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How Can You Help Keep Marietta Beautiful?

Do you love the cherry trees along Front Street? Would you like to ensure that they will stay healthy, and help to make Marietta even more beautiful? The Marietta Beautification Committee has two active programs, with several more in the planning stage. We need volunteers to mow grass, trim cherry trees, and water planters. Maintain the

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Marietta Bike Race Organizers Announce 2019 Details

 Saturday, July 6 is right around the corner and that means it’s time for bike racing again! As you may remember from past years, the races take place on Front Street, Gay Street, Market Street, and Locust Street. The first race begins 10:45 a.m. and the last race at 4:00 p.m. If you will be

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Keep Your Pets Safe This Spring

Written by Jack Ries Spring is in the air, and for those of us who own dogs, that means that it is soon time to enjoy the great outdoors with our four-legged companions. Although there are few things more enjoyable and rewarding than a nice walk in the woods with Fido, there are things that

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Marietta Fireworks Are Going to be a Blast Again in 2019

After an amazing performance last July 4th, the Marietta Fireworks will return once again this July 6th with a goal to double the entirety of the show. Once again, the fireworks will be displayed under the supervision of Gary Schatz, a trained fireworks pyrotechnician, and will feature a huge opening, a ground show, a memorial

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Feral Cats in Marietta: Where the Wild Ones Roam

Written by Rebecca Jenkins “Feral” is the term used to define a cat that does not belong to anyone and lives outdoors. Feral cats are the result of a domestic cat being abandoned or lost and left to fend for itself. The offspring of the domestic (not considered feral) cat are usually terrified of people

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Project Underway to Add Signs to Historic Marietta Buildings

Rivertownes, with the support of Our Marietta, is undertaking a project that would see historic markers placed at select sites all over town. The signs would follow the model of the ones already installed near the Vesta building. This project supports both Our Marietta and Rivertowne’s goal of encouraging heritage tourism and also informing citizens

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Chowderfest is back and getting better than ever.

More restaurants are competing this year for your vote tobe the best people’s choice of soup, chowder, or bisque. Thefestival is scheduled for Sunday, April 7th, from 11:00 until3:00 at the historic Railroad House Inn and Restaurant.Event coordinator Ed Lincoln, Jr. and owners Joey Bowdenand Freddy States have teamed-up again to raise money for the

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Vital Tree Yoga and Mindful Touch Massage: Helping Marietta Relax

Written by Trevor Williams Marietta has been going through many positive changes over the past decade. The inclusion of the trail, the reopening and rebranding of various restaurants, and the opening of various shops and services are just a few examples of these changes. All of these positive changes seem to spark chain reactions among

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Exciting Changes Coming to Susquehanna Stage Company

A new chapter has begun for arts and community in Marietta. It’s an exciting time in Marietta with the opening of the first performing arts center in town and the new home to the Susquehanna Stage Company! Susquehanna Stage began ten years ago, as a small but committed group of creative people gathered to discuss