"(Ohio University President) McDavis has no problem with bats. He has a problem with sharing," OU student Jessica Ensley shouted through a megaphone at a rally in front of OU's President's
Arriving at the county fairgrounds youth exhibits building in Marietta Saturday, March 22, I had no idea that I was about to enter a whole new culture.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has approved a new drilling-waste injection well in eastern Athens County that will become the third owned by K&H Partners of West Virginia.
In the world of contra dance music, Mark Hellenberg is a star. The fame is far greater than what he gets for being on the air at Athens-based WOUB public radio.
You hand in your ticket And you go watch the geek, Who immediately walks up to you, When he hears you speak, And says, “How does it feel To be such a freak?” And you say, “Impossible” As he hands you a bone. Because something is happening here, But you don’t know what it is, Do you, Mister Jones?
"Are bats a $1.2 million problem?" That statement, found in the introduction to a Facebook event for a planned "Bat Rally" this Tuesday outside of the historic Ohio University
Ohio University's Survivor Advocacy Program (OUSAP) will be getting a new office for the 2015-2016 year and continuing to offer its breadth of services to OU students and the local community.
UPDATED: Ohio Rt. 13 in Glouster has been reopened after the detonation of a hand grenade Glouster Mayor Miles Wolf said was found Saturday afternoon by an area resident digging in his yard.
The fourth round of lineup announcements for this year's Nelsonville Music Festival is headed up by Atlanta garage punk rockers the Black Lips, along with Americana artist Tim Easton, Bassholes and Wooden Indian Burial Ground.
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A Federal Hocking School Board member is asking the Athens County Commissioners to follow through with rescinding several measures related to Holzer Clinic of Athens as the medical outfit continues to seek tax exemption from the state of Ohio.