The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Roy Avenue in The Plains, regarding a woman’s car being broken into. When deputies arrived on the scene, the woman said her car window was broken and a few items were stolen.
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The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have brought forth increased concerns — especially for students — about whether their degree is worth the price they are paying for online courses.
Athens City School District, or ACSD, announced Monday schools will be closed until Sept. 7 due to lack of transportation.
Alden Library has fully reopened after operating during limited hours due to the pandemic this summer.
From family drama to ants in the mail, here's a recap of some of the more interesting police dispatches from the summer.
Allison Russo, Mike Carey emerge as primary winners in Ohio's 15th Congressional District special election primaries
Editor’s Note: This story will be updated as more election information becomes available.
Ohio University alumna and current Athens resident Iris Virjee announced plans to focus on local issues by running for an at-large seat on Athens City Council after being encouraged by fellow candidate Damon Krane.
A proposed amendment to ban source of income discrimination within housing was brought to the Athens City Council committee meeting on April 12 by Councilwoman Arian Smedley, D-1st Ward.
City Council: Body passes ordinance to transfer funds, discusses adding source of income discrimination to Athens City code
Athens City Council met Monday evening to pass a number of ordinances and authorize several financial transfers between funds.
Ohio University Faculty Senate heard presentations from OU President Duane Nellis and Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs regarding plans for Fall Semester and a resolution designed to alleviate scheduling issues with regional campuses during its meeting Monday night.
Police Blotter: Trucks do donuts outside Marathon; individuals reported to look in residential window
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received an alarm report from Fruth's Pharmacy on United Lane. When deputies arrived, they discovered it was a false alarm.
Police Blotter: Semi trailer gets stuck on private property; woman drives away without paying for gasoline
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Kimberley Road on Monday in regard to a parking problem. The caller said an unknown vehicle was parked at the end of her driveway.
Former mayoral candidate Damon Krane announced April 8 he will be running for an at-large seat on Athens City Council, making him the most recent candidate to announce his intention to run.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a trespassing complaint at Scatter Ridge. When deputies arrived, they searched the area and located a man matching the suspect description walking in Strouds Run Park.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a suspicious persons report in the Carbondale area. The caller said there were individuals walking around with flashlights in the area.
Police Blotter: Trespasser claims to be God protecting planet from 'Nazi cows'; woman told not to shoot trespassers with paintball gun
Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a request for tow tags to be placed on two abandoned vehicles. Deputies placed four-hour tags on each vehicle upon arrival. The owner of the property was told that when four hours had elapsed, he could call a tow company to pick up the vehicles.
The League of Women Voters of Athens County hosted a virtual forum Tuesday evening between City Council candidates Alan Swank and Chris Fahl.