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Athens City Council continued conversations on waste disposal within the city with a discussion about the curbside compost pilot program, which is set to end June 30 and may not be continued.
Southeastern Ohio's public land is among the region's most important resources, but what lies within is still largely a mystery that people are teaming up to research and catalog.
LOGAN — The saga of the Logan medical marijuana dispensary finally came to an end Tuesday as five City Council members voted to override a mayor’s veto objecting to a dispensary opening in town.
Creation of an Athens County Complete Count Committee was approved Tuesday by the county commissioners. As the name implies, the committee’s purpose is to pursue a “complete count” of Athens County residents in the 2020 federal census.
Andy Doczi pleaded innocent Wednesday in Athens County Common Pleas Court to aggravated murder and other charges related to the May 23 shooting death of 33-year-old Andrew Everett of Shade.
City buildings in Nelsonville will soon be outfitted with new phone and internet systems, which may also improve surveillance and emergency services in town.
An Ohio University professor is helping to investigate the high rates of cancer reported in Vinton County, and whether the county has evidence of “cancer clusters.”
With it appearing a former Dollar General building in Glouster will become a county records center rather than a village hall, Mayor Miles Wolf said Tuesday he will recommend that Village Council proceed with expansion of the village’s current municipal building.
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