Athens City Council discussed a new pay-to-stay program addressing evictions in the city at its Monday night committee meetings.
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Athens City Council met Monday to hold a public hearing concerning community development block grant, or CDBG, programs and to hear coinciding ordinances about the annual street paving projects for 2022.
Ohio University Graduate Student Senate met Tuesday to discuss a resolution opposing Ohio House Bill 616, also known as the “don’t say gay” bill.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported one new COVID-related death Friday.
OU history, political science departments, Contemporary History Institute host panel to discuss Ukraine-Russia conflict
Athens City Council met Monday evening and tabled an ordinance that would extend the mask mandate in the city.
Ohio University’s Black Student Union and Asian American Pacific Islander Student Union co-hosted a panel Sunday to discuss how the groups can work together to support one another.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss land appropriations for the West Union Street improvements project.
As the streets of Athens buzzed with excitement for the upcoming Super Bowl, U.S. Senate Candidate Morgan Harper made her way into town, hoping to focus some of that excitement on her campaign during a Saturday appearance in front of the Athens City Building.
Ohio University Student Senate met Wednesday to discuss a resolution about Pride Week and to hear an update from the Board of Trustees concerning enrollment and the management of university property.
Ohio University’s Faculty Senate met Monday night to discuss a resolution involving faculty management and to hear updates from OU President Hugh Sherman and Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs.
The university anticipates a $35 to $38 million deficit for FY23.
Morgan Harper and Josh Mandel, two U.S. Senate candidates in Ohio, faced each other in a debate Thursday moderated by Cassie Young, managing director at Matter News, a nonprofit news organization, and Daniel Wolvin, state director at Awake America Ohio, a religious organization focused on politics.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss annual reports produced by different committees, including accessibility audits in the county.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss details of a possible contract reopener for the city’s police union.
Sports betting was recently made legal in Ohio, providing new hope and opportunities for the possibility of economic growth within the state.
Ohio University Student Senate met virtually Wednesday to hear a Spring Semester COVID-19 update from Gillian Ice, special assistant to the president for public health operations.
Athens City Council met Monday to welcome two new members to their body, Solveig Spjeldnes, D-1st Ward, and Alan Swank, D-4th Ward.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss a settlement from Johnson & Johnson concerning the company’s involvement in the national opioid epidemic.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss a resolution regarding an income tax increase for the 2022 primary election ballot.