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3 hrs ago | Marietta Times
Ask 11-year-old Kylie Lamp of Marietta what food she likes best at school, and her answer is far from out of the ordinary.
10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Imagine you are a pioneer in the early 1800's looking for someplace to settle. You're on a riverboat slowly floating down the Ohio River; the paddle wheel spinning lazily as it churns the waters, pulling the vessel down the tree lined valley.
Yesterday | Marietta Times
Nationally, the upcoming Labor Day weekend is expected to be the cheapest since 2010 with the highest volume of travel since 2008.
Yesterday | Marietta Times
A Marietta man who acted as driver in a pair of knife-point ATM robberies pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court and agreed to testify against the Marietta woman accused of carrying out the robberies.
If you thought the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge phenomenon was slowing down, you would be in for a surprise if you visited a number of local colleges, universities and schools.
Having a background in health care and experience with nursing homes helped catapult Jeff Campbell, 67, of Marietta, to the top of the list of 31 contenders for the Washington County Home Administrator position.
There were no last minute surprises locally as the deadline wound down Monday to submit write-in candidates for the November ballot.
Drive down Pike Street in Marietta at almost any time throughout the day, and you might find yourself slamming your hands on the steering wheel in frustration as a result of the slow traffic creeping past construction sites.
He was born in Wood County, W.Va., and was the son of the late Donald Ray Sr. and Doris Anne Stukey Busch.
He was born in Marietta, Ohio, on April 17, 1940, and was the son of the late Ralph and Bernice Brookover Nelson.
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.
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.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:41 pm
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