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Two men face drug charges after 400+ marijuana plants found in St. Marys home

Two men are in the Pleasants County Jail, after deputies serving a protection order discovered over 400 marijuana plants in a St. Marys home.


Resident's and local organizations march to the Carpenter Memorial Bridge to honor veterans.



The veterans memorial at City Park was re-dedicated on Memorial Day; reconstruction on the monument has yet to be completed.


As people across the area honor those who make the ultimate sacrifice, a local veteran is raising awareness on the difficult road veterans face when they come home.


UPDATE: No one hurt in fire that damages Williamstown home


Driver crashes vehicle after driving wrong way on I-77, charged with DUI


Trends show high competition among buyers in housing market


Interview: #ChadRayStrong Benefit Comedy Show at The Polo Club-June 3rd


To Your Eye Health-Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis


Marietta Remembers Those Who Have Fallen


Williamstown hosts annual Memorial Day Parade


Beach bag essentials


23rd Anniversary of deadly explosion at Belpre chemical plant


Daybreak: PHS Soccer Camps


Opioids create generation of American orphans


Daybreak: Chad Ray Comedy Show Benefit


Memorial Day Weekend Events


Drug overdose deaths increase 36% in Ohio, 13% in WV, in 2016


Local organizations honor veterans and families in annual cookout


Parkersburg funeral home hosts 60th annual Memorial Day ceremony


Scots Marketplace sells pink flowers to support cancer research


UPDATE: Summer pool season begins


UPDATE: Elschlager indicted by federal grand jury


Update: Man sentenced for stealing a Parkersburg Police cruiser


Washington County Sheriff's Office Ordered to Stop Inmate Phone Call Recording


Ohio couple indicted in cocaine overdose death of 9-year-old son


Food Truck Fridays hits downtown Marietta


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