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The Athens Police Department arrested a Guysville man who was impersonating an Athens County Sheriff’s deputy and armed with a BB gun at the Athens Walmart on Tuesday afternoon.
Us, Today — a Cincinnati-based instrumental band with two members who are Ohio University alumni — will return to Casa Nueva on Friday. The show starts at 10 p.m. and costs $5 to attend.
Thirty-five percent of Asian Americans say they have personally experienced insensitive or offensive comments because of their race or ethnicity.
Nathan Rourke hasn’t changed a thing.
This is the fifth in a series of previews, which will cover nine Ohio position groups ahead of the 2018 season. The Bobcats start the season Sept. 1 at Peden Stadium against Howard. For more, check The Post in the coming weeks.
The Post's sports editor Spencer Holbrook spoke with Howard Sports Information Director Derek Bryant over the phone to find out more about the Bison, who will travel to Athens for a matchup with Ohio on Saturday.
Campus and city police reported 53 citations and arrests during the weekend while festivities rang in the new school year throughout Ohio University’s campus and the city of Athens.
Earth survived a “potentially hazardous” asteroid this morning; 53 people were arrested during welcome weekend
The Athens Harvest Festival and Bluegrass Jamboree will take place at Lake Snowden this weekend for the third time.
Student Senate will start the new academic year off by introducing new members and explaining expectations and formalities at its meeting on Wednesday.
Award-winning Nigerian-American sci-fi author Nnedi Okorafor will release a comic book centered around Shuri from Black Panther in October.
Open OHIO intends to provide a place for face-to-face communication among people who don’t normally converse with one another.
Jeffrey T. Moorhead, an Ohio State Highway Patrol officer of Jackson, was accused on Monday of threatening an inmate in the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail.
Ohio University spends about $4,600 each year maintaining its emergency phones on campus, according to a university spokesperson. But police say they can’t remember them ever being used in an emergency or crime in progress.
There’s a certain feeling associated with finishing the last line of a book. For many readers, the feeling can be cathartic and satisfying. But, if you’re a book lover and a music lover, there always seems to be something missing on the last page. In the music lover’s case– a theme song.
With graduation upon many of us, there are a few different bucket lists everyone is making: places to go, food to eat and drinks to try. Make sure to try these staple Athens drinks before heading to the real world where drinks are much more expensive:
R. Basil Rutter Field will have a football game played on it this Friday, but it will not feature the Athens Bulldogs.
The Mid-American Conference held its first conference call of the 2018 season Monday morning. The conference enters its 72nd season with one game slated for Thursday, two on Friday and nine on Saturday.