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The Athens Police Department announced Tuesday that the 24-hour parking ordinance will resume enforcement efforts Sept. 21 at 8 a.m.
A Jackson man was indicted Monday by an Athens County Grand Jury on seven felonies and five misdemeanors, which are all related to voyeurism, menacing and burglary.
There were a total of 491 confirmed COVID-19 cases last week in Athens County. The county reported that 81 of these cases are still active, as of Saturday, Sept. 11.
Prosecutors and investigators with the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office arrested a man Friday after a grand jury that charged him with six counts of rape.
Brenen’s Coffee Cafe on Court Street announced Thursday on Twitter it will temporarily be closing after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
On Sept. 1, there were 396 COVID-19 cases in Athens County. On Sept. 9, there were 447 confirmed cases, according to the Athens City-County Health Department.
Ohio University learned Monday that a caregiver in a preschool class tested positive for COVID-19 at the Child Development Center, causing all activities to be suspended until Sept. 18.
Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to include information from an email faculty members received about Phase 2.
An Athens County Grand Jury indicted a man on Monday of six separate counts of rape as well as four other crimes.
There were 13 new coronavirus cases reported in Athens County last week as Ohio University started its Fall Semester.
A man was arrested by the Columbus Police Department on Friday for the alleged rape of a 13- year-old girl at the Ohio University Inn.
About 75% of cases in the county are people who are under 30.
The Athens County Prosector’s office announced Wednesday that all current and former students connected to Collin Wiant’s death have appeared before the Athens County Common Pleas Court.
Athens County has only reported seven new cases of COVID-19 since Aug. 16, continuing with the trend of declining new cases since a peak in early July. As of Aug. 22, Athens County has reported 372 COVID-19 cases, 21 hospitalizations and two deaths.
Ohio University Dean of Students Jenny Hall-Jones sent a letter to students in Greek life and other student organizations about complaints the university has received about students not following COVID-19 guidelines.
The Ohio University Alumni Association announced Thursday the 2020 Homecoming Week will be held online to help reduce density on campus and combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Ohio University decided not to rescind admission for two incoming students who were seen in online videos using “racial slurs and derogatory stereotypes.”
Athens County is currently a level three, and approaching four, on Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System for COVID-19 after nearly 150 new cases have been found in two weeks.