Plates carrying messages from food pantry recipients are hung around the conference room of the Southeast Ohio Food Bank to remind the small but dedicated staff how important their work is.
Alleged missing or disorganized records at the Athens County Engineer's Office have led to a sheriff's investigation into possible destruction of records and questions about how much the department will be reimbursed for nearly $350,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) work.
A former Ohio University football player will serve at least six months in prison on a felonious assault charge, stemming from what both he and his victim, another OU student, seem to agree was a senseless, unprovoked attack.
Though Ohio University President Roderick McDavis is one of the lower-paid presidents of public universities in the state, he – like most of Ohio's public college presidents – is above the median for presidential pay nationwide.
The city of Athens is poised to introduce a number of local ordinances designed to take aim at potential hazards from possible oil-and-gas drilling activity and to protect the city's resources through monitoring.
After being arrested following a standoff last month in which he allegedly fired shots at Athens County Sheriff's deputies, an Alexander Township man has been indicted by a county grand jury on a whopping 24 criminal counts.
Environmentalists of all stripes support policies to expand solar energy and wind energy, among other "renewables." Indeed, solar and wind are viewed across the spectrum of environmental groups as a principal method for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gas emissions that are causing increasingly catastrophic climate change.
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Ohio University has reached a settlement with a former nursing student who sued OU after it denied her a degree because of her low grade on a national preparatory test.
Ohio University has a network of underground utility tunnels, one of which started to give way recently, leading to a potential sinkhole situation on University Terrace, an OU official confirmed Monday.
A majority of Ohio University students left town by last Tuesday's primary election, and numbers from the Athens County Board of Elections reflect the low turnout that resulted.
The Ohio Army National Guard visited the American Red Cross of Southeastern Ohio on Tuesday, as part of the NFL High School Player Development program that's intended to give high school football student-athletes an entire day of community service and leadership/team building.
It appears that a former Ohio University student may take a plea bargain today (Thursday) in a case in which he's accused of having assaulted another student.