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With all the shopping to be done, cookies to be made and relatives to be visited, it is easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.
An office that provides free legal aid to low-income victims of domestic violence, elder abuse and other crimes committed in Muskingum and surrounding counties is closing.
From the quirky to the classic and from the spacious to the cozy, a wide variety of downtown loft spaces will be opening their doors for this year's annual Holiday Loft Tour.
Dale Eugene "Andy" Anderson, went to be with his Savior on Saturday . Born July 12, 1928, in Fleming, Ohio, the son of the late Carl C. and Mildred V. Anderson, he was a graduate of Marietta High School.
A Marietta man and woman will be summonsed for animal cruelty after five dogs were confiscated from their home Friday.
Multiple guilty verdicts against a Marietta man accused of sexually abusing young boys was upheld last week by the Ohio Supreme Court.
Marietta's annual Christmas Parade made its way through the downtown area at 1 p.m. under bright, sunny skies.
A few folks left their Christmas spirit at home as the holiday shopping season officially kicked off Thursday and Friday, but overall, problems were few and far between.
For many area families, Friday marked the opening day of hunting season-the approximately month long Christmas tree hunting season that is.
In June, Mariettans were appalled to learn of the burglary of food from The Gospel Mission Food Pantry.
Mark was a U.S. Air Force Veteran of the Vietnam War, member of the VFW of Marietta, the American Legion and Alcoholics Anonymous.
He was born in Meadow Creek, W.Va., Dec. 27, 1923, one of eight children of the late William Reese and Lula Mae Gwinn Johnson.
Talmage "Tom" Jay Gray, 86, of Marietta, passed away Thursday at his home with his family at his side.
Flood Watch for Washington County was issued at December 06 at 1:00AM EST