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Mountwood gets recycling trailer

May 22, 2016 VOLCANO — The Wood County Solid Waste Authority presented Mountwood Park with a new recycling trailer at the park’s board meeting. more »»

Weapon safety vital at Henderson Wilds

May 22, 2016 BOAZ — Greg Smith, owner of Henderson Wilds firearms safety and training center in Boaz, says “weapons safety and training is extremely important for the community. more »»

Hemp seeds arrive in Wood County

May 22, 2016 VIENNA — The seeds being planted in Wood County may someday reap a harvest of economic opportunities. more »»

Normantown school enters its final week

May 22, 2016 NORMANTOWN — There are four days of school left in Normantown, a tiny blip on the map now in Gilmer County and about 10 miles west of Glenville on U.S. 33 and South on U.S. 119. more »»

Taste of Parkersburg to be held June 4

May 22, 2016 PARKERSBURG — The 11th annual Taste of Parkersburg will be June 4, bringing top quality food and wines to downtown Parkersburg. more »»

Seat belt checkpoint set for Monday

May 22, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — A seat belt checkpoint will be conducted at the Williamstown Welcome Center on West Virginia 14 just off Interstate 77 from 6-10 p.m. Monday. more »»

Vienna council discusses C8 water emergency

May 21, 2016 VIENNA — In light of changes in the federal guidelines regarding acceptable levels of C8 in drinking water, a special meeting of Vienna City Council was called Friday to let the public know what is... more »»

Chemours to pay for Vienna water filters

May 21, 2016 VIENNA — After two days of having to rely on trucked in water, Vienna officials announced Saturday that carbon filters will be installed to filter the city's water to remove any traces of C-. more »»

Vienna schools open Monday

May 21, 2016 VIENNA — Wood County Schools officials say four Vienna schools will reopen Monday after a change in C8 water guidelines and a “do not drink” advisory caused them to close Frida. more »»

Bike to Work Day observed in Parkersburg

May 21, 2016 PARKERSBURG — As the weather warms, Little Hocking area resident Dean Banziger makes the approximately 10-mile bicycle ride to work at Highmark West Virginia in downtown Parkersburg two or three... more »»

Father: Identification of son's leg brings closure

May 21, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Not long after part of a human leg was found in the Ohio River in July, Robert Reid had a suspicion to whom it belonge. more »»

Police arrest six on drug charges

May 21, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Six people Thursday night were charged with drug crimes by the Parkersburg Violent Crimes and Narcotics Task Force. The six were arrested at 1201 Ninth Av. more »»

Police: Belpre man nabbed for trafficking

May 21, 2016 BELPRE — An investigation by agents of the Ohio Organized Crimes Investigations Commission and Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force resulted in the execution of a search warrant and... more »»

Erosion eats away at levee in Marietta

May 21, 2016 MARIETTA — Erosion is taking a toll on portions of the Ohio River levee below the Marietta River Trail along Ohio Street, a popular spot for tourists as well as the location of two of the city’s... more »»

Marietta students end school year

May 21, 2016 MARIETTA — The anticipation of one last dismissal was palpable Friday as Marietta City Schools prepared to let students out for summer break. more »»

Frontier super on paid administrative leave

May 21, 2016 NEW MATAMORAS — Frontier Local Schools Superintendent Kevin Turner has been placed on paid administrative leave by the district’s board of education. more »»

Two arrested on meth charges

May 21, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Dennis M. Stacy, 47, of Fleming, Ohio, and Steven McGee, 44, of Belpre were arrested Friday for allegedly operating a mobile meth la. more »»

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Marietta

May 21, 2016 MARIETTA — A pedestrian was not seriously injured after being hit by a car Friday evening in downtown Marietta. more »»

Council approves OWDA project

May 21, 2016 MARIETTA — A 30-year, low-interest, $2.2 million loan from the Ohio Water Development Authority will provide most of the funding for a $2. more »»

 
 
 

 

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