Shown here is the above-ground portion of the wrought iron brine well that Public Works Director Bob Heady said is likely more than 100 years old. The bubbles bursting on the surface are releasing methane gas into the air.
The annual Athens Community Arts & Music Festival delivered a variety of attractions at various venues in uptown Athens on Saturday, with an outdoor music and arts festival on West Union the main attraction. While the weather was hot and muggy, it didn't seem to hold anyone back from hav…
Attendees at Bounty on the Bricks Saturday evening in uptown Athens enjoyed dry and sunny weather, great food and drink, bonhomie with fellow community members, and the knowledge they were contributing to a good cause, local food pantries.
Ohio Brew Week's culminating weekend ran head-on into Excessive Heat Warnings throughout the country's mid-section and East, though heat indexes well over 100 Fahrenheit didn't seem to impede the fun.
Ohio Brew Week kicked off this past weekend (starting Friday, July 12) with plenty of events, large and small, including the brand-new 'First Call' block party Saturday afternoon on West State Street, near Casa Cantina and Tony's Tavern.
Ohio University’s Under the Elms Summer Concert Series presents its finale concert Wednesday, July 3, with its annual “Celebrate America!” concert of patriotic favorites in recognition of Independence Day,
The reincarnated Athens Brick Criterium – held all day Saturday on the bricks of uptown Athens – drew a modest crowd at its start around 11 in the morning that grew steadily as day turned into evening. The Criterium “has to be considered a success,” race organizer Dan Brown of Athens said i…
Demolition continued this (Monday) morning on South Green residence halls, with Smith House nearly leveled and the razing of Atkinson House well under way.
Philanthropy was the main theme during Sunday's final day of the Nelsonville Music Festival, with benefactors donating enough money to pay for single-day tickets for whoever wanted to attend.