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A Novel Museum in a Historic Town

Marietta will soon be home to a one of a kind museum. The Vaccine Farm is establishing a national museum and resource center addressing the history of vaccines. No such institution exists in the country. The Vaccine Farm will serve a wide, general audience of those seeking historical and educational resources to broaden their understanding

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The 2nd Annual Chowderfest

Marietta is scheduled for Saturday April 1st, from 11:00 a.m until 3:00 p.m. Ed Lincoln Jr. and co-owners of the Railroad House, Joey Bowden and Freddy States, have teamed-up again to raise money for the Lancaster County SPCA, FoodStock Lancaster, and the Marietta Market. Last year’s event sold out with over 350 attendees through the

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Business Spotlight: Chiques Rock Outfitters

Written by Trisha Ries There is a local Pioneer floating around these parts. Here is tale of a man often seen by the river, who is strong as an ox and adorned in overalls. I’m talking about Marty Cox, of course, the man who is a jack of all trades and co-founder of Chiques Rock

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Susquehanna Stage Company Announces a Pulitzer Prize Winning Season

Inspired by the recent win of the Broadway phenomenon Hamilton of the coveted Pulitzer Prize for drama, Marietta’s Community Theatre, the Susquehanna Stage Company (SSC) has chosen six former Pulitzer Prize winning plays and musicals for the 2017 season. An eclectic and challenging season awaits theatre goers at SSC, located on the grounds of the

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Shared Office Space Rental in the Heart of Marietta Provides Flexible Options for Professional and Personal Use

As our culture increasingly moves toward freelancers and home-based businesses, co-working spaces are opening in cities and towns around the world. Shared work spaces are well received by a variety of professionals such as freelancers, start-ups, and larger companies who have employees working remotely. Sometimes the space may be focused on a particular industry, such

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A Very Un-Moody Foodie

Written By Jack Ries If you know me, you know that I have a love affair with food. Food is always there for you, and it almost never lets you down. My eating habits may be beginning to catch up with me as I get older, but even so, I can’t resist trying new things

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Did you know?

Compiled by Trisha Ries 1719 – Three hundred acres of land were purchased by Indian trader Robert Wilkins along river, adjacent to property of George Stewart, also a trader. This includes the area that would become Marietta. 1803 – David Cook’s son lays out town of New Haven (east end of Marietta). 1804 – James