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As Skittle-colored leaves begin to cover Athens in a blanket that signifies fall is coming to an end, voters must start thinking about the decisions they will make at the polls.
Although presidential election years are characterized by partisan debates and high voter turnouts, decisions made during the midterm elections can impact both national and local issues equally, despite seeing fewer voters at the polls.
Horse gone wild
Ohio University Police Department received a report of sexual imposition on Monday around 3 p.m. that reportedly occurred at Boyd Hall.
Drugs in Bromley
Ohio University Police Department reported Wednesday that an assault and burglary occurred at True House on Sunday.
On Tuesday, the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce announced Kristin Miller as its next president.
The Athens Police Department responded to a fatal car accident on South Shafer Street early Wednesday morning.
Ohio University announced on Thursday that Lewatis McNeal will be the next vice provost for regional higher education and partnerships, effective Oct. 3.
Ohio University announced Thursday that William Schafer will serve as its interim vice president for student affairs starting July 20.
Ohio University Police Department released a crime alert late Wednesday night reporting a rape that allegedly occurred in Jefferson Hall, located on East Green.
Dean of graduate college, vice president for research and creative activity announces plans to leave OU
Ohio University announced Thursday that Joe Shields, dean of the Graduate College and vice president for research and creative activity, will be stepping down from his position and leaving OU come June 12.
The polls for the 2022 Ohio primary closed Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Athens residents were able to vote for both local and state government officials to represent each political party in the general election in November.
Athens City Council passed a one-reading ordinance and an ordinance that authorizes the construction of pickleball and tennis courts at its meeting Monday.
The City of Athens and Ohio University’s Athens Beautification Day made its return this month following an almost-three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic and inclement weather. This year, however, the one-day event has morphed into a month-long project.