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Wolf Creek board gets primer on new math education

April 14, 2015 WATERFORD —With changing learning standards comes an evolution in the way teachers instruct students, a lesson members learned first hand at the Wolf Creek Local Board of Education meeting Monday... more »»

McDonald’s demolition

April 14, 2015 JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times General manager Celeste Parsons works to demolish a portion of the Pike Street McDonald's roof Monday afternoon while owner Laurie Strahler looks on. more »»

Ebola patient offers personal perspective

April 14, 2015 VIENNA, W.Va. — Liberia is situated on the west coast of Africa. It is known, unfortunately, for the roaring epidemic of Ebola after it spread to the country in 2014 from Guinea. Dr. more »»

Mickey D’s redo

April 13, 2015 Amid the sounds of music and laughter Sunday were sounds of grills being cleaned, equipment moved and the Pike Street McDonald’s crew making room for something new. The McDonald’s at 500 Pike St. more »»

Fire in Nelsonville; Opera House sustains water, smoke damage

April 13, 2015 NELSONVILLE, Ohio — A fire late Saturday night in Nelsonville gutted a building behind the backstage of the historic Stuart's Opera House and damaged the theater and other 19th century buildings,... more »»

Enthusiasts flock from near and far for bird expo

April 13, 2015 The squawks and trills of every kind of bird imaginable enveloped the Quality Inn Sunday morning and afternoon at the annual Featherific Bird Expo, where attendees could pick up bird toys and food,... more »»

Capturing Sternwheel Fest in photos

April 13, 2015 Since 1996, Williamstown resident Cathi Cummins, 72, has served on the Ohio River Sternwheel Festival Committee. more »»

Mountain bike races bring out cyclists

April 13, 2015 VOLCANO — Weather and trail conditions were ideal Sunday at the 20th annual Simonton Windows Challenge at Mountwood, one of the more popular mountain bike races in the region. more »»

Rivers continue to recede, chance of rain lingers

April 13, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Local rivers Sunday continued to recede. more »»

Around town published April 13

April 13, 2015 Bingo to benefit Wolf Creek Youth Baseball Bingo will be held Sunday in the Waterford High School gym to benefit Wolf Creek Youth Baseball. Doors will open at noon and games will begin at 1 p.m. more »»

Consumers can get healthier, fresher food right here

April 11, 2015 From juices and fresh vegetables to chicken and bread, vendors of Marietta’s River City Farmers Market offer a variety of health-conscious options like gluten-free or certified organic produce beyon... more »»

Ohio River to see 33 ft. crest

April 11, 2015 From staff reports The Ohio River in Marietta is expected to reach at least action stage over the weekend, according to Mike Charnick, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charlesto. more »»

Jail employees quit, fired or demoted

April 11, 2015 A December investigation into widespread employee misconduct at the Washington County Jail dealt with the misuse of cell phones, tablets and computers while at work, and resulted in at least three... more »»

Erosion closes campgrounds

April 11, 2015 Three fee-free area campgrounds along Ohio 26 are closed due to bank erosion and might stay closed permanently depending on an upcoming assessment from the Wayne National Forest. more »»

Students prepare for SkillsUSA

April 11, 2015 Students from the Washington County Career Center will be drilling, wiring and hammering under the pressure of a clock as a handful prepare to compete in the Ohio SkillsUSA state competition next... more »»

Area weather events

April 11, 2015 Thunder, lightning, rotating wall cloud, hail, rain, flooding — did we miss any signs of spring? It was, as Dylan Cooper of the National Weather Service in Charleston said “a busy day for weather”... more »»

Community Service Day is April 18 in Marietta

April 11, 2015 When the days begin to get warmer and the flowers begin to bloom, an annual tradition of community volunteerism is sure to follow close behind. more »»

Marietta home to Civil War veterans

April 11, 2015 Besides being scholars of their time, a large portion of gentlemen that walked the halls of Marietta College in the mid-1860s were Civil War soldier. more »»

Around Town

April 11, 2015 MHS ‘58 reunion committee to meet The reunion committee of Marietta High School’s Class of 1958 will hold a “Spring Sip’n Chat” at the House of Wines at 6 p.m. Thursda. more »»

Storms hit Valley

April 10, 2015 Torrential downpours overnight Wednesday and throughout the day Thursday left a host of problems in their wake including flash flooding that closed roads and caused issues for first responder. more »»



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