Athens County deputies spoke with the Shade Community Center manager over the weekend who said a third floor window had been broken.
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Ohio University students who were approved to stay in university housing following the university’s suspension of in-person classes were moved into new dorms last week.
Over the weekend, deputies responded for an escaped inmate from the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail. The inmate fled from officers while en route to the jail.
Over the weekend, deputies responded to the Family Dollar located in New Marshfield. Family Dollar was closed and the alarm was going off.
Over the weekend, deputies from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report over the phone regarding mail being stolen on Vore Ridge Road.
Over the weekend, deputies from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a suspicious vehicle on Monk Road.
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Deputies pulled over a man driving a U-Haul truck and trailer for light issues on Sunday. The light issue was found to be an electrical problem.
A man reported to The Ohio University Police Department on Friday that his bicycle was stolen from the Adams Hall garage.
The Ohio University Police Department has added two new officers to its department.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office has added a new school resource officer to its team.
A Deputy received a report from a Coolville resident on Friday regarding a changed address.
Though it spends roughly about $900,000 per month on water and electricity, Ohio University has found ways to conserve its usage.
Athens’ non-union employees are now eligible to receive paid parental leave due to a city ordinance that was passed at the end of 2019.
Graduate Student Senate clarified details about its upcoming election during its Tuesday meeting due to concerns that some graduate students were unaware of the election.
The city of Athens generated almost $2 million in revenue from the uptown parking garage over the course of the decade after factoring in millions spent on projects and repairs.
None of the 23 fire alarms that have gone off since January in campus buildings containing dining halls and markets were caused by an actual fire.
No socialists or independents were elected in the 2019 general election, but work of the Athens Revolutionary Socialists isn’t over as the group continues its activism.
The Ohio University College Democrats and Republicans, or OUCDs and OUCRs, respectively, have spent time preparing for the upcoming elections through a variety of strategies.