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House Republicans introduce bill to kill the Common CoreRepublican lawmakers in the Ohio House are beginning a push to repeal Common Core learning standards by year's end, citing widespread discontent...
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2014/07/29 15:21
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Good morning all! Here's what's happening today. A Hamilton County judge yesterday ordered the city to pay back the $4 million it borrowed from neighborhood funds in 2012. We reported on that money...
2014/07/29 09:24
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Marietta keeps tax rates same: Increased property values allow government to collect more money MARIETTA — The city will collect more in taxes next year, but rates will not increase. The City...
2014/07/29 04:42
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... cannot use it as a fire truck because it has some issues that the department would rather not spend the money on, but it still runs well," said Belpre Fire Chief Eric Sinnett. "It has been a good...
2014/07/27 04:24
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On Monday, the City of Marietta will hold a public meeting to hear from residents about its announcement to raise property taxes by 2.95 percent. The City Council will vote on the increase Monday...
2014/07/25 08:24
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KENNESAW — Councilman Leonard Church, who was arrested last month and charged with child molestation, participated by speakerphone in this week’s City Council meeting. There are differing reports on...
2014/07/25 05:48
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Right turns are no problem for the semi drivers, but a left turn is impossible for the vehicles that are often towing trailers 40- to 50-feet in length. Residents say the number of trucks becoming...
2014/07/24 05:48
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CVB executive director Jeri Knowlton said although much of the uptick in bed tax revenue in recent years can be attributed to business travelers, especially those working with the oil and gas...
2014/07/23 05:00
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Coaches, club advisers and substitute teachers were among the appointments approved Tuesday by the Tamaqua Area School District Board of Education. After successfully completing three years of...
2014/07/22 17:10
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Farmers and Craft Market, 4 to 7 p.m., Village Square. Chordial Chorus, Cambridge Chapter of the Harmony Barbershop Society, 6:30 p.m., First Christian Church, 1127 Beatty Ave., Cambridge....
2014/07/21 08:26
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Power of Prayer: Interfaith prayer vigil takes to Franklin Road A dozen people gathered on the side of Franklin Road on Saturday to let the community know “we are praying for you.” Holding signs...
2014/07/20 14:10
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City plans special November election for empty seat CANTON — Voters in Canton will have to head back to the polls now the Canton City Council approved Thursday to hold a special election in...
2014/07/20 08:24
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MARIETTA — Mayor Steve Tumlin has a few big ideas for the Square he believes could change the way people view the city. They include removing the permanent left-turn lane in the center of each road,...
2014/07/19 10:24
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... heads into its final weekend this morning, with “ground zero” squarely on northwest Cobb and Marietta. That’s where the two hardest-fought local races of the season — those for 11th District...
2014/07/19 08:24
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MARIETTA — The Marietta Redevelopment Corporation hired a land broker Friday to market its properties for the first time in its history. The group voted unanimously to sign an agreement with...
2014/07/19 08:24
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Where is everybody? No one shows at Marietta SPLOST public meeting MARIETTA — Not one resident turned out to a city meeting this week designed to let residents know how their money would be spent...
2014/07/18 20:42
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They arrived at the SMU campus late March 16 after a long spring break and even longer car and plane rides. Unloading their bags, memories they will never forget ran through their heads. These...
2014/07/18 08:24
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Bookless classrooms? CCSD officials thinking digital ‘within five years’ MARIETTA — Cobb school officials laid out a vision for classrooms without textbooks during a discussion about the rising role...
2014/07/17 08:24
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KENNESAW — The council member and former mayor accused of molesting a nine-year-old boy last month attended his first work session at City Hall since his arrest. Leonard Church, 66, remained silent...
2014/07/17 04:33
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Salisbury Post Roundabout — What’s Happening, July 17-23 Theater Opens tonight: Lee Street theatre presents Center for Faith & the Arts� St. Thomas Players production of Next Fall � July 17-19 and...
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