a public debate Tuesday. more »»

Judge won’t dismiss C8 case

September 26, 2015 By The Associated Press COLUMBUS — A federal judge refused to dismiss one of two test cases that could potentially help settle thousands of similar lawsuits against chemical giant DuPont. more »»

Woman’s Home upgrade

September 26, 2015 A Marietta staple is preparing for yet another phase of new windows to accomplish better energy efficiency and keep its residents warm through the coming winter. more »»

Scout tackles park project

September 26, 2015 When a Marietta High School student noticed that some of the playground area in his Reno neighborhood’s park was falling into disrepair, he seized the opportunity to do something nice for his... more »»

Historic Marietta police promotion

September 26, 2015 Katherine Warden is sworn in as the first female sergeant of the Marietta Police Department by Mayor Joe Matthews Friday morning with the help of sons Drew, left, and Owen, right. more »»

Marietta food editor’s book all abut the pawpaw

September 26, 2015 From staff reports Sara Bir of Marietta has written "The Pocket Pawpaw Cookbook." The cookbook has 38 pages and 12 recipes. more »»

College in H.S.

September 25, 2015 In Marietta High School on Thursday morning, 27 students from all four grade levels worked on still-life artwork under the guidance of MHS teacher Heath Rader, a setting that would be fairly common... more »»

Electricity aggregation up for Nov. 3 vote

September 25, 2015 Unincorporated area residents of Washington County will have a cost-savings measure to decide upon this November with regards to their electricity bills. more »»

Sheriff’s civil division office remodeled

September 25, 2015 Those strolling into the annex end of the Washington County Courthouse will meet a different sight now that security-based renovations are nearing completion at the Washington County Sheriff’s Offic... more »»

New place to dine in town

September 25, 2015 In less than a month, one new restaurant in Marietta has begun to earn a reputation for great flavor, wide variety and an affordable taste of Italian cooking. more »»

Wood Co. schools check on payroll mandate

September 25, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A legal opinion is being sought on whether Wood County Schools can require employees to receive their pay through electronic means. more »»

Historical records found in Wood Co. clerk’s office

September 25, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Peter VanWinkle's will, slave records, a Civil War soldier's war record - historic snapshots in time among the timeless treasures uncovered during an ongoing records preservation... more »»

Autumn’s bounty

September 24, 2015 Whether you want to wade through a pumpkin patch to pick the best potential jack-o-lantern or you want to find the sweetest apple, now is the time to return to fall favorites with autumn activities... more »»

New cuts at MC; 19 faculty jobs going

September 24, 2015 Marietta College President Joseph Bruno faces a possible vote of no confidence from faculty following the recent announcement of another round of personnel cuts at the college. more »»

Council crunches numbers on sewer work

September 24, 2015 Cost savings, environmental sponsorship and the final plans of the wastewater treatment plant's renovations were discussed at Marietta City Council's water and sewer committee meeting Wednesda. more »»

New attractions at Commons

September 24, 2015 Months ago, Putnam Commons in Marietta sat much emptier with just a few businesses and only one retail store, but today, that same building is bustling with a variety of shops that have filled the... more »»

Woman held as fugitive from La.

September 24, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — A Williamstown woman was arrested as a fugitive from justice from Louisiana on Wednesday, officials said. more »»

Police sweep Williamstown High; no drugs found

September 24, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — A lockdown and drug sweep of Williamstown High School Wednesday morning found no trace of drugs in the building. more »»

Test scores please Wood County schools officials

September 24, 2015 PARKERSBURG —Scores on a new state student performance exam were surprisingly good, but there's still room for improvement, officials with Wood County Schools said. more »»

State rep speaks against shutdown

September 24, 2015 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times Ohio Rep. Debbie Phillips, D-Albany, speaks out against a looming government shutdown at the Social Security Administration office in Marietta Wednesday morning. more »»



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