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Careful which dog you pet
In July, Athens County residents Gena Hendrickson and Erica Williams, in coordination with the Down syndrome Association of Central Ohio, created a local MOMS Offering Moms Support, or M.O.M.S., a support group for mothers of children who have Down Syndrome.
Keep an eye on your stuff
The chair of the Ohio University Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committee announced the three finalists following OU’s presidential search on Monday morning.
Katie Millard, The Post's current Culture editor, was chosen by The Post Publishing Board on Friday to be the publication's editor-in-chief for the 2023-24 academic year.
Be Nice to Your Pets
The Ohio University Police Department reported Wednesday that an act of public indecency took place on Jefferson Hill on Monday.
Ohio University’s Student Alumni Board will be hosting a series about diversity in the workplace beginning in February.
Around 6:30 p.m. Thursday, the Ohio University Police Department sent a university-wide email detailing an alleged sexual assault on campus
That’s not a crime, is it?
Ohio University graduate student senate met on Tuesday to hear a presentation regarding OU’s Study Space Task Force and discuss their search for a new president.
The Ohio University Police Department released a crime alert around 6 p.m. Tuesday after receiving an anonymous report of an alleged assault.
Local animal shelters and rescues continue to receive a consistent, but high, number of animals in need of their care.
On Friday, the Ohio University Police Department received a report of a sexual offense. The report was taken at O’Bleness Hospital, where an anonymous SANE kit was collected, according to the report.
On Sunday, a sexual harassment incident was reported to the Ohio University Police Department.
Who Let the Dogs Out?
Following the Midterm Elections, which took place on Nov. 8, multiple incumbents in state and county races emerged victorious, according to unofficial election results provided by the Athens County Board of Elections and the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.