This story has been updated to reflect the most recent reporting.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Post's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
20 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
ATCO, a provider of services to people with disabilities in Athens County for nearly 50 years, will dissolve by 2018 to comply with a mandated order from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Zebulon, a 70-pound German shepherd, “got schooled” before an audience of pet owners at the Athens Community Center on Saturday.
Zebulon, a 70-pound german shepherd and “good boy," will work with animal trainer Rosanne Krager on Saturday at the Athens Community Center to relearn forgotten commands before an audience of pet owners and other community members.
President Barack Obama will award Maya Lin, an Athens-born artist and designer, with one of the country’s highest civilian honors: the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Jake McClelland headed to the Athens County Board of Elections at 9 a.m. on Oct. 12 to darken the bubble next to his choice for president, but few students have yet to follow suit.
Nearly half of Athens County residents without cars struggle to travel while living outside of transit system
In response to the nationwide heroin epidemic, University of Texas at Austin is training resident assistants to administer the life-saving antidote Naloxone to students who overdose on heroin and other opiates.
Graduate Student Senate addressed Ohio University President Roderick McDavis’ proposal for a cultural competency program for students at its Tuesday meeting.
Some college students are unsure of who they are voting for in this year’s election, but the crowd at Riverfest on Saturday night said they wanted Soulja Boy to run for president.
After attending the 2016 Paralympic Games this past summer, Norm O’Reilly said he plans to stick a pushpin in Rio De Janeiro’s coordinates on the map in his office to mark the capital of the 53rd country he has visited — once he finds pushpins and free time.
Nostalgic seekers of cheap thrills have crossed national borders and several oceans to witness a rare sight more astonishing than a unicorn in the flesh and more gut-turning than Bigfoot’s shadow — that is, the McPizza.
Artists’ set lists for the second night of Country Night Lights were composed not only of country, but contained pop, rock and R&B elements that inspired fans of every musical persuasion to make plans to come back next year.
Friday night, some students avoided the brick roads and Uptown bars in favor of cowboy boots, cowboy hats and live country music.
The chair of Ohio University's Sports Administration department helped lead the Canadian Paralympic team into Rio de Janeiro's Marcana Stadium on Wednesday night, as the Deputy Head of the Canadian team.
Editors’ Note: This story has been updated to include additional information about a resolution passed at Tuesday night’s meeting.