In the wake of the opioid epidemic and its impact on public health, Athens and other Ohio communities have established needle exchange programs to reduce the damage.
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A sea of proud students, parents and family filled the Convo on Saturday as the Ohio University Class of 2017 gathered one last time before officially becoming graduates.
The Athens County Prosecutor’s Office is working with OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital to possibly include a drug test in their standard procedure for sexual assault examinations.
Researchers to study potential medicinal properties of natural products, which could include cannabis
Recent proposals to Ohio’s regulatory body on medical marijuana suggest the state is set to have among the most restrictive limits on possession of plant material, and advocates have expressed their doubts regarding the state’s approach.
About 21 people gathered at a Quaker meeting house Saturday as part of an early effort to draft former state Sen. Nina Turner as the Democratic candidate for Ohio governor and to renew a grassroots progressive movement in the state.
Some Ohioans have already set their sights on the next major election, taking part in a grassroots effort to support former state Sen. Nina Turner in a campaign for Ohio governor.
Ohio's medical marijuana program is still developing, but advocates remain worried about accessibility
Ohio’s medical marijuana program has yet to develop fully, but some patient advocates are concerned the rules and regulations coming out of Columbus will make it difficult for college students and people in less-populated areas to receive treatment.
Adrienne Gavula, the regional office director and development director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Ohio affiliate, encouraged a crowd of about 200 people to challenge President Donald Trump's administration by calling their elected officials, demanding town halls and looking forward to midterm elections.
President Donald Trump has called for a national investigation into voter fraud, but instances in Athens County and throughout Ohio remain low.
Twenty-one years ago, the Athens Police Department began receiving federal dollars through the Violence Against Women Act to support women affected by violence and abuse. However, possible budget cuts from President Donald Trump's administration could change that.
Republican candidate Frank Hoagland beat incumbent Lou Gentile, D-Steubenville, in the Ohio Senate race for the 30th district Tuesday. Hoagland received nearly 53 percent of the vote, while Gentile received 47 percent.
Students filled Baker Center on Tuesday, waiting up to an hour to cast their ballots.
Former Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis said Friday that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's political history and platform provides a clear contrast to her Republican opponent, Donald Trump.
Wendy Davis, a Democrat and former state senator from Texas, will visit Ohio University on Friday morning. Davis is scheduled to appear on College Green at 10:45 a.m. near the Alumni Gateway, according to a news release.
Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, told Athens supporters Tuesday that he would continue efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and “replace it with something better.”
Rain did not deter Ohio University College Republicans from protesting outside Sarah Grace’s local campaign office, 19 W. Washington St., in response to a $5,800 discrepancy in the East Elementary Parent Teacher Organization’s funds, where Grace recently served as treasurer.