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Vincent pantry a haven for a wide area

November 15, 2014 VINCENT—For those in the western part of the county who might be struggling to put food on the table or who might need some household items, there is the Western Washington County Food Pantry in... more »»

Winter accompanies rise in demand at pantries

November 15, 2014 As winter converges on the area, the number of those who need help getting food on the table rises, and many area organizations are trying to offer assistance to local residents. more »»

Good economic news for many Ohioans

August 23, 2014 CINCINNATI — Looking at a wide-screen view of Ohio’s economy, there are clear signs of economic progress during Republican John Kasich’s time as governor. more »»

Locally, statistics on recovery are mixed

August 23, 2014 Five years after the end of the recession, a variety of local residents and employers say their experiences point to a healthily rebounding—though perhaps not completely recovered—economy in... more »»

Some cities use levies as means to finance fun

August 16, 2014 Many cities around the state have recreation levies, which help support recreational activities such as playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts and community centers. more »»

YMCA struggles to make needed upgrades

August 16, 2014 With basketball courts, an outdoor multi-purpose area, a pool and several activity rooms, the Marietta Family YMCA is a mecca for local recreational opportunities. more »»

Harmar’s Browns Alley offers peace and great views

July 26, 2014 When 6-year-old Gage Sams takes walks with his parents along the main streets in Marietta, he usually asks the same question. more »»

Foster Lane is nestled between Fifth, Sixth streets

July 26, 2014 For the last four years after getting her college degree, Kelly Querry, 25, has lived on Foster Lane, a small alley between Fifth and Sixth streets in Marietta. more »»

Old Brewery Lane

July 26, 2014 According to an address directory, nobody lives on Old Brewery Lane—an old brick alley that cuts a quick jaunt between the back parking lot of the Campus Martius Museum and the middle of Central... more »»

Home at last

June 21, 2014 It was June 15, 2011, when local soldier Kyle Hockenberry, 19, went on a foot patrol in Afghanistan that changed his life. more »»

Marietta native never sought spotlight

June 14, 2014 When Marietta native Paul M. more »»

Sergeant earned Flying Cross, place in Arlington

June 14, 2014 A gravestone not far from the Wooster Street entrance to Marietta’s Oak Grove Cemetery bears a simple engraving: “Beloved Paul E. Dye, 1920-1979. more »»

Family considers Arlington burial an honor

June 14, 2014 Before the 21 gun salute, folding of the flag and other honors associated with a military funeral, Linda Steelman, 67, of Marietta, watched her father’s casket make the trip to Arlington National... more »»

Family vacations on a budget

May 24, 2014 --Zoos-- The Wilds ¯ Location: 14000 International Road, Cumberland. ¯ Cost (Basic safari): Adults: $20; Seniors: $19; Children age 4-12: $15; Children age 3 and under: Free; Members: Fr. more »»

Primay election preview

May 3, 2014 Dems vie for Sixth Congressional seat Two Democrats are hoping to win their party’s vote in the May 6 primary election for the opportunity to run against Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. more »»

New life breathed into 203-year-old Devola home

April 12, 2014 The 203-year-old white house that sits on Masonic Park Road is eye-catching among its modern neighbors, looking almost exactly the same as it did when it was built by Col. Joseph Barker in 1811. more »»

Rinard Covered Bridge a reminder of bygone days

April 12, 2014 WINGETT RUN—Only nine covered bridges remain in Washington County, a reminder of the bygone days when horse-and-buggies were the only way to travel. more »»



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