Athens lawyer Michael Fradin filed a lawsuit last week against the owners of the Carriage Hill Apartments after a fire destroyed an apartment building Feb. 26, 2017.
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Several city councilmembers said that they were concerned with the city’s inaccurate cost estimates on projects during Monday night’s meeting.
City council members will discuss an ordinance during Monday night’s meeting that could extend the compost pilot program into June for further expansion and data gathering.
The Athens garbage fund currently has nearly a million dollars in it and helps manage several contracts concerning waste pickup, trash cans and composting.
Both the city of Athens and Ohio University are interested in using Internet of Things, or IoT, technology in order to make the campus and city run more efficiently.
Those who breastfeed on Ohio University’s main campus can turn to one of seven lactation rooms that offer a private, comfortable breastfeeding experience.
A proposed Student Senate amendment was approved by the Board of Trustees in January would allow for Student Senate to have greater autonomy.
Athens City Council members expressed their support for a resolution to oppose future federal government shutdowns during their meeting on Monday.
IHOP, 1006 East State St., has been serving Athens with success for over a month.
Athens City Council will read a resolution at Monday’s meeting opposing federal government shutdowns in an attempt to aid furloughed workers and the city of Athens.
The new Steak ‘n Shake, 741 E. State St., opens for business Wednesday.
The state-mandated credit card policy by City Council is anticipated coming in behind deadline as final details are worked out.
Jana Houser, assistant professor of meteorology at Ohio University, has found data that supports the theory tornadoes form from the ground up.
The City of Athens’ composting pilot program has elicited mixed reviews from those on City Council.
Student Senate decided Wednesday night to incorporate more online exhibits about sexual assault to reach out to regional campuses about sexual and domestic violence.
City Council discussed its new credit card policy during Tuesday night’s meeting.
After hearing from representatives of the International Student Union at last week’s meeting, council will discuss a formal ordinance to close part of East Union Street for the International Street Fair.