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Marietta is preparing for its first half marathon to benefit the restoration of the Washington Neighborhood Park.

Washington County deputies have used 12 doses of Naloxone over the past year to revive overdose victims.

12,000 Ohio doctors get warning about checking patients' prescription histories

Capito to lead hearing on clean power in Logan

A cut above the rest: Teen gives haircuts to homeless

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Man reportedly caught with $63,000 worth of drug money

Candidates for W.Va. state office talk drug issues during forum

Driving around a stopped school bus is becoming a concern

Washington County woman pleads guilty to possession of drugs, having weapons

9-year-old boy pursues boxing dreams

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The Smoot Theatre to show "The Working Man"

Halloween season has already begun

More car break-ins reported in Williamstown

WVU, Pitt announce 4-game basketball series starting 2017-18

Flu vaccines now being offered

Gov. Kasich order flags flown at half-staff to honor former Israeli leader Peres

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27 overdoses, 2 deaths over 24 hours in Columbus

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