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Peoria Journal Star
What's on tap? Bushnell adjusts to Sunday liquor salesorange sun drawn on a chalkboard sign inside Bowser’s Place announces a big cha
What's on tap? Bushnell adjusts to Sunday liquor sales
Peoria Journal Star / Posted yesterday
orange sun drawn on a chalkboard sign inside Bowser’s Place announces a big change: “Now open Sundays 12 p.m.-9 p.m.” The Bushnell City Council last month opened the door for Sunday liquor sales. For a fee of $400 for either on-premises... Read more
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The Marietta Times
City Council hears pitch for Armory kiosks for visitors"We're asking council's permission to place two kiosks by the Armory entrance,"
City Council hears pitch for Armory kiosks for visitors
The Marietta Times / Posted 4 days ago
"We're asking council's permission to place two kiosks by the Armory entrance," said Jane Tumas-Serna, vice president of the Armory Square, Inc. Board. She said the kiosks would basically be a directory that includes general information about Ohio,... Read more
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The Marietta Times
IHOP restaurant coming to Marietta"IHOP should be coming to the engineering department soon with their plans," Mi
IHOP restaurant coming to Marietta
The Marietta Times / Posted 5 days ago
"IHOP should be coming to the engineering department soon with their plans," Mike Gulliver, project manager for the First Colony development, told members of Marietta City Council's Streets and Transportation Committee Wednesday afternoon. Although... Read more
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McDonough County Voice
First Bushnell bar to obtain Sunday license notes profitability Posted May. 24, 2016 at 1:56 PM BUSHNELL — A cheery orange sun drawn on a ch
First Bushnell bar to obtain Sunday license notes profitability
McDonough County Voice / Posted 6 days ago
Posted May. 24, 2016 at 1:56 PM BUSHNELL — A cheery orange sun drawn on a chalkboard sign inside Bowser’s Place announces a big change: “Now open Sundays 12 p.m.-9 p.m.”The Bushnell... Read more
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Princeton University Athletics
Surace Wraps Up Recruiting Video Series With Looks At LBs, DBs, SpecialistsNow that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's
Surace Wraps Up Recruiting Video Series With Looks At LBs, DBs, Specialists
Princeton University Athletics / Posted 7 days ago
Now that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's time for him to introduce you to 30 guys he can't wait for you to meet. You can watch the two-part spring wrap-up using the links above, but the sixth-year Princeton... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Vienna asks for help with water stationsSpecial to the Times VIENNA, W.Va. - In light of changes in the federal guidel
Vienna asks for help with water stations
The Marietta Times / Posted 10 days ago
Special to the Times VIENNA, W.Va. - 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 being done to provide... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Low-interest loan finances sewer lineMarietta City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a cooperative agreement
Low-interest loan finances sewer line
The Marietta Times / Posted 11 days ago
Marietta City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a cooperative agreement with the OWDA for construction of the lift station and force main projects. "We're on a tight schedule for this project that needs to be completed between the Marietta... Read more
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Princeton University Athletics
VIDEO: Bob Surace Goes In The Trenches In Part 2 Of His Recruiting SeriesNow that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's
VIDEO: Bob Surace Goes In The Trenches In Part 2 Of His Recruiting Series
Princeton University Athletics / Posted 11 days ago
Now that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's time for him to introduce you to 30 guys he can't wait for you to meet. You can watch the two-part spring wrap-up using the links above, but the sixth-year Princeton... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Barangay officials told to return cash incentives Cebu City — The Commission on Audit (COA) has disallowed the release of cash
Barangay officials told to return cash incentives
Manila Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
Cebu City — The Commission on Audit (COA) has disallowed the release of cash incentives totaling P21.513 million to barangay officials, secretaries, and treasurers of Cebu City’s 80 barangays. This... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Officers’ actions recognizedDuring the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Councilman Dick McBane read a pr
Officers’ actions recognized
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 12 days ago
During the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Councilman Dick McBane read a proclamation thanking the city officers, dispatcher, county sheriff's office and its special response team, and Beaver and Springfield township police. "All personnel who... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Sisters Health Foundation awards grantsThe grants totaled $387,000 to support of the foundation's vision of "healthy p
Sisters Health Foundation awards grants
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
The grants totaled $387,000 to support of the foundation's vision of "healthy people in healthy communities," the foundation said. Eight organizations providing direct services such as food and emergency assistance received $33,000 from the Basic... Read more
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Salem News
Safety forces praised for role in standoffDuring the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Councilman Dick McBane read a pr
Safety forces praised for role in standoff
Salem News / Posted 12 days ago
During the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Councilman Dick McBane read a proclamation thanking the city officers, dispatcher, county sheriff's office and its special response team, and Beaver and Springfield township police. "All personnel who... Read more
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Sun Star
COA orders Cebu City's barangay officials, ‘Give P21.5M back’THE Commission on Audit (COA) ordered all the barangay captains, barangay counc
COA orders Cebu City's barangay officials, ‘Give P21.5M back’
Sun Star / Posted 12 days ago
