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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Campaign finance reports released for Parkersburg races$36,410 so far and spent $29,333.65, according to his post-primary campaign fin
Campaign finance reports released for Parkersburg races
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 15 hours ago
$36,410 so far and spent $29,333.65, according to his post-primary campaign finance report. That leaves him with a balance of $7,076.35 going into the general election matchup against Democrat Sherry Dugan. Dugan, who was unopposed in the primary,... Read more
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ajc.com
July 4th Atlanta: How late can you shoot fireworks in Cobb CountyFourth of July just isn't complete without the boom of explosive, colorful fire
July 4th Atlanta: How late can you shoot fireworks in Cobb County
ajc.com / Posted 23 hours ago
Fourth of July just isn't complete without the boom of explosive, colorful fireworks. But residents should be aware of state law and local city ordinances ahead of the holiday weekend. Fireworks illuminate the skies over Lenox Square during the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Proposed solar panel project put on hold in MariettaSpeaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy S
Proposed solar panel project put on hold in Marietta
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Speaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy Solutions LLC proposed construction of a 80-kilowatt solar system which would cost approximately $175,000 to install. He said the company would cover the installation at... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Surveys seen as marketing toolsThey also had the chance to lend their voices to an ongoing community survey ab
Surveys seen as marketing tools
The Marietta Times / Posted 3 days ago
They also had the chance to lend their voices to an ongoing community survey about how to improve and enhance their city. The Marietta Brewing Company has officially launched its Community Pints event, a donation project that provides $1 for every... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Leaky roof delays Marietta’s Municipal Court solar panelsSpeaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy S
Leaky roof delays Marietta’s Municipal Court solar panels
The Marietta Times / Posted 4 days ago
Speaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy Solutions LLC proposed construction of a 80-kilowatt solar system which would cost approximately $175,000 to install. He said the company would cover the installation at... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Leaky roof delays muni court solar panelsSpeaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy S
Leaky roof delays muni court solar panels
The Marietta Times / Posted 5 days ago
Speaking to city council members in April, Chip Pickering of Pickering Energy Solutions LLC proposed construction of a 80-kilowatt solar system which would cost approximately $175,000 to install. He said the company would cover the installation at... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Council gets police personnel update"We received the civil service commission test results (for captain) today and
Council gets police personnel update
The Marietta Times / Posted 11 days ago
"We received the civil service commission test results (for captain) today and the high score was by Sgt. Aaron Nedeff," Police Chief Rodney Hupp told the council members. Nedeff and Sgt. Len Ritchie both took the civil service exam recently. Hupp... Read more
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ajc.com
Roswell invites comments on new alcohol carry districtsRoswell is seeking citizens’ comments on proposed alcohol carry districts for t
Roswell invites comments on new alcohol carry districts
ajc.com / Posted 11 days ago
Roswell is seeking citizens’ comments on proposed alcohol carry districts for the Heart of Roswell Park and the newly created Park Square District. A public comment meeting is scheduled for 6 to 7:30 p.m., June 28, at the Adult Recreation Center,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Officials decry cuts to school police force budgetLeaders for Baltimore city's school police force and teachers' union blasted re
Officials decry cuts to school police force budget
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Leaders for Baltimore city's school police force and teachers' union blasted recent budget cuts at Tuesday's school board meeting, making references to the mass shootings in Orlando, Florida, and Newtown, Connecticut. On May 31, eight school police... Read more
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Sun Star
47 lose City jobsCEBU City Acting Mayor Margarita Osmeña continued to cut the services of some p
47 lose City jobs
Sun Star / Posted 14 days ago
CEBU City Acting Mayor Margarita Osmeña continued to cut the services of some people identified with outgoing Mayor Michael Rama. This time, her order involved 46 casual employees who are working under the Office of the Mayor and City Administrator... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta’s Claire E towed out of townThe 90-year-old vessel was towed away last Saturday by riverboat pilot and busi
Marietta’s Claire E towed out of town
The Marietta Times / Posted 17 days ago
The 90-year-old vessel was towed away last Saturday by riverboat pilot and businessman Heck Heckert of Parkersburg, who said he has purchased the boat from former owner Dr. Roger Anderson. "I originally got involved because the city wanted the boat... Read more
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ajc.com
Marietta to offer paid maternity leave for the first timeThe Marietta City Council voted Wednesday to approve an ordinance granting paid
Marietta to offer paid maternity leave for the first time
ajc.com / Posted 19 days ago
The Marietta City Council voted Wednesday to approve an ordinance granting paid maternity leave to city employees. The ordinance says full-time employees who have been employed with the city of Marietta for at least one year are eligible to receive... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
CAS Cable eyeing future in MariettaVirginia and Belpre, and now we're focusing on Washington County," said Keith L
CAS Cable eyeing future in Marietta
