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Two award-winning blues musicians-one with almost 50 years-experience and another credited for rocking out with Grammy award-winning musicians-took the stage with their respective bands as the 23rd River City Blues Festival kicked off Friday evening.
As shale oil and gas exploration and production continues to grow locally, Marietta officials are beginning to consider the wear and tear on city streets from heavy trucks and machinery traveling through town.
Washington County Commissioners signed off on a Roadway Use, Repair and Maintenance Agreement with Triad Hunter, LLC on Thursday.
He was born on Feb. 5, 1939, in Warner, Ohio, to the late Gerald E. and Dorothy Smith.
Ted Allen Stollar, 69 of Marietta, passed away Wednesday at Marietta Memorial Hospital.
That is a message that really hit home for Felicia Buell, 59, of Marietta, after her initial breast cancer diagnosis in 2004.
A Warren Township man who tried to camouflage a stolen ATV with a new paint job was sentenced Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 90 days in the Washington County Jail.
"If a soul is left in darkness, sins will be committed. The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but the one who causes the darkness."
September 29, 1964 - Marietta, Ohio: U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater spoke to an estimated crowd of 5,000 persons here, his 1st stop of his five-day three-state campaign tour.
Around 200 area residents will be able to see former Ohio Secretary of State and author J. Kenneth Blackwell speak in Marietta this weekend.
The Ohio River crested here at 45.2 feet, the highest peak in 16 years. The only traffic noise that could be heard in Marietta this morning was the lapping of oars as rowboats took patrons to the water-surrounded post office on Front Street.
Tuesday, April 15, is the deadline for filing and paying 2013 Marietta City Income Tax returns and 2014 Declarations of Estimated Tax with first quarter payment.
A West Virginia man whose theft spree at multiple Walmart stores ended in Marietta was sentenced Monday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 15 days in jail-which he will finish serving in late September.
The war on hunger in the Mid-Ohio Valley gained a new recruit Monday as law firm Bricker & Eckler LLP joined the local Hunger Solutions Task Force with a $10,000 donation announced at the Marietta Community Food Pantry in the First Congregational Church.
Dale E. "Duckey" "Sweet Cheeks" Holshu, 69, of Marietta, Ohio, went to be with the Lord on March 4, 2014, at Marietta Memorial Hospital.