THE Commission on Audit (COA) ordered all the barangay captains, barangay councilors, secretaries and treasurers in Cebu City to return more than P21.5 million in incentives they received from the City Government last year. The disbursement, COA... Read more
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Princeton University Athletics
Football Announces Class Of 2020, Surace Discusses Offensive Skill RecruitsNow that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's
Football Announces Class Of 2020, Surace Discusses Offensive Skill Recruits
Princeton University Athletics / Posted 12 days ago
Now that Bob Surace has talked about some of the players you already knew, it's time for him to introduce you to 30 guys he can't wait for you to meet. You can watch the two-part spring wrap-up using the links above, but the sixth-year Princeton... Read more
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ajc.com
Marietta councilman’s removal under reviewThough he was absent at Monday’s special called meeting of the Marietta City Co
Marietta councilman’s removal under review
ajc.com / Posted 14 days ago
Though he was absent at Monday’s special called meeting of the Marietta City Council, Councilman Anthony Coleman will be able to continue to serve as he has for nearly 15 years - at least for now. The Rev. Coleman avoided jail time during his... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Missed meetings raise questions"(The mayor) has now missed four council meetings in the first months of the ye
Missed meetings raise questions
The Marietta Times / Posted 17 days ago
"(The mayor) has now missed four council meetings in the first months of the year. He is in town, but too busy to attend council meetings. He certainly isn't attending committee meetings," Councilman Roger Kalter, D-1st Ward, wrote in a recent email... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta looking at increasing permit feesSafety-service director Jonathan Hupp said Section 945.11 of Marietta's city co
Marietta looking at increasing permit fees
The Marietta Times / Posted 18 days ago
Safety-service director Jonathan Hupp said Section 945.11 of Marietta's city code, last updated in 1985, sets a permit fee of $100 per event for applicants that will benefit financially from the use of the city property. The fee is $25 if the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
2 water towers to be paintedCity project engineer Eric Lambert said the project will include the water towe
2 water towers to be painted
The Marietta Times / Posted 19 days ago
City project engineer Eric Lambert said the project will include the water tower along Ohio 676 and the Harmar tower located at Lookout Park. "We would expect the 676 tower to be done before the end of this year," he told the committee members,... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Council inspects Washington playgroundThe Marietta Times Exposed concrete, rotting landscape timbers and a missing l
Council inspects Washington playground
The Marietta Times / Posted 20 days ago
The Marietta Times Exposed concrete, rotting landscape timbers and a missing light pole were among the issues members of Marietta City Council's Lands, Buildings and Parks Committee observed during a visit to the Washington Community Playground on... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
What's Happening?'Fascinating Rhythms of the World,' a program presented by Alex Meixner, world
What's Happening?
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
'Fascinating Rhythms of the World,' a program presented by Alex Meixner, world famous accordionist, and featuring Joe Tierney on sax and clarinet and Tom Haller on drums will be perform at 2 p.m. May 14 in the Cañon City High School Auditorium, 1313... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Fox tops campaign finance reportsFox, a Democrat running for the seat in District 9, took in $1,675 between Marc
Fox tops campaign finance reports
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
Fox, a Democrat running for the seat in District 9, took in $1,675 between March 31 and April 29, according to documents filed with the city clerk's office. That's $150 more than Republican mayoral candidate Sharyn Tallman received in the same... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Why John Kasich isn't dropping outThe Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal g
Why John Kasich isn't dropping out
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 27 days ago
The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your Right to Know Enlarge ImageRequest to buy this photoJamie Lusch | The Medford Mail Tribune via APRepublican... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Thanks for help with Bowl for Kids’ SakeI would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their suppor
Thanks for help with Bowl for Kids’ Sake
The Marietta Times / Posted 29 days ago
I would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County: Cindy Laning and her staff at North Hills Bowling Lanes, and especially Chris whose help was invaluable, and also the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
First structuresTwo groups of Native Americans are believed to have been responsible for the la
First structures
The Marietta Times / Posted a month ago
Two groups of Native Americans are believed to have been responsible for the large network of mounds that once existed in what is now Marietta. A culture now called the Adena arrived around 500 B.C. and constructed Conus, the mound that is in the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
September event seeks OK to serve alcohol in Muskingum Park"This fundraiser, 'Bounty by the River,' is modeled on an event in Athens calle
September event seeks OK to serve alcohol in Muskingum Park
The Marietta Times / Posted a month ago
"This fundraiser, 'Bounty by the River,' is modeled on an event in Athens called Bounty on the Bricks which is very similar, but focused on Athens County. We wanted to bring the same type of event to benefit Washington County," said DeeAnn Gehlauf,... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Sept. event seeks OK to serve alcohol in city park"This fundraiser, 'Bounty by the River,' is modeled on an event in Athens calle
Sept. event seeks OK to serve alcohol in city park
The Marietta Times / Posted 1 months ago
"This fundraiser, 'Bounty by the River,' is modeled on an event in Athens called Bounty on the Bricks which is very similar, but focused on Athens County. We wanted to bring the same type of event to benefit Washington County," said DeeAnn Gehlauf,... Read more

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