The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, recently changed its masking recommendations for the nation, affecting decisions at the university, city and county level in Athens.
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Students took to College Green for a snowball fight and Jeff Hill to sled, but the story goes beyond a bit of simple fun.
While some students choose to vote in Athens, many students also continue to vote in their hometowns, and many are reminded to vote by Pumpkin the cat.
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Students who experienced it before have missed it, and those who haven’t are excited to experience it.
Students and experts weigh in on their view of the legacy of 9/11 for the generation born on and after Sept. 11, 2001.
From theatre and concerts to dancing and more, OU has a lot of performing arts opportunities.
After a year of online classes, we could all use a reminder.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson voiced his interest Tuesday in running for the soon-to-be vacated seat of Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington.
The work of Shakespeare has survived yet another pandemic.
The former Ruby Tuesday building on East State Street will get a refresh this summer as a family-friendly sit-down pizza restaurant.
The show will be streamed virtually from April 9 through 17.
One of Athens’ favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurants is expanding with a new, bigger space and expanding its menu offerings as well.
Because of the pandemic, many OU students have varying opinions about their time on campus.
Police and city officials urge those with a face covering ordinance complaint to call APD’s non-emergency number.
Ohio University’s Athens campus will be a distribution location in January 2021 for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for frontline health care workers.
The Athens County Health Department now has ultra-cold freezers able to store both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
From March to December, 2020 was dominated by the coronavirus pandemic.
After a delay because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bubbles Tea and Juice Co. opened its shop on Oct. 30 to sell an array of bubble teas, smoothies, acai bowls and more.
One of the things that makes live theater so special is the gathering together with people — both known and unknown — and watching a performance in real-time, taking place right before everyone’s eyes.