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Glouster Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Monday, Jan. 13 on Route 78 in Hollister, located in Trimble Township, that has left two adults and nine children homeless.

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Ohio University announced earlier this week that it will be expanding it’s tuition and fees guarantee program to include personalized graduation plans, more alumni-exclusive scholarships and background services.

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Nonviolent activist Martin Luther King Jr. would have turned 91 on Wednesday, Jan. 15, if he hadn’t been assassinated for his work in the Civil Rights Movement.

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A possible ban on plastic shopping bags has been floating around Athens City Council for some time now, but grocery store staples are still far from disappearing from local stores. But recent research-based recommendations may offer future alternatives for a more plastic-free Athens.

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An Albany man was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison in Athens County Common Pleas Court for a slew of felony charges, including kidnapping, domestic violence and intimidation of an attorney, victim or witness in a criminal case.

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Athens residents hoping for the long-expected medical marijuana dispensary to open on West Union Street may have to wait much longer as the company’s dispensary licenses are now on hold by state regulators.

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JACKSON — Investigators with the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, along with investigators of Gallia County Sheriff's Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Jackson County Coroner Dr. Alice Frazier spent Saturday at a site on CH&D Road (County Road 2) in Bloomfield Twp. ne…

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LOGAN — The Hocking County Sheriff’s Office reported the passing of Bloodhound K-9 Sherman on Friday. He was eight years old.