NELSONVILLE — For the next five months, Nelsonville Public Library will gather families and community members together each Wednesday for a night of cooking, quality time and delicious food. These evenings are part of the second annual “FEAST” series — Families Eating Affordably and Sustaina…
Athens County students have put their artistic touch on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) snow plows, and now Facebook users have a chance to vote for their favorite.
Friends of Strouds Run State Park contracted recently with Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs for water quality testing at Dow Lake.
The Ohio State Bar Foundation is awarding $454,648 to 13 Ohio nonprofit organizations with unique projects across the state through its Fall Grants Cycle. Each project fulfills the OSBF’s mission of promoting the pursuit of justice and public understanding of the rule of law.
The Director of Public Works, Robert Heady, made it very clear during the last Athens City Council committee meeting that Athens’ sewer and water infrastructure is aging, and deferred maintenance is not helping.
Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) prides itself on being able to make a positive impact in the community. Doing so depends greatly on the actions of numerous area partners, and, on Oct. 23, CHSP expressed its appreciation to those partners with the first Gratitude Gathering event at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville.
ZALESKI — Several former Survival Flight employees voiced concerns about the company, according to a recent report by the National Transportation Safety Board detailing the helicopter crash that happened in the Zaleski area earlier this year.
In the Pike County Court of Common Pleas on Monday, Rita Newcomb, 66, pleaded guilty to a second-degree misdemeanor charge of obstructing official business.
A student defense group called the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently applauded Ohio University administrators for reversing what the group is calling an “unconstitutional directive muzzling fraternity members.”
Athens County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Interdiction Unit executed a search warrant in Chauncey on Tuesday that resulted in the arrest of seven individuals, all related to a drug trafficking investigation.
LOGAN — An abduction was reported via a 911 call early Monday, Dec. 2, the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office reported, resulting in two deaths, considered a murder-suicide.
TechGROWTH Ohio, Ohio University’s Ohio Third Frontier entrepreneurial services provider, has been awarded $5.05 million by the state for venture development services. The grant will be matched by OU and private organizations, allowing TechGROWTH to continue and expand services through 2022.
Residents, non-residents and many stakeholders have continued to let Athens City Council know that they are in favor of millions of tax dollars going to the Baileys Trail Project.
An ex-Ohio University student is suing the school for $75,000, claiming he was allegedly removed from his program due to “malice, ill-will, hatred and a conscious disregard of rights” on behalf of the program’s administrators.
The final individual named in a criminal case brought by the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office has pled innocent to charges concerning alleged hazing and drug abuse in relation to Ohio University student Collin Wiant’s 2018 death.
ALBANY — A slew of charges have been leveled against mainly unnamed individuals after a search warrant was executed at a Baker Road residence in the Albany area on Sunday by the Athens County Sheriff’s Office.
This past weekend was deadlier than the 2018 Thanksgiving weekend in Ohio, reports the Ohio State Highway Patrol, but not deadlier than 2017.
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