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Noah Trembly, the treasurer of the city’s disabilities commission, is running for an At-Large Athens City Council seat.
She got involved in politics following the 2016 election.
Seven candidates are running for the board but only three seats available.
Risner’s goals for his fourth term include housing and Athens finances.
He also worked as the director of code enforcement for 14 years for the City of Athens.
Pat McGee wants to make Athens better for students and full-time residents alike.
The at-large city councilor, elected in 2015, is up for a second term.
Chris Knisely began serving as council president in 2014.
The small business owner has returned to the political scene nearly a year after her loss to Jay Edwards.
Fahl is an incumbent and unopposed.
Former Graduate Student Senate President and Ohio University alumnus Eddie Smith said he was encouraged by local officials to continue pursuing his political career.
Longtime Athens resident and OU Sustainability Project Coordinator Samuel Emerson Crowl is running unopposed for Athens City Council’s third ward seat.
Brian Cristi wants to unseat incumbent Kent Butler and bring new ideas to Athens.
Here are the main issues he thinks Athens is facing this year
Brian Baker has been the “road guy” in Athens Township for more than three years of his more than 13-year career with the Athens County Engineers.
Here’s everything you should know about the 2017 local election candidates.
Join Ash and Pikachu as they reenact their first meeting on the silver screen.
The pair performed comedy routines Saturday night at MemAud.
Ohio fell to Buffalo in the Aquatic Center on Saturday.