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The Case of the Marietta Cross- Chapter Four

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth and final chapter of The Case of the Marietta Cross. For previous chapters, visit MariettaTraveler.com Written by Cynthia L Sperko Sara was tossing and turning in her sleep. Eyes open, she sat straight up. Flipping on the lamp on her nightstand, Sara reached for her journal and pen and

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Marietta Fireworks - Building a Legacy of Community Service

Written by Mark Herman As I approach my 60th birthday, I’ve become more compelled to look back on my life, thinking through the things I’ve done and why I’ve done them. What have I done that was good, bad, ugly, or indifferent? Well, what I’ve realized is that I’ve done my fair share of all

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Written by Jack and Trisha Ries Well folks, the robin will soon be singing its song, the daffodils are about to wake from their slumber, and Mother Nature is about to throw Old Man Winter out of the house for being too drunk again. As the borough begins to thaw, it’s time for us to

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Maytown Memorial Day Activities- Monday, May 27

Please plan to be a part of Memorial Day in Maytown, on Monday, May 27th, to honor and thank our men and women who have sacrificed for us, both those who have fought and those who are fighting today for our freedom. How can YOU be a part of Maytown’s Memorial Day Celebration? Help to