Sam Cao, a high school junior, is running in a Democratic primary for an open Ohio House of Representatives seat against Joy Bennett.
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An ordinance that would change the title of the vacant Athens City prosecutor position to “assistant law director/part-time prosecutor” is up for third reading at the next Athens City Council meeting on April 17.
The International Street Fair is scheduled to be held for the first time in two years Saturday as part of International Week at Ohio University.
Two Athens City Council committees convened Monday to discuss topics including financial appropriations and new recreational projects.
The Center for Campus and Community Engagement hosted a civic engagement forum Thursday, which included three different panels made up of students, faculty members and elected officials.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the revised Ohio House and Senate maps are unconstitutional in a 4-3 decision Monday.
A collection of voting rights groups filed objections Jan. 25 against the revised Ohio House and Senate legislative maps recently adopted by the Ohio Redistricting Commission.
Becky “Eliza” Ivan, president of Ohio University Student Senate, gave the State of the Senate address during its first in-person meeting of the year Wednesday, focusing on the projects members of Senate have worked on during their terms.
Ohio University’s Student Senate met Wednesday night where students were able to voice concerns and ask questions about the university’s response to COVID-19 to OU President Hugh Sherman.
Issue 20, a renewal of a tax benefitting the Athens-Hocking-Vinton Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services District, or the 317 Board, passed with 69.63% of votes in favor of the levy in Athens County, 55.80% in Hocking County and 54.01% from Vinton County.
Micah McCarey, council’s only member of color, faced challenges joining the predominantly white Athens City Council.
Athens food truck owner seeks vending license amid possible penalty increases for unlicensed vendors
An Athens food truck owner is looking for approval of a vending license amid City Council introducing an ordinance that would increase the penalties for unlicensed vendors.
An Athens County attorney is looking to increase security on Court Street but is working against low interest and privacy concerns.
School districts in Athens County are using federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief, or ESSER, fund money to address learning loss due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Health officials discuss importance of asymptomatic testing for vaccinated individuals amid rising cases
Ohio University is offering more in-person classes this Fall Semester than in the spring, and even though there are still concerns about COVID-19, many students and professors believe being in-person allows for better learning experiences.
Student Senate members presented and approved all nominations for senior awards during the meeting on Wednesday night, which include senator emeritus, justice emeritus and senior honors.
Jenny Hall-Jones, Student Senate adviser, encouraged students to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine through the university at their meeting on Wednesday, however, Hall-Jones said there was some trouble distributing Johnson and Johnson vaccines.
The Ohio Legislature overrode Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto of a bill March 24, effectively allowing the statehouse to tweak executive public health orders.