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
Virginia and Belpre, and now we're focusing on Washington County," said Keith Leonard with CAS Cable cable, who addressed Marietta City Council's Streets and Transportation Committee Wednesday afternoon. He said the company, which offers fiber,... Read more
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WALB Albany
Marietta approves paid maternity leave for mothersA victory for mothers employed by the city of Marietta. They can now count on a
Marietta approves paid maternity leave for mothers
WALB Albany / Posted 19 days ago
A victory for mothers employed by the city of Marietta. They can now count on a full month of time off to care for their babies. The Marietta city council approved a plan for four weeks of paid maternity leave for women who work for the city. That's... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Marietta approves paid maternity leave for mothersA victory for mothers employed by the city of Marietta. They can now count on a
Marietta approves paid maternity leave for mothers
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 19 days ago
A victory for mothers employed by the city of Marietta. They can now count on a full month of time off to care for their babies. The Marietta city council approved a plan for four weeks of paid maternity leave for women who work for the city. That's... Read more
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The Marietta Times
CAS Cable eyes Marietta marketThe Marietta Times The Marietta area could soon have a second cable service pr
CAS Cable eyes Marietta market
The Marietta Times / Posted 19 days ago
The Marietta Times The Marietta area could soon have a second cable service provider as CAS Cable is planning to move into the Pioneer City. "We're in West Virginia and Belpre, and now we're focusing on Washington County," said Keith Leonard with... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
CAS eyeing future in MariettaVirginia and Belpre, and now we're focusing on Washington County," said Keith L
CAS eyeing future in Marietta
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
Virginia and Belpre, and now we're focusing on Washington County," said Keith Leonard with CAS Cable cable, who addressed Marietta City Council's Streets and Transportation Committee Wednesday afternoon. He said the company, which offers fiber,... Read more
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FOX Carolina
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-y
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.
FOX Carolina / Posted 19 days ago
Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another student after they were at a party together. Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-y
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 19 days ago
Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another student after they were at a party together. Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-y
DEA speaks out on new synthetic drug becoming popular in the U.S.
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 19 days ago
Lewis Cochenour | Source: Kennesaw State police Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another student after they were at a party together. Kennesaw State Police say 19-year-old Anthony Cochenour raped another... Read more
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WALB Albany
Fan Favorite Kelly Johnson traded to the Mets Utility player Kelly Johnson Braves utility player Kelly Johnson has been tr
Fan Favorite Kelly Johnson traded to the Mets
WALB Albany / Posted 20 days ago
Utility player Kelly Johnson Braves utility player Kelly Johnson has been traded to the New York Mets according to the Braves press agent, Brad... Read more
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WALB Albany
Marietta City Council to vote on granting more maternity leave to moms The Marietta City Council could approve on Wednesday night a measure allowing
Marietta City Council to vote on granting more maternity leave to moms
WALB Albany / Posted 20 days ago
The Marietta City Council could approve on Wednesday night a measure allowing four weeks paid leave to... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Marietta City Council to vote on granting more maternity leave to moms The Marietta City Council could approve on Wednesday night a measure allowing
Marietta City Council to vote on granting more maternity leave to moms
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 20 days ago
The Marietta City Council could approve on Wednesday night a measure allowing four weeks paid leave to... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Cobb County city to vote on offering paid maternity leaveMARIETTA, Ga. (AP) ��� The Marietta City Council is set to vote on whether to p
Cobb County city to vote on offering paid maternity leave
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 20 days ago
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) ��� The Marietta City Council is set to vote on whether to provide paid maternity leave to the city's employees. News outlets report that the proposal would provide four weeks of paid time off for mothers giving birth. The policy... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Cobb city to vote on offering paid maternity leaveMARIETTA, GA. - The Marietta City Council is voting to expand the bounds of mat
Cobb city to vote on offering paid maternity leave
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 21 days ago
MARIETTA, GA. - The Marietta City Council is voting to expand the bounds of maternity leave. This week will mark the first time a city in Cobb County is offering to provide paid maternity leave to its employees. The change in the policy will provide... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta Main Street envisions a revamped landscape"They ran all the way down the streets and carried electric lines that powered
Marietta Main Street envisions a revamped landscape
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
"They ran all the way down the streets and carried electric lines that powered the streetcars at that time. The city used to hang Christmas decorations on those arches every year," said Marietta Councilman Mike McCauley, whose 2nd Ward includes the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Mahama Holds Talks With President Ouattara of Côte d'IvoirePresident John Dramani Mahama last week held bilateral talks with President Ala
