A quaint crowd of local residents gathered in the dining area of Della Zona on East State Street for a workshop on how to run a values-based food business.
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Although Saturday’s Mill Fest remained tame, partiers crowded yards and porches, partaking in games of Frisbee, mud wrestling and swimming in inflatable pools as music echoed loudly from houses.
Police officers and spectators gathered for a memorial service honoring Athens County fallen law enforcement officers on College Street in Athens. They saluted in silence as the flag was raised, the national anthem was sung, and a prayer was said for the local officers who have lost their lives.
A local bar located on East Carpenter Street opened its doors after being closed since the end of Winter Quarter.
Children gathered around the planting ceremony of three new trees facing East State Street in front of the Theta Chi fraternity house Friday for the Athens annual Arbor Day celebration.
Moms of Ohio University students crowded Athens this past weekend for the annual and anticipated Moms Weekend 2011.
Although a statewide income tax reduction lowers the amount of tax money Athens residents have to pay, it also limits funding for government programs that help those with lower incomes.
More than 61 percent of Athens County residents who attend college are missing out on government tuition credit — a total loss of more than $4 million.
About 30 people congregated yesterday in front of the Athens County Courthouse to oppose Ohio Senate Bill Five, which would eliminate collective bargaining rights for all state workers.