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8 hrs ago | Spirit of Jefferson Advocate
It's easy to plan an entire day of tasks using coffee as fuel. And just living from cup to cup is a kind of reward system for getting done the business of the day.
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12 hrs ago | Marietta Times
Come September the Green Valley Co-op, headquartered in Marietta, will merge with Agland Co-op Inc., based in New Philadelphia, under the Agland name.
13 hrs ago | Marietta Times
13 hrs ago | Marietta Times
Though the arrival of spring has been a highly-anticipated event for most in the Mid-Ohio Valley, Marietta City Schools Superintendent Harry Fleming has even more reason to celebrate after returning to his post in March after an accident last year led to a long recovery and absence.
Amanda A. Wallace, 19, of 231 E. Faye Ave., Marietta, was arrested Friday at her home on a charge of endangering children.
Chester E. Hall, 80, of Marietta died Saturday at his home. He was born March 9, 1934, in Spencer, W.Va., a son of William Hall, Sr. and Irene Marie Nichols Hall.
Here's another in a long list of things that make Marietta special and unique for small city in Southeast Ohio The 21st annual Cincinnati Reds Legends Youth baseball Clinic will be held in Marietta from June 16 to 18. This camp is held every year thanks to the hard work and dedication of local resident Mike Wagner, a longtime Reds fan.
The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County has made sure to teach area children important lessons about taking care of the earth.
Remix Pro Wrestling Throwdown for the Pound 9 will be held April 26 at Marietta Middle School as a fundraiser for the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley.
Marietta College maintained its second place position in the Ohio Athletic Conference baseball standings with a doubleheader sweep at Ohio Northern University Friday.
Amanda W. Carpenter, 35, of St. Marys, W.Va. and James L. Carpenter, Jr., 38, of Marietta, were granted a dissolution of marriage on April 10. Sonja Richards, age n/a, of Marietta, and James D. Richards, 64, of New Matamoras, were granted a divorce on April 11. Heather A. Dunn, 40, of Newport, and Timothy D. Dunn, 46, of New Matamoras, were granted ... (more)
A former Marietta woman was sentenced to 90 days in jail and three years of community control Friday after pleading guilty to drug possession and trafficking drugs out of her father's apartment.
Debbie Cunningham of Marietta makes a variety of Easter-themed crafts for the River City Farmers Market held at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
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.