The J Bar was issued a citation Sunday by the Ohio Investigative Unit for disorderly activity in regard to violations of COVID-19 public health guidelines.
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An Ohio University employee was placed in Coshocton County to help create and maintain opportunities for entrepreneurship following the shutