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Marietta Daily Journal
Ott to Trot? Commissioner said to be eying chairmanship again - COBB Chairman Tim Lee already has one announced opponent in his race next year for another term. But might he be on the verge of having another challenger — and losing the first one? ...said to be eying chairmanship again COBB Chairman Tim Lee already has one anno
Ott to Trot? Commissioner said to be eying chairmanship again - COBB Chairman Tim Lee already has one announced opponent in his race next year for another term. But might he be on the verge of having another challenger — and losing the first one? ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 22 hours ago
said to be eying chairmanship again COBB Chairman Tim Lee already has one announced opponent in his race next year for another term. But might he be on the verge of having another challenger — and losing the first one? Cobb Republican sources... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Police chief to design plan to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels motels - MARIETTA — A city committee has asked Marietta Police Chief Dan Flynn to design a program to attempt to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. By a 3-0 vote Wed...Police chief to design plan to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels, motels MA
Police chief to design plan to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels motels - MARIETTA — A city committee has asked Marietta Police Chief Dan Flynn to design a program to attempt to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. By a 3-0 vote Wed...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
Police chief to design plan to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels, motels MARIETTA — A city committee has asked Marietta Police Chief Dan Flynn to design a program to attempt to reduce crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. By a 3-0 vote... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Salon owner eyes changeThe couple said they hope to become a part of the revitalization district so th
Salon owner eyes change
The Marietta Times / Posted yesterday
The couple said they hope to become a part of the revitalization district so that a liquor license may be obtained with their coming restaurant. "We're not looking to have drunks here, just beer with your pizza," said Stephen as he talked about his... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Health board asked to review health study … againResident Mike Walton presented the board with the results of the study conducte
Health board asked to review health study … again
The East Liverpool Review / Posted yesterday
Resident Mike Walton presented the board with the results of the study conducted by the San Francisco University in the city which he said were released in June. Health Commissioner Carol Cowan confirmed that she and the health department had not... Read more
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Cherokee Tribune
Stepping up: Action Church to open as emergency warming shelter this winter - A local church is doing its part to make a difference in the lives of those who are displaced — a mission backed by the city of Canton. The Canton City Council earlier t...Action Church to open as emergency warming shelter this winter A local church
Stepping up: Action Church to open as emergency warming shelter this winter - A local church is doing its part to make a difference in the lives of those who are displaced — a mission backed by the city of Canton. The Canton City Council earlier t...
Cherokee Tribune / Posted yesterday
Action Church to open as emergency warming shelter this winter A local church is doing its part to make a difference in the lives of those who are displaced — a mission backed by the city of Canton. The Canton City Council earlier this month... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Council frets over naming streets after living people - MARIETTA — City Council members debated Wednesday whether the city’s streets should be named after living people voicing concerns over whether those people could end up embarrassing the city....Council frets over naming streets after living people MARIETTA — City Council
Council frets over naming streets after living people - MARIETTA — City Council members debated Wednesday whether the city’s streets should be named after living people voicing concerns over whether those people could end up embarrassing the city....
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Council frets over naming streets after living people MARIETTA — City Council members debated Wednesday whether the city’s streets should be named after living people, voicing concerns over whether those people could end up embarrassing the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Grant possible for Start Westward"We have a very tight opportunity to apply through the Ohio History Fund to cle
Grant possible for Start Westward
The Marietta Times / Posted 3 days ago
"We have a very tight opportunity to apply through the Ohio History Fund to clean and seal the monument at Muskingum Park," said Coleman to the council lands, buildings and parks committee. The monument, carved out of sandstone in 1938 for the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Pros, cons of Pebble Drive home discussedThe home in dispute between some residents of the subdivision and the owner, Su
Pros, cons of Pebble Drive home discussed
The Marietta Times / Posted 3 days ago
The home in dispute between some residents of the subdivision and the owner, Summit Housing Corporation, is located at 206 Pebble Drive. The corporation is based out of Akron and currently owns 90 other homes that are rented to adults with... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Write-in candidates file for Nov. races"I've been here going on seven years, and this is the largest amount of write-i
