The "good ol' boy" practice of purchasing personal ammunition through a law enforcement discount is nothing new in America.
The owners of Dale's BP on North Court Street in Athens have submitted a proposal for redevelopment of the convenience store/gas station into an apartment building, with a convenience store still operating on the ground floor.
As clashes between police and citizens have dominated news reporting and images in recent weeks, most notably in Ferguson, Missouri, a debate has exploded about the so-called militarization of police, and what it means for communities.
Brick Monkey Theater Ensemble presents George Brant's award-winning play "Grounded" for nine performances, starting yesterday (Wednesday) and continuing to Saturday, Sept. 6.
Properganderizing. No ticky, no laundry. Taking all that dodie off the mean streets. Who needs the Clean and Safe Halloween Committee? My dog's depression. The issues keeping you up at night. Success Street. Remain calm, all is well. Banana Republic. This is your voice, Athens, cherish it.
Bill Evans thinks it's sad that young people can no longer wave hello to train-crew members as they rumble down the tracks in their caboose. Or even see a caboose, for that matter.
We now know that the bucket challenge worked amazingly well and that it has done phenomenal things for an orphan disease like ALS: $23 million in three weeks for a charity that usually needs four months to collect the same amount.
Renovation plans for two dining halls on Ohio University's campus, rising student code of conduct violations involving marijuana, pursuit of a $250 million bond, and a land easement to the City of Athens for the Union Street roundabout are all on the agenda for the OU Board of Trustees meeting today (Thursday).
"Of students, by students, for students." This is the stated vision for the 2014-2015 Ohio University Student Senate, whose officers say their goal is to run a Senate that advocates student rights by reaching to the far corners of campus and giving a voice to the students who, in years past, may not have had the chance to be represented. their goal is to run a Senate that advocates stud
To the Editor:
The Ohio Bobcats on Monday began game-week practice for the Aug. 30 season opener in Kent after the weekend off with a light day and some closure in the summer-long quarterback competition.
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