The Athens Historic Preservation Commission sent a letter to the Ohio University administration Friday asking that the university reconsider its plans to demolish the President Street Academic Center, a largely-unused, historic building on the corner of President and South Congress streets in Athens.
While students fanned out to their far-flung spring break destinations Saturday afternoon, Ohio women's basketball stayed in the unrelenting winter of Athens to make a statement.
When Bob Sheskey died last August, many thought - and others feared – that the Nelsonville Food Cupboard would soon close.
March days return with their covert light, and huge fish swim through the sky, vague earthly vapours progress in secret, things slip to silence one by one. Through fortuity, at this crisis of errant skies, you reunite the lives of the sea to that of fire, grey lurchings of the ship of winter to the form that love carved in the guitar.
The citizens of the great state of Ohio are drowning in oil, and not in a good way. If anyone had any doubt that the oil and gas industry is the tail wagging the Ohio government dog, it should be put to rest by the state Supreme Court's outrageous decision in the Morrison (Munroe Falls) vs Beck Energy Corp. case on Feb. l7.
High school hockey players wore special helmet decals at an all-star game Sunday in honor of their coach, an Ohio University administrator who died in a highway accident Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle.
Kevin Jennings, the founder and executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), was one of the United States' first gay teachers to come out of the closet. The first openly gay student he counseled said something that disturbed him very much.
An Ohio University Police Department officer was hit in the face while he attempted to arrest an allegedly disorderly male student on campus Monday, Feb. 23.
The Athens County Sheriff's and Prosecutor's offices announced Friday a number of donations aimed at helping kids.
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