Write-in candidates file for Nov. races
The Marietta Times / Posted 3 days ago
"I've been here going on seven years, and this is the largest amount of write-ins I've seen," said Washington County Board of Elections Director Tara Hupp. "We had four people file (Monday) right before the deadline." Eight write-in candidates filed... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Marietta city councilwoman to tackle motel crime - MARIETTA — Tonight Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly is expected to call for a program to reduce the amount of crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. Kelly wants a program that will identify b...MARIETTA — Tonight, Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly is expected to call for
Marietta city councilwoman to tackle motel crime - MARIETTA — Tonight Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly is expected to call for a program to reduce the amount of crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. Kelly wants a program that will identify b...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
MARIETTA — Tonight, Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly is expected to call for a program to reduce the amount of crime at extended-stay hotels and motels. Kelly wants a program that will identify businesses that see a high percentage of such crimes... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
PHM adopts amnesty policy after overdose death of two Granger brothersNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
PHM adopts amnesty policy after overdose death of two Granger brothers
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
FAA delays creating critical pilot databaseNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
FAA delays creating critical pilot database
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Late night fire displaces 15 Mishawaka residentsNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
Late night fire displaces 15 Mishawaka residents
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Over 200 artists to showcase their work at Art Beat 2015 in South BendNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
Over 200 artists to showcase their work at Art Beat 2015 in South Bend
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Do you really need to drink 8 glasses of water a day?New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
Do you really need to drink 8 glasses of water a day?
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski to tour district to hear how federal healthcare regulations have impacted local hospitals and clinicsNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefi
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski to tour district to hear how federal healthcare regulations have impacted local hospitals and clinics
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
New Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the WabashNew Carlisle Firefighter honored with Sagamore of the Wabash Robert Middlebrook presented with Sagamore of the Wabash A special Monday evening in New Carlisle, as a local fireman was given... Read more
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Sun Star
Rama ‘eager’ to pay off SRP loanCEBU City Mayor Michael Rama ordered the local finance committee (LFC) to fast-
Rama ‘eager’ to pay off SRP loan
Sun Star / Posted 5 days ago
CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama ordered the local finance committee (LFC) to fast-track compliance with documentary requirements for the pre-payment of the P2.4-billion remaining loan for the South Road Properties (SRP). He also directed the City... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Volunteers, youth work to repair basketball courtsMaterials originally purchased by the Washington County Health Department and s
Volunteers, youth work to repair basketball courts
The Marietta Times / Posted 7 days ago
Materials originally purchased by the Washington County Health Department and supplemented with patch, caulk and paint from Marietta City and volunteers were used to finish a basketball court refurbishing effort started two years ago. Youth from the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
A win-win for employers, employeesDevelopment of new business is often an investment from entrepreneurs in the ho
A win-win for employers, employees
The Marietta Times / Posted 8 days ago
Development of new business is often an investment from entrepreneurs in the hopes of bringing that flow of revenue and jobs to an area. For larger development projects like the First Colony Center between County House Lane and Ohio 7, Ohio Revised... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Gun safety seminar set for Sept. 8 in Marietta - MARIETTA — The Marietta Police Department is hosting a free gun safety seminar Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. The seminar will be at the Marietta City Council Chamber 205 Lawrence St. The event will cover fir...MARIETTA — The Marietta Police Department is hosting a free gun safety seminar
Gun safety seminar set for Sept. 8 in Marietta - MARIETTA — The Marietta Police Department is hosting a free gun safety seminar Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. The seminar will be at the Marietta City Council Chamber 205 Lawrence St. The event will cover fir...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
MARIETTA — The Marietta Police Department is hosting a free gun safety seminar Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. The seminar will be at the Marietta City Council Chamber, 205 Lawrence St. The event will cover firearm and weapon safety, firearm and weapon law,... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
