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The Marietta Times
CVS to sell heroin antidoteCVS Health recently announced that it will make the opioid overdose antidote dr
CVS to sell heroin antidote
The Marietta Times / Posted 2 days ago
CVS Health recently announced that it will make the opioid overdose antidote drug Narcan available at its stores across the state without the need for a prescription. The drug naloxone, known commonly by the brand name Narcan, has been deemed both a... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Digging OutTwo factors played into the overall safety of the community during the level tw
Digging Out
The Marietta Times / Posted 16 days ago
Two factors played into the overall safety of the community during the level two snow emergency: preparation and caution. "There wasn't really an after-effect of the storm like we thought there would be...people were prepared for it; they went home... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Storm's impact lingeringThroughout the area, Winter Storm Jonas delivered a foot or more of snowfall af
Storm's impact lingering
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
Throughout the area, Winter Storm Jonas delivered a foot or more of snowfall affecting streets and roads throughout the region. While crews were able to get a number of roads cleared off, there are still some areas being worked on. Wood County has... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Hot stories: Marietta firefighters share at Remember When Club - MARIETTA — Now retired after 34 years with the Marietta Fire Department former Assistant Chief Dave Dickenson is no stranger to a hot day on the job. At a meeting of the Marietta His...Hot stories: Marietta firefighters share at Remember When Club MARIETTA — Now
Hot stories: Marietta firefighters share at Remember When Club - MARIETTA — Now retired after 34 years with the Marietta Fire Department former Assistant Chief Dave Dickenson is no stranger to a hot day on the job. At a meeting of the Marietta His...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 16 days ago
Hot stories: Marietta firefighters share at Remember When Club MARIETTA — Now retired after 34 years with the Marietta Fire Department, former Assistant Chief Dave Dickenson is no stranger to a hot day on the job. At a meeting of the Marietta... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Police - MariettaTimes.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Ohio, Community Information - The Marietta TimesA female reported Saturday that she entered a rock group's tour bus and was giv
Police - MariettaTimes.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Ohio, Community Information - The Marietta Times
The Marietta Times / Posted 20 days ago
A female reported Saturday that she entered a rock group's tour bus and was given an alcohol drink, but does not remember what happened for about an hour and a half. The subject awoke that morning without knowledge of what happened. The incident is... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
New fire station planned for northwest Cobb - MARIETTA — Fire Chief Randy Crider is hoping a brand new multi-million dollar fire station in northwest Cobb will be open and operational by the end of the year. Fire Station No. 18 on Mars Hill Road n...MARIETTA — Fire Chief Randy Crider is hoping a brand new multi-million dollar f
New fire station planned for northwest Cobb - MARIETTA — Fire Chief Randy Crider is hoping a brand new multi-million dollar fire station in northwest Cobb will be open and operational by the end of the year. Fire Station No. 18 on Mars Hill Road n...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 27 days ago
MARIETTA — Fire Chief Randy Crider is hoping a brand new multi-million dollar fire station in northwest Cobb will be open and operational by the end of the year. Fire Station No. 18, on Mars Hill Road near the Brookstone subdivision, was built more... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Trailer fireThe cause of the blaze that destroyed the trailer at 8345 State Route 60 is bei
Trailer fire
The Marietta Times / Posted 1 months ago
The cause of the blaze that destroyed the trailer at 8345 State Route 60 is being ruled as accidental at this time. It is a total loss. The Lowell-Adams Fire Department and Emergency Squad were on the scene first, eventually calling in mutual aid... Read more

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