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Homeowners and farmers across Ohio are paying 70 percent of school property taxes and Washington County is in line with the pack.
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You take that first bite of a fresh, piping hot, sweet corn-on-the-cob dipped in melted butter.
Local residents, speed-freaks, and water bugs wandered, danced and hula-hooped through the streets of Marietta Friday night, as the opening of the 14th annual Riverfront Roar and the July Merchants and Artist Walk happily collided.
Scattered on picnic blankets and lawn chairs, enjoying the cool summer air, local residents enjoyed a relatively new experience Friday evening-an open air performance of one of William Shakespeare's earliest comedies in Muskingum Park.
We periodically encounter forces that alter landscapes and human lives. They are formidable, pulling the world in their wake, with an aftermath felt over generations.
Pastor David R. Smith said originally services were held in the building next door, where the Seventh Day Adventists held their services.
Four Marietta residents were arrested for stealing wheels from Ward's Recycling Thursday after a concerned citizen reported suspicious activity there.
Near the Washington County Historical Society grows a towering tree with a quirky distinction.
A week after 6th Congressional District Democratic candidate Jennifer Garrison challenged Republican incumbent Bill Johnson to a series of seven debates in a letter, the Democratic challenger is still awaiting an answer.
Patrons of The Original Pizza Place in Marietta can now have a cold brew with their meal as the restaurant has received the first of 15 new liquor licenses that became available through the formation of a city revitalization district late last year.
Organizers say everything is coming together for this weekend's 14th annual Marietta Riverfront Roar powerboat races that kick off Friday along the Ohio River in downtown Marietta.
A storm reminiscent of the derecho that caused widespread destruction two years ago struck Tuesday afternoon, resulting in power outages and damaged buildings around the area.
Second Congregational Church will be taking orders for a food program, Smart Choice Foods, at the church on Thursday, July 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, July 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. The last day to order food online is July 16 by 11:59 p.m. Food will be distributed at the church on July 26 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. EBT food cards will be accepted, ... (more)
As the number of walkers and bikers making use of Marietta's River Trail increases, the chances also increase for potential accidents between bicyclists and pedestrians on the shared use pathway.
Homeowners and farmers across the state are paying 70 percent of school property taxes and Washington County is right in line with the pack.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:49 pm
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