Ohio University President Roderick McDavis and his wife, Deborah, have had uninvited guests in their on-campus home, designated for the university’s president, at 29 Park Place.
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Six attorneys’ caseloads exceed recommendations for public defenders
Athens County Commissioners got updated statistics from the county dog shelter Thursday.
After a student sued Ohio because her dorm room was cold, the court ruled in favor of the university
Ohio Court of Claims renders a judgement in favor of OU in cold dorm room case filed by a student, as she failed to prove the causal relationship between her illness and the university’s liability.
Three years after the father of Andrea Robinson, who died of bacterial meningitis, sued the Ohio University and related officials for neglecting their duties, attorneys from the both sides settled on $1 million.
Christmas came early for Athens County Common Pleas Court Judge George P. McCarthy Tuesday night.
Four students who were arrested at the Student Senate meeting after Megan Marzec’s “blood bucket” challenge will have their pretrial Wednesday afternoon.
Two longtime members of the Athens County legal scene are jockeying for a chance to be the county’s Common Pleas Court Judge.
Dedrick Peterson, 31 pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to all 10 felony charges he faces.
The Ann Arbor man appeared in Athens County Common Pleas Court Wednesday morning.
A Michigan man who was charged with rape and sexual battery charges regarding 2013 homecoming incident was indicted by Athens County Grand Jury on Tuesday.
A Glouster man was indicted on assault and gun charges Tuesday by the Athens County Grand Jury for allegedly fleeing and firing a gun at police.
Lyndsey Howell says her thumb was broken during a traffic stop a night she was drunkenly driving.
Students arrested for speaking out against Marzec keep innocence plea.
Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn only had three trials in a 12-month period ending last month.
Students living off-campus often find themselves victims of burglaries during the summer away from Athens homes
The second man involved in the Stewart Street house fire this February was sentenced last week.
You may be surprised to see how your favorite Uptown eatery scored on the latest round of health department inspections.
One of the leaders of an Athens-Detroit drug ring was sentenced to 10 mandatory years in prison, after appearing Tuesday in Athens County Common Pleas Court before Judge George McCarthy.
After a brief trial-period last week, Kiser’s opened its third brick-and-mortar spot at the former Quiznos location, 42 S. Court St., Monday. The grand opening was such a success, workers agreed, that the food “ran out” by 3 p.m. and they had to close up shop.