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10 Tips and Tricks To Prepare For the Upcoming School Year

By: Harper and Molly Kitchen As kids ourselves, we know how hard it is to get used to the new school year, so we have 10 tips and tricks to make sure your family is ready to make this year great! Get a head start on back to school shopping! You’ll be much more relaxed

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Meet the Pets of Marietta

Name- Addison DiLoreto Age- 5-7 (she’s a rescue from North Carolina so we’re not sure) Breed- pit bull Owners- Anthony and Lauren DiLoreto Favorite Food- Bananas and green beans Likes- laying in the sun, chasing squirrels, snuggling Dislikes- waking up too early, her ears being cleaned Hobbies- Dressing up at halloween, making new friends

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Veterans Day Program

On Sunday November 10 at 2 pm, the Marietta Community House will hold its annual Veterans Day Program.  The Community House was given to the people of Marietta by the Hiestand family in 1919 in memory of their son Lt. Benjamin Hiestand and other military veterans of World War I.  This year commemorates the one

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Marietta Special Fire Police Seeks Volunteers

The Marietta Special Fire Police was formed in the 1930s, I think, to basically give the older members of the fire company a job when they could no longer actively fight fires. In 1988, the Fire Police separated from the fire company and became a separate volunteer organization under the authority of the mayor of

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Garden Tour and Pork BBQ Scheduled

The popular Marietta Garden Tour, which benefits The Marietta Community House, will be held on September 8. This anticipated event offers gardeners and outdoor enthusiasts ideas and gardening insight for the end of summer and fall months. The 2019 Garden Tour will feature eight beautiful gardens in the Borough, ranging from small accent gardens to

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Marietta has a long history of volunteerism. Before Marietta Days, fireworks, Candlelight Tours, Bike Races and the other community events we enjoy today, scores of volunteers helped with children’s parades, horse shows, the big Sesquicentennial Celebration, and many more town projects (see vintage photos courtesy of Steve Bailey). Community organizations and events foster a sense

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Written by Trevor Williams   Again today, we hear the call, Their voices rising on the air. The chorus singing out,  Signaling to all who are there. Like clockwork, they sing. The beautiful gargantuan things.   Again today, a song of work. Tirelessly toiling the time away. We watch and wonder the destination. The streamlined

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The night stream is run with stars, sky spills and slides against sienna ground with arrowheads deep in soil. Cicadas buzz like unseen molecules on August new moon. Lanterns, not lights, glow behind unshuttered windows, baby possum crawls along black pond, dog rests on moist pine needles as unknowns peer from behind fern and jewel

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Written by Molly and Harper Kitchen Mayfest is a celebration of the beginning of spring and the end of winter and a great way to celebrate and enjoy the beauty of nature. Most importantly, it is a great way to bring the community together. Mayfest is held every year in Maytown, on the first Saturday