King for a day: What would you change in Marietta? - Posting in the Marietta City Neighborhood Group’s Facebook page this week Kenny Cook offered the following challenge: “You are ruler of Marietta for one day. You can make any change ...Chatterbox: King for a day: What would you change in Marietta? Posting in the
King for a day: What would you change in Marietta? - Posting in the Marietta City Neighborhood Group’s Facebook page this week Kenny Cook offered the following challenge: “You are ruler of Marietta for one day. You can make any change ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
Chatterbox: King for a day: What would you change in Marietta? Posting in the Marietta City Neighborhood Group’s Facebook page this week, Kenny Cook offered the following challenge: “You are ruler of Marietta for one day. You can make any change to... Read more
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Salon.com
The secret history of jaywalking: The disturbing reason it was outlawed — and why we should lift the ban“Jaywalk.” The word seems better suited to a dance craze than criminal infracti
The secret history of jaywalking: The disturbing reason it was outlawed — and why we should lift the ban
Salon.com / Posted 9 days ago
“Jaywalk.” The word seems better suited to a dance craze than criminal infraction. The jitterbug, the lindy hop, the jaywalk. Some trace the origins of the term to Syracuse, New York; others to Kansas City (home briefly to a bar called Jaywalkers).... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
LIVING MEMORYGlendale cemetery ceremony honors victim of lynch mob 100 years later Vowing n
LIVING MEMORY
Times Newsweekly / Posted 9 days ago
Glendale cemetery ceremony honors victim of lynch mob 100 years later Vowing never to forget, local elected officials and activists gathered on Aug. 17 at the Glendale grave of Leo Frank to mark the 100th anniversary since the Jewish factory... Read more
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The Marietta Times
City, county at odds over sewerIn the Intergovernmental Agreement of 2011, the original time line looked first
City, county at odds over sewer
The Marietta Times / Posted 9 days ago
In the Intergovernmental Agreement of 2011, the original time line looked first to tie in existing Devola sewer customers who were already on a piped system. That phase was completed ahead of schedule in 2012. The following three phases looked to... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Mayors poke fun during Realtors event in Marietta - MARIETTA — Guns Google and moonshine were topics of discussion among the three Cobb mayors who addressed the Cobb Association of Realtors on Wednesday during a panel discussion. All six of Cobb’s...MARIETTA — Guns, Google, and moonshine were topics of discussion among the thre
Mayors poke fun during Realtors event in Marietta - MARIETTA — Guns Google and moonshine were topics of discussion among the three Cobb mayors who addressed the Cobb Association of Realtors on Wednesday during a panel discussion. All six of Cobb’s...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 9 days ago
MARIETTA — Guns, Google, and moonshine were topics of discussion among the three Cobb mayors who addressed the Cobb Association of Realtors on Wednesday during a panel discussion. All six of Cobb’s mayors were advertised to attend the meeting, held... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Kennesaw City Council tables zoning on development - Approves medical waste treatment plant KENNESAW — The Kennesaw City Council tabled a vote on rezoning about 3.5 acres off Old Highway 41 on Monday that would allow for a 93-unit senior housing d...Marietta-based developer Walton Communities requested a rezoning to change the
Kennesaw City Council tables zoning on development - Approves medical waste treatment plant KENNESAW — The Kennesaw City Council tabled a vote on rezoning about 3.5 acres off Old Highway 41 on Monday that would allow for a 93-unit senior housing d...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 9 days ago
Marietta-based developer Walton Communities requested a rezoning to change the land at 1520 Old Highway 41 from city general commercial to multi-family residential with senior living overlay, which allows for 8 units per acre. Mayor Mark Mathews... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Finding the right peg for the Square hole - MARIETTA — The waiting period for City Councilman Philip Goldstein to reapply to build a three-story building on Marietta Square expired June 29 but city officials say he has yet to file another applicat...MARIETTA — The waiting period for City Councilman Philip Goldstein to reapply t
Finding the right peg for the Square hole - MARIETTA — The waiting period for City Councilman Philip Goldstein to reapply to build a three-story building on Marietta Square expired June 29 but city officials say he has yet to file another applicat...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 10 days ago
MARIETTA — The waiting period for City Councilman Philip Goldstein to reapply to build a three-story building on Marietta Square expired June 29, but city officials say he has yet to file another application. Goldstein’s 77 North Park Square... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Smyrna City Council residents weigh in on Jonquil Village - SMYRNA — Residents of Smyrna packed the City Council’s chambers Monday night to express their thoughts on a new site plan for the Jonquil Village development at the corner of Atlanta and ...Smyrna City Council, residents weigh in on Jonquil Village SMYRNA — Residents
Smyrna City Council residents weigh in on Jonquil Village - SMYRNA — Residents of Smyrna packed the City Council’s chambers Monday night to express their thoughts on a new site plan for the Jonquil Village development at the corner of Atlanta and ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 10 days ago
