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JASMINE ROGERS The Marietta Times Attorney Joe Brockwell talks Thursday in Washington County Common Pleas Court about his recent contact with client Jon Barker, who failed to show up for his sentencing that morning on domestic violence and breaking and entering charges.
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Many Americans spend time finishing school, looking and settling into jobs and careers, landing promotions, getting married, traveling and having children throughout their 20s.
Police are looking for answers and suspects behind multiple burglaries, including two at downtown restaurants, that happened between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in Marietta.
If walls could talk, the ones on the inside of the Ohio Company Land Office building behind the Campus Martius Museum would tell stories of when Rufus Putnam and his associates toiled over piles of maps and paperwork in the tiny wood cabin more than two centuries ago.
Gloria J. Salyer, 85, went to meet the Lord July 25, 2014. She was a long-time resident of Kingston in Ashland, Ohio.
He was born Feb. 1, 1927 in Marietta to Arthur C. and Goldie H. Warman Kaneff. He had been employed at Nelson's Earthmoving and Tire Shop and later by Ford Brothers Trucking.
Ohio Rep. Andy Thompson, R-Marietta, along with fellow lawmaker Matt Huffman, R-Lima, recently introduced a new version of a house bill that would completely scrap Common Core standards in Ohio, an action met with mixed feelings.
City Council approved the first step to donate a 30-year-old fire engine to fire training classes at Washington State Community College during the regular business meeting Monday evening.
With the state generating more money than ever from online sales tax, Ohioans have a variety of ideas on how those funds could be used, with many constituents and officials hoping to see that money trickle back down into local pockets.
Organizers of a recent horse show fundraiser for the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley say conditions were safe for the horses, despite concerns raised by an attendee.
When Janice Levy and her husband Charles moved to Marietta three years ago, it was the first small community that the Levys had ever lived in.
This is the final segment of a three part tribute to Marilyn Ortt, who recently past away, leaving behind a 40 year legacy of contributions to the environmental health of Marietta and the surrounding region.
When 6-year-old Gage Sams takes walks with his parents along the main streets in Marietta, he usually asks the same question.
For the last four years after getting her college degree, Kelly Querry, 25, has lived on Foster Lane, a small alley between Fifth and Sixth streets in Marietta.
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