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Marietta seventh-graders are going on the sixth annual three-day Ohio History Field Trip, where they will visit historical sites, such as the state capitol, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Grant's birthplace, and Serpent Mound.
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Enforcement of city parking regulations in the Armory Square parking lot will resume May 1, according to an announcement by Marietta safety-service director Jonathan Hupp during Thursday's regular city council meeting.
One man's trash is another man's recycling project, or at least it will be at Saturday's Earth Day celebration in downtown Marietta.
Marta Henrie, 55, of 550 Rummer Road, Marietta, reported Saturday that her husband, John, 48, who has been violent toward her in the past, threatened to wring her neck and cause her bodily harm if she did not finish the laundry that day.
The lone construction bid came in at more than 15 percent above the engineer's estimate for Marietta's traffic and pedestrian safety upgrade of the Seventh, Pike and Greene streets intersection, elevating the estimated cost by $264,256.
The 2014 Marietta Band Bucks Card sale has been a big success! Thank you to the 51 businesses supporting the program this year.
Often quietly nestled on old Ohio farmsteads sit some of the state's most interesting and historic pieces of architecture-barns.
While individuals have long been eschewing traditional landlines in favor of their more mobile counterparts, businesses have been slower to cast off traditional phone service and make the switch to mobile.
Cheryl "Cheri" French Thacker, 58, of Marietta went to be with the Lord on Saturday at the home of her parents, Roger and Kathleen French of Marietta.
A rehabilitation therapist at a state hospital in Baltimore, Miss Otto also portrays a young therapist in the film.
The team of Tyler Baltzell of Dayton, Lauren Bush of Kent, Ohio, Lexi Callaway of Portage, Mich., Mary Ervin of Lewis Center, Ohio, Natalie Mayan of Camden, Del., Charlee Ottersberg of Arvada, Colo., Margaret Price of Hilliard, Ohio, and Alexandra Seals of Marysville, Ind., won the Judge's Award for Best Social Media Use.
Marietta's River Trail has apparently survived one of the harshest winters in recent years without much damage to the four-mile pathway along the Muskingum and Ohio rivers.
Marietta students are a talented group. Well, actually, every school district likes to boast about the artistic talents of its students.