Smyrna City Council, residents weigh in on Jonquil Village SMYRNA — Residents of Smyrna packed the City Council’s chambers Monday night to express their thoughts on a new site plan for the Jonquil Village development at the corner of Atlanta and... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
Recording Surfaces of Newell encouraging Flowers to leave WV.Updated 8/18/2015 11:45 P.M. Several new recordings surface on what is believe
Recording Surfaces of Newell encouraging Flowers to leave WV.
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 10 days ago
Updated 8/18/2015 11:45 P.M. Several new recordings surface on what is believed to be the website of former Parkersburg Finance Director, Ashley Flowers. The most notable of these being a nearly 24-minute recording of a phone conversation between... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
More Responses Filed To Flowers SuitUpdated: 8/17/2015 5:30 P.M. There's another response to the suit filed by Par
More Responses Filed To Flowers Suit
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 12 days ago
Updated: 8/17/2015 5:30 P.M. There's another response to the suit filed by Parkersburg's former finance director... and another request to dismiss the case. This response comes from the River City News Network, which states Ashley Flowers used the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Parkersburg building's cornerstone contents on displayDuring a ceremony which The Parkersburg Daily Sentinel reported was "witnessed
Parkersburg building's cornerstone contents on display
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
During a ceremony which The Parkersburg Daily Sentinel reported was "witnessed by thousands," the cornerstone, with a copper box containing precious pieces of the past inside, was laid on Sept. 6, 1895, in the then new Parkersburg City Building at... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Metro Realtors Hugh Gilliam Dan Easton attend Carter Center event - Dan Easton owner and broker of Three Springs Realty in Blairsville and Realtor Hugh Gilliam of Atlanta Communities in Marietta have long been interested in international real esta...Dan Easton owner and broker of Three Springs Realty in Blairsville, and Realtor
Metro Realtors Hugh Gilliam Dan Easton attend Carter Center event - Dan Easton owner and broker of Three Springs Realty in Blairsville and Realtor Hugh Gilliam of Atlanta Communities in Marietta have long been interested in international real esta...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 14 days ago
Dan Easton owner and broker of Three Springs Realty in Blairsville, and Realtor Hugh Gilliam of Atlanta Communities in Marietta have long been interested in international real estate. With the loosening of restrictions with Cuba, the two see great... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Council talks about developmentMike Gulliver, project manager for the development, let council members know th
Council talks about development
The Marietta Times / Posted 16 days ago
Mike Gulliver, project manager for the development, let council members know that he had received the list of required repairs from the city's engineering department and had plans to repair identified issues such as Americans with Disabilities Act... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Marietta City Council advances parking deck proposal - MARIETTA — After years of hearing complaints about parking on Marietta Square the City Council on Wednesday took a step forward to building a parking deck off Mill Street. The council voted un...Marietta City Council advances parking deck proposal MARIETTA — After years of
Marietta City Council advances parking deck proposal - MARIETTA — After years of hearing complaints about parking on Marietta Square the City Council on Wednesday took a step forward to building a parking deck off Mill Street. The council voted un...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 16 days ago
Marietta City Council advances parking deck proposal MARIETTA — After years of hearing complaints about parking on Marietta Square, the City Council on Wednesday took a step forward to building a parking deck off Mill Street. The council voted... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Hold the phone, new location greatJW Lee, is celebrating one year in business after moving locations to 2079 Ente
DeHart: Hold the phone, new location great
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 18 days ago
JW Lee, is celebrating one year in business after moving locations to 2079 Enterprise Way (between Moxie’s Restaurant and the Bell Tower Book Store). Previously EK Cell Repair was known as EK Cell Accessories, spending 10 years in the Orchard Park... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Hold the phone, new location greatJW Lee, is celebrating one year in business after moving locations to 2079 Ente
DeHart: Hold the phone, new location great
BC Local News / Posted 18 days ago
JW Lee, is celebrating one year in business after moving locations to 2079 Enterprise Way (between Moxie’s Restaurant and the Bell Tower Book Store). Previously EK Cell Repair was known as EK Cell Accessories, spending 10 years in the Orchard Park... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Guernsey County and its surrounding areas meeting and events calendarGuernsey Chordial Chorus, Cambridge Chapter of the Harmony Barbershop Society,
Guernsey County and its surrounding areas meeting and events calendar
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 18 days ago
Guernsey Chordial Chorus, Cambridge Chapter of the Harmony Barbershop Society, 6:30 p.m., Dr. Berk Jones office, 61630 Southgate Parkway, Cambridge. New members are welcome. For information, call Lowell Thomas, 432-2208. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8... Read more
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The Houma Courier
In other Terrebonne Parish Council action: Aug. 10, 2015

