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Aromas of traditional German food filled the air as locals came together to discuss and learn more about their common German... [Read More]
People were able to come throughout the weekend to see a variety of crafts at the annual Harvest Moon Festival at City Park in... [Read More]
Over 500 people participated in the 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's for the Mid-Ohio Valley Saturday morning, working to help find a cure... [Read More]
Before you know it there will be a chill in the air in the Mid-Ohio Valley. [Read More]
We all wave the flag and listen to patriotic speeches on the Fourth of July while pretending to be good citizens who do our civic... [Read More]
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WILLIAMSTOWN –Yellowjacket girls (6-1-4) broke another run of tie games when they beat Linsly (3-5-1) 4-2 here Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Williamstown made it look easy - and it was. [Read More]
St. Marys scored 23 first-quarter points and led 30-8 at halftime en route to downing host Marietta 51-36 Friday night at Don Drumm Stadium. [Read More]
First-year Waterford football coach Eric McCutcheon wasn't ready to say Friday's 28-14 win at Trimble was among the biggest in program... [Read More]
Williamstown quarterback Trenton Tallman had a beast of a game, but a stout second-half defensive performance is why the Yellowjacket... [Read More]
With a collection of voices speaking out against the Barlow Township recycling container abuse and a new sign that notes it is "a site on... [Read More]
Robert James "Jim Crow" Whittekind, 58, of Marietta, passed away on September 8, 2016, at Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta. [Read More]
There has been no indication for years that North Korea was slackening the pace of its arms buildup. [Read More]
Did you know there is a turtle called a "stinkpot" in the Ohio River? I didn't until I discovered a hidden gem on Waverly Road... [Read More]
This is to anyone and everyone who had any part of my battle and current recovery from my diagnosis of cancer this past January. [Read More]
Does home-made apple butter sound appealing? Black walnuts? Imagine pumpkins donuts and pizza along with live entertainment, parades, rides and mor. [Read More]
NEW MATAMORAS—The contrast of both silent reverence and resounding pride permeated the halls of New Matamoras Elementary School Friday as students,... [Read More]
It's been a little more than three months since the Shale Crescent USA launch in June and according to the organization, things are going well... [Read More]
With a rear, a bow and a whinny, too, Rosebud — an American Miniature Horse — is stealing the hearts of the community as she... [Read More]
Emotion and excitement filled the Peoples Bank Theatre as many fans pf all ages rushed in to catch a glimpse of country music legend Randy... [Read More]
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