President Mahama Holds Talks With President Ouattara of Côte d'Ivoire
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
President John Dramani Mahama last week held bilateral talks with President Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan as part of a two-day Official Visit to Côte d'Ivoire. Speaking at a press conference after their meeting in the Presidential Palace, the two... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Police policies, procedures updated"Around the year 2000 we became an accredited department in compliance with CAL
Police policies, procedures updated
The Marietta Times / Posted 22 days ago
"Around the year 2000 we became an accredited department in compliance with CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement), and they accredited us for about a year," Hupp explained. "Part of that process was to put in place a policies and... Read more
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The Marietta Times
New city law aimed at mobile food vendorsOrdinance 93 (16-17) will amend Section 722.03 (b) of the city code pertaining
New city law aimed at mobile food vendors
The Marietta Times / Posted 25 days ago
Ordinance 93 (16-17) will amend Section 722.03 (b) of the city code pertaining to mobile food service vendors who, under current legislation, are only required to sign a waiver form allowing the city to perform a criminal background check. If... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Marietta council ponders food service vendors measureOrdinance 93 (16-17) will amend Section 722.03 (b) of the city code pertaining
Marietta council ponders food service vendors measure
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
Ordinance 93 (16-17) will amend Section 722.03 (b) of the city code pertaining to mobile food service vendors who, under current legislation, are only required to sign a waiver form allowing the city to perform a criminal background check. If... Read more
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ajc.com
Why is 'the great wall of Roswell' getting some residents all...If you've recently driven through the city of Roswell, chances are you've notic
Why is 'the great wall of Roswell' getting some residents all...
ajc.com / Posted 26 days ago
If you've recently driven through the city of Roswell, chances are you've noticed the pink wall that's getting some residents all riled up. Dubbed "the Great Wall of Roswell," by some city residents, the development on Coleman Road is a three-layer,... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Mahama handed keys to AbidjanGeneral News of Thursday, 2 June 2016 Ghana’s President, John Dramani Mahama w
Mahama handed keys to Abidjan
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 26 days ago
General News of Thursday, 2 June 2016 Ghana’s President, John Dramani Mahama was on Wednesday, June 1, handed the key to the City of Abidjan and made an honorary citizen of Côte d'Ivoire by his counterpart Alassane Ouattara. Mahama was also... Read more
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The Marietta Times
O’Neill Center lease is extended 90 days"The lease is up today, and needs to be extended," said Councilman Roger Kalter
O’Neill Center lease is extended 90 days
The Marietta Times / Posted 26 days ago
"The lease is up today, and needs to be extended," said Councilman Roger Kalter, D-1st Ward, who chairs council's lands, buildings and parks committee. He noted the lease extension is to give the city and the O'Neill Center board of trustees time to... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Dog of injured deputy back home after service trainingMark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snake
Dog of injured deputy back home after service training
FOX Carolina / Posted 26 days ago
Mark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes dangling from your attic door: the serpents braided together, squirming, tongues flicking. Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Woman sues for right to keep and eat her placentaMark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snake
Woman sues for right to keep and eat her placenta
FOX Carolina / Posted 26 days ago
Mark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes dangling from your attic door: the serpents braided together, squirming, tongues flicking. Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes... Read more
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FOX Carolina
How 3-old boy got in Cincinnati Zoo's gorilla exhibitMark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snake
How 3-old boy got in Cincinnati Zoo's gorilla exhibit
FOX Carolina / Posted 26 days ago
Mark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes dangling from your attic door: the serpents braided together, squirming, tongues flicking. Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes... Read more
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FOX Carolina
911 calls released in Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit incidentMark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snake
911 calls released in Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit incident
FOX Carolina / Posted 26 days ago
Mark Hyatt/ Facebook Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes dangling from your attic door: the serpents braided together, squirming, tongues flicking. Imagine coming home from work and finding two large snakes... Read more
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The Marietta Times
O’Neill Center lease is extended"The lease is up today, and needs to be extended," said Councilman Roger Kalter
O’Neill Center lease is extended
The Marietta Times / Posted 27 days ago
"The lease is up today, and needs to be extended," said Councilman Roger Kalter, D-1st Ward, who chairs council's lands, buildings and parks committee. He noted the lease extension is to give the city and the O'Neill Center board of trustees time to... Read more
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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 29 days ago
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 1 months 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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