With Thanksgiving around the corner, the dining halls will be closed for the break. Many international students, out-of-state students and students who work over the break in Athens cannot afford to go back home.
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Steve Patterson was reelected as Athens City mayor on Tuesday, defeating independent opponent Damon Krane for the second time since 2019.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss updated plans for a new Athens Fire Department fire headquarters, under construction on 120 E. Stimson Ave., and disposal of municipal vehicles, among other ordinances.
Correction appended: a previous version of this article stated “the playground at Alexander Elementary has some inclusive equipment.” The word “some” has been added to more accurately reflect the situation, and it has been corrected to say “Athens City Schools' elementary schools."
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss 21 ordinances, including increasing parking rates, fire control regulations and the new Athens Fire Headquarters.
In June, Democratic Socialist Athens Mayoral candidate Damon Krane proposed a debate between himself and current Athens Mayor Steve Patterson on Ohio University's campus.
Access to reproductive and sexual healthcare is facing a critical challenge in Ohio. As recent legislation limiting access to reproductive healthcare has passed, many Ohioans are apprehensive of the stricter laws. In order to bridge that widening gap, Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio, or PPGOH, has decided to expand its telehealth services by 300% by the end of 2023.
On June 22, a small number of progressives gathered on the steps of the Athens County Courthouse to publicly urge Athens Mayor Steve Patterson and other regional Democratic leaders to take action to increase student voting in support of the "Ohio Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative."
Athens City Council and the planning commission met Monday to discuss recommended changes to the temporary sign portion of the zoning code
Athens City Council met on Monday to discuss a special consideration of a petition that involves establishing new community authority for the Ridges.
A relatively small gathering of students kicked off Fest Season at Ohio University last Friday with Milliron Fest; however, warmer weather produced a much larger turnout at Mill Fest on Saturday.
Since September 2022, Ohio University has been searching for its 23rd president as current OU President Hugh Sherman will step down from his position June 30. After narrowing the search to three candidates, OU invited students, faculty and staff alongside members of the Athens and regional campus communities to hear from those candidates at open forums in March.
Ohio University's Graduate Student Senate met Tuesday evening for a conversation with Athens Mayor Steve Patterson.
Ustav unites students and staff in a celebration of Indian culture