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Though times have been tough for Smart Networks in recent months, with the company being evicted and facing complaints about service, the services provided by the company are soon expected to expand within Washington County and beyond.
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The Marietta Riverfront Roar board of directors and committee would like to thank the sponsors, patrons, volunteers, vendors and the community for supporting the 14th annual Roar.
The saying that the Internet is written in ink is meant to describe the permanent status of web content, and for the Independent Baptist Mission for Asians, that reality has resulted in a nearly two-year legal battle to keep its organization's reputation intact.
The Washington County Behavioral Health Board is trying to drum up support for its planned residential treatment facility on Fifth Street in Marietta, with less than two weeks to go before it appears before the Planning Commission for needed approvals.
Marietta City Councilman Johnny Walker stands at a cross walk near West Side Elementary School on Thursday.
Andrew "Guido" Fourman, 35, of Columbus, Ohio, and formerly of Winterport, Maine, and Marietta, died suddenly in his home in Columbus on August 19, 2014.
Area students have noticed an increased presence from area law enforcement in recent years, but that presence will be become even more tangible this year as the Washington County Sheriff's Office sets up outpost offices in three local schools, with more planned.
JACKIE RUNION The Marietta Times Marietta resident Olivia Lohrey gives her son Corbin a kiss goodbye before he heads into Phillips Elementary School Wednesday morning to begin second grade alongside sister Mya, who started fifth grade.
Rain or shine, expect a flood of runners and walkers along Front Street and the River Trail between Marietta's East Muskingum and Indian Acres parks on Sunday at 8 a.m. At that time, the 12th annual Marietta Times Y5 Road Race will be underway.
For two years Smart Networks, LLC of Marietta has been providing high-speed Internet service to areas of Washington County that previously had no high-speed access.
Those looking for a healthier lunch hour can start walking with the Marietta Family YMCA's new Lunchtime Walking Club every Tuesday and Thursday.
As students prepare to walk into classrooms today across Washington County, a whole new group of students will walk through the halls of a newly formed school to be taught under the tenants of Latin education.
A Marietta man was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital Saturday morning after his pickup truck tumbled over a 30-foot embankment.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 09:08 am
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