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Wolf Creek bracing for income loss

June 23, 2015 WATERFORD — Wolf Creek Local Schools are also feeling the affects of the closing of the AEP Muskingum River Plant, tax revenue from the plant and the results of the closure were a major discussion... more »»

Camp drives young minds

June 23, 2015 Students as young as seventh grade have business on the brain, thanks to a new pilot camp being held in Marietta that hopes to foster an entrepreneurial spirit in young people. more »»

Sergeant named Belpre’s new police chief

June 23, 2015 BELPRE — Belpre's new police chief was sworn in Monday evening during the Belpre City Council meeting. more »»

A time for healing

June 22, 2015 On the heels of a church shooting in Charleston, S.C., many area churches are keeping the church members in their thoughts, but aren’t too concerned about any potential for violence locally. more »»

More rain is likely

June 22, 2015 Heavy rains, winds, thunder and lightning swept through the valley Saturday, knocking down tree limbs and causing streams to rise, and more rain is on the way for the forecast over the next few day. more »»

Father’s Day Car Show

June 22, 2015 Marietta resident Rob Ersch has made an appearance at the annual Marietta Noon Lions Club Father’s Day Car Show every year since his son Aaron was little. more »»

Giving back, from the heart

June 22, 2015 While most think of retirement as the time to kick off your shoes and relax after many years of hard work, for Yvonne Ritchie, 66, of Williamstown, the time is all about giving back. more »»

Weather holds out Sunday for festival

June 22, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The 20th annual Mid-Ohio Multi-Cultural Festival ended on a sunny note Sunday after a weekend of intermittent and at times heavy rain interspersed with sunny and hot temperatures. more »»

Program on W.Va’s role during the Civil War

June 22, 2015 BOAZ — West Virginia's birth in the midst of the war between the North and South was recalled during a re-enactment program Saturday on the grounds of the historic Henderson Hall along Old River Roa... more »»

Colombo once again named mayor

June 22, 2015 By Evan Bevins Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — Toward the end of an interview Friday morning at his family's Jimmie Colombo's Italian Restaurant, newly appointed Mayor Jimmy Colombo stopped to... more »»

Around town published June 22

June 22, 2015 Free lunch for the community Tuesday First Presbyterian Church of Marietta is offering a free lunch for the community from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesda. more »»

Fatherly figures

June 20, 2015 Marietta resident Zachary Treadway, 17, went to live with his grandparents 10 years ago and though Larry McKitrick is his grandfather, Treadway looks to him as a father figure. more »»

Fatherhood is near for Hockenberry

June 20, 2015 A little more than a year after making their new smart house a home, Ashley and Kyle Hockenberry will be welcoming a lovable bundle of joy—their son Reagan. more »»

Man hit by pickup truck on 821 dies

June 20, 2015 From staff reports A pedestrian who was struck by a pickup truck while he was walking down the middle of Ohio 821 Thursday night died from his injuries Friday at Marietta Memorial Hospital. Timmy . more »»

17 served warrants for arrest in sweep

June 20, 2015 From staff reports As part of a joint “warrant sweep” by multiple law enforcement agencies in the Mid-Ohio Valley, 17 people were served warrants throughout Washington and Wood counties Thursday an... more »»

State budget nears approval

June 20, 2015 What will eventually become the State of Ohio’s two-year operating budget is in its final stages of negotiations after the state Senate passed a $71.3 billion budget Thursday. more »»

Homecoming lives up to its name

June 20, 2015 BEVERLY—It was another night of food, rides, family and friends Friday during the second day of the 69th annual Beverly-Waterford Homecoming. more »»

Sister act on Front St.

June 20, 2015 Right next door to Cat Bigley’s clothing and eclectics store, S.W.A.G.G., on Front Street lies a new coffee house owned by Bigley’s sisters Karen Henthorn and Liz Johnson. more »»

Colorful, global festival in full swing

June 20, 2015 PARKERSBURG — When the Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival began 20 years ago, it was created to be a positive answer to what organizers saw as a recurring negative event in the area. more »»

Marietta teen prepares for 7-week trip to China

June 20, 2015 For one who has loved the history and cultures of Asia since she was a little girl, Nora Torbett, 16, of Marietta is delighted to soon be on her way to China for an expenses-paid seven-week immersio... more »»



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