Deputies responded to an open-line 911 call in the Athens area, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. When they arrived, deputies discovered the call was made by small children playing with an old cell phone.
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OU will end FY21 with $709.2 million in revenue and will spend $666.3 million on various expenses.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Allen Street, in Glouster, regarding a reported burglary in progress. The caller said when he returned home there was a strange woman leaving his house.
In early November, joint members of Ohio University’s Faculty Senate and the university’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors, or OU-AAUP, read for the second time a resolution regarding administrative bonuses, among other resolutions.
Athens uses federal funding to make up COVID-19 revenue losses, creates plans for remainder of funds
The American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA, was enacted March 11 and has allowed the city of Athens to begin financial recovery from hurdles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deputies were flagged down by a person in a vehicle who told deputies they were being chased by another driver, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. The individual told the deputies the other driver was in possession of a firearm.
A renewal of a tax levy to partially fund Athens County’s emergency medical services passed with 7,744 votes, or 75.56% of ballots cast, during Tuesday’s election.
Republican Mike Carey won the special election for Ohio’s 15th Congressional District seat Tuesday with 58.42% of the vote as of 11:31 p.m.
Chairmen of Athens County Republicans, Democrats discuss candidates ahead of 15th Congressional District race
Allison Russo and Mike Carey are fighting to gain the historically Republican seat as representative of Ohio’s 15th district.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a man from the most-wanted list living at a residence in The Plains. When deputies searched the residence they were told the man had just left in a silver vehicle.
Athens City Council met in committee Monday to discuss the 2022 Pay Study conducted by Ron Lucas, the city’s director of human resources, and compensation and benefits, among other topics.
Ohio University’s on-campus residents received an email Sept. 30 notifying them of restrictions that will be in place for Halloween weekend.
Both current and former Athens residents have experienced frustration with the pricing of a tow, though state and city code outlines what the cost should be.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a suspicious vehicle pulling into the caller’s property. The caller said the vehicle was a red Lincoln from Meigs County. The caller said he then saw the vehicle around several other areas and believed they may have been looking for packages at homes along Old Route 33 between Athens and Shade.
The Athens Farmers Market happens twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and is in the unique position to allow businesses and customers room to spread out and better adhere to COVID-19 distancing guidelines.
Ohio University has launched a psychological services program specifically for students in the Honors Tutorial College, or HTC.
Ohio University has recently done renovations on the McKee House and the Konneker Alumni Center in addition to selling the Pilcher House property.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an unauthorized person driving a vehicle. Deputies made contact with the individual and told them the vehicle had to be returned to the owner.
Various political groups at Ohio University are planning events to promote their respective candidates and policies with election season just around the corner.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Johnson Road, in The Plains, in regards to a report of an attempted break-in on a residence. When deputies arrived, they saw no signs of forced entry.