The following is a rundown of the action taken by the Terrebonne Parish Coun

In other Terrebonne Parish Council action: Aug. 10, 2015
The Houma Courier / Posted 19 days ago

The following is a rundown of the action taken by the Terrebonne Parish Council during Monday night's committee meetings. All members were presented, and all votes were unanimous unless otherwise noted.

Action: Awarded a bid to purchase one... Read more

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The Daily Comet
In other Terrebonne Parish Council action: Aug. 10, 2015

The following is a rundown of the action taken by the Terrebonne Parish Coun

In other Terrebonne Parish Council action: Aug. 10, 2015
The Daily Comet / Posted 19 days ago

The following is a rundown of the action taken by the Terrebonne Parish Council during Monday night's committee meetings. All members were presented, and all votes were unanimous unless otherwise noted.

Action: Awarded a bid to purchase one... Read more

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The Marietta Times
Candidates, levies set for Nov. ballotThis year, residents will head to the polls Nov. 3 to cast votes for a variety
Candidates, levies set for Nov. ballot
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
This year, residents will head to the polls Nov. 3 to cast votes for a variety of candidate races and a few levy measures, depending on where they live in the county. With contested mayoral, city council and trustee races across the county,... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Soccer Move a Win/Win or Lose/Lose? - SO WHO SNOOKERED WHO in the DeKalb/Arthur Blank soccer deal? And what does it mean for Marietta which was a runner-up in the contest to be the host site for his new soccer team’s $30 million training complex? ...SO WHO SNOOKERED WHO in the DeKalb/Arthur Blank soccer deal? And what does it m
Soccer Move a Win/Win or Lose/Lose? - SO WHO SNOOKERED WHO in the DeKalb/Arthur Blank soccer deal? And what does it mean for Marietta which was a runner-up in the contest to be the host site for his new soccer team’s $30 million training complex? ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 21 days ago
SO WHO SNOOKERED WHO in the DeKalb/Arthur Blank soccer deal? And what does it mean for Marietta, which was a runner-up in the contest to be the host site for his new soccer team’s $30 million training complex? DeKalb seemed to have scored big-time,... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Devola forced to be included in sewer projectFirst, in the sixth paragraph of "Sewer Line Tempest" the Times reports that th
Devola forced to be included in sewer project
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
First, in the sixth paragraph of "Sewer Line Tempest" the Times reports that the county had built the $2.6 million reverse osmosis water treatment plant upgrade. Actually, Putnam Community Water Association planned and built the reverse osmosis... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Smyrna police to receive new backup weapons - SMYRNA — With a 6-1 vote the Smyrna City Council agreed to spend about $43 000 for 103 Glock Model 43 9mm handguns and holsters to go with them that will be used as backup weapons for Smyrna police off...SMYRNA — With a 6-1 vote, the Smyrna City Council agreed to spend about $43,000
Smyrna police to receive new backup weapons - SMYRNA — With a 6-1 vote the Smyrna City Council agreed to spend about $43 000 for 103 Glock Model 43 9mm handguns and holsters to go with them that will be used as backup weapons for Smyrna police off...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 24 days ago
SMYRNA — With a 6-1 vote, the Smyrna City Council agreed to spend about $43,000 for 103 Glock Model 43 9mm handguns and holsters to go with them that will be used as backup weapons for Smyrna police officers. Smyrna police officers were not issued... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
New Finance Director Swears InAnother step forward for Parkersburg's city government as it's finance director
New Finance Director Swears In
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 26 days ago
