Democratic at-large City Council candidates Peter Kotses, Jennifer Cochran and Joan Kraynanski were the top three vote-getters in the Democratic Primary election on Tuesday night with 55 out of 56 pre
More than five months after a fire destroyed multiple buildings on West Union Street in Athens, three plans for rebuilding have been submitted to the city's code enforcement director. Required pa
Moving out is definitely not the best part of graduation week at Ohio University, and if anything, that applies doubly for the many Chinese students at OU who left last week.
Playing through pain is the athlete's cliché. Sports are full of adages to "suck it up," that pain is "weakness leaving the body" or "only temporary."
It's been over five months since a fire on West Union Street in uptown Athens heavily damaged multiple buildings. While investigation into the fire's cause by the Ohio Fire Marshal's Office is ongoing, the fire has not yet been ruled undetermined or undeterminable.
To the Editor:
Athens is lucky to have some excellent
candidates for the At Large seat on City Council. I think that the best of the
bunch is Alan Swank.
With six candidates running for the three spots for Democrats in the May 5 primary election for at-large Athens City Council, we had a difficult endorsement decision. All six candidates bring significant assets to the table, with most boasting extensive, diverse and applicable experience and well-thought-out ideas.
After a fire took the life of the county's only sheriff's dog last month, the Athens County Sheriff's Office is getting a new four-legged friend and foe of crime. The dog's name? Ijo.
Katie Loschiavo of Glouster is a survivor who watched her estranged husband shoot her girlfriend three times in the chest in the parking lot of Hocking Mall on Christmas Day in 2013.
An Athens County Sheriff's official said Tuesday that Number Fest has progressed "leaps and bounds" from its roots in 2003 in terms of law enforcement and first responders' involvement with and planning for the event.
Number Fest's founder said Friday that a town hall-style meeting will be hosted sometime in the next few months to generate conversation between community members and Prime Social Group, the festival planning outfit that runs the annual student-oriented college music festival just west of Athens.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - One hundred years ago, more than 1,000 women gathered here in The Hague during World War I, demanding peace. Britain denied passports to more than 120 women, forbidding them from making the trip to suppress their peaceful dissent.
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