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Pizza shops gear up for the Super Bowl

As the Panthers and Bronocos prepare for the big Super Bowl night, also preparing are local pizza shops.

The Williamstown Strings held their annual fundraiser Sunday at American Legion Post 159.

Dozens of kids came to round the bases Sunday at the Herb Baseball Academy.

The recent controversy over a Marietta City police dog named “Ajax,” which now appears to have been resolved, has been interesting to watch.

Blennerhassett District Pinewood Derby

'Gifts from the Heart' food drive kicks off

Grandmother uses staple gun to fight off attacker

College students take home $1,500 from business competition

Annual 'Polar Plunge' to benefit WV Special Olympics

One dead in Rt. 50 crash

New life for the Point Park Marketplace?

Benjamin Franklin stopped by the Mid-Ohio Valley to enlighten locals

The Obamas talk football ahead of the big game

Ohio receives report card from the state's American Lung Association

UPDATE: Moving on from "Ajax: police discuss staffing issues

Industry Executive: proposed $10 oil tax "insane"

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