Another step forward for Parkersburg's city government as it's finance director is officially sworn in Monday. Eric Jiles is no stranger to the city of Parkersburg, it's his hometown. He cares about the community, he cares about his new role and the... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Marietta talks $10K sidewalk improvement on Allgood Road - MARIETTA — A heavily trafficked dirt path on the south corner of Allgood Road and Cobb Parkway near The Walker School may soon be paved. The Marietta City Council discussed the $10 000 pro...Marietta talks $10K sidewalk improvement on Allgood Road MARIETTA — A heavily
Marietta talks $10K sidewalk improvement on Allgood Road - MARIETTA — A heavily trafficked dirt path on the south corner of Allgood Road and Cobb Parkway near The Walker School may soon be paved. The Marietta City Council discussed the $10 000 pro...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
Marietta talks $10K sidewalk improvement on Allgood Road MARIETTA — A heavily trafficked dirt path on the south corner of Allgood Road and Cobb Parkway, near The Walker School, may soon be paved. The Marietta City Council discussed the $10,000... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
Keim Says Goodbye to the MACCUPDATE 7/31/2015 10:13 AM A staple of the Marietta community is moving on to b
Keim Says Goodbye to the MACC
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 29 days ago
UPDATE 7/31/2015 10:13 AM A staple of the Marietta community is moving on to bigger and better things. Charlotte Keim has dedicated the last 13 years of her life to the Marietta Area Chamber of Commerce; promoting local business and a sense of... Read more
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The Marietta Times
City, Main Street talk moneyMain Street Executive Director Katy Sulfridge represented the organization and
City, Main Street talk money
The Marietta Times / Posted 29 days ago
Main Street Executive Director Katy Sulfridge represented the organization and brought the year-to-date income and expenses data for council members to review. "Given the hit to our events because of the weather we're kind of happy with how we're... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
City eyes $6.5 million for Powder Springs Street for streetscapes project - MARIETTA — This week the City Council’s Public Works Committee agreed to spend $6.5 million for a streetscape project on Powder Springs Street between Sandtown Road and So...City eyes $6.5 million for Powder Springs Street for streetscapes project MARI
City eyes $6.5 million for Powder Springs Street for streetscapes project - MARIETTA — This week the City Council’s Public Works Committee agreed to spend $6.5 million for a streetscape project on Powder Springs Street between Sandtown Road and So...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 29 days ago
City eyes $6.5 million for Powder Springs Street for streetscapes project MARIETTA — This week, the City Council’s Public Works Committee agreed to spend $6.5 million for a streetscape project on Powder Springs Street between Sandtown Road and South... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Clearing the deck: Design plan for parking alternative advances - MARIETTA — The City Council took a step toward building a parking deck west of Marietta Square this week. Council’s Judicial/Legislative Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to aut...Clearing the deck: Design plan for parking alternative advances MARIETTA — The
Clearing the deck: Design plan for parking alternative advances - MARIETTA — The City Council took a step toward building a parking deck west of Marietta Square this week. Council’s Judicial/Legislative Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to aut...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 29 days ago
Clearing the deck: Design plan for parking alternative advances MARIETTA — The City Council took a step toward building a parking deck west of Marietta Square this week. Council’s Judicial/Legislative Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to... Read more

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