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Par Mar CEO named ‘Woman of the Year’

May 15, 2015 Charleston, W.Va. more »»

Former area resident joins Boston biotech company

May 15, 2015 BOSTON, Mass. — Intarcia Therapeutics, Inc. recently announced the appointment of James P. more »»

Washington County Career Center May Students of the Month

May 15, 2015 The Washington County Career Center honors its May Students of the Month — Paige Ferguson, Kathryn Hecknauer and Kendrick Hendrix. more »»

Four retiring physicians honored

May 14, 2015 From local reports Camden Clark Medical Centered formally honored four local physicians on the occasion of their retirement during a medical executive committee meeting at the hospital on April 21. more »»

SABIC plant layoffs effective today

May 14, 2015 By Jess Mancini Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — The furloughs for the bulk of the employees at SABIC Innovative Plastics in Wood County will be effective this week, a company spokesman said on... more »» to host Athens area career fair

May 14, 2015 From local reports ATHENS —, the state’s premier resume and job bank, is hosting a career fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 20 at Athens Community Center, 701 E. State S. more »»

Real leaders can learn a lot from failure

May 13, 2015 As a freshman at Beallsville High School, I played reserve football and freshman basketball with little acclaim. When spring came, I joined the track team with the encouragement of my football coac. more »»

Jacoby joins APEG and JobsOhio team

May 6, 2015 From local reports Mike Jacoby recently joined the Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth to direct economic development related to Ohio’s shale play. more »»

Peoples’ efforts to educate awarded

May 6, 2015 From local reports Peoples Bank was recently honored with the Innovation in Financial Education Award presented by NASDAQ and EverFi. more »»

Learning occurs when you least expect it

May 6, 2015 When fall returned to the farm, the task of digging potatoes was at hand. We usually planted 12 or 13 rows extending about 500 feet from end to end. more »»

Long line greets new store

May 2, 2015 Special to the Times Sephora General Manager Sabrina Hulsey cuts the ribbon on the new store inside J.C. Penney at the Grand Central Mall with members of the J.C. Penney team Friday. more »»

Storytelling creates positive memories

April 29, 2015 My sister, Sylvia, and our grandmother were close throughout my memory. Grandmother ofte sn told one story about Sylvia that happened around the time of my birth when Sylvia was 5 years old. more »»

Best leaders take control, but in a quiet manner

April 22, 2015 “Joe! Jack! Glenn!” Mom’s words echoed up the stairs, bounced off the window that framed the landing at the top, and funneled into the room where my two brothers and I slept. It was our wake-up cal. more »»

Leaders benefit from reviewing decisions made during a crisis

April 15, 2015 On Sept. 27, 1854, my great-great-great-grandfather and grandmother, the Benedicts, were on the last leg of a trip home from France aboard an ocean-going wooden paddlewheel called the Arctic. more »»

New Advance Auto Parts store in Caldwell

April 10, 2015 From local reports CALDWELL — Advance Auto Parts, Inc. more »»

Campbell Caron’s new marketing VP

April 10, 2015 Alan Campbell joins Caron Products as vice president of marketing. In his new role, Campbell will be responsible for all Caron marketing and product management activity throughout the world. more »»

Teamwork leads to good relationships

April 8, 2015 For as long as I can remember, mine has been a family of insect collectors. Dad was a biology and chemistry teacher and kindled this interest in us from an early ag. more »»

Three officers at Williamstown Bank promoted

April 1, 2015 The board of directors of Williamstown Bank recently announced the promotion of three officers. ¯ Sharon K. Anderson has been promoted to senior vice presiden. more »»

Measure competition with cooperation

April 1, 2015 When we were young, my brothers and I loved to visit a little stream close to where we lived. more »»

Everyone needs their own ‘barn’

March 25, 2015 A great pastime for my younger brother, Jack, and me was building forts and tunnels out of the hay in our large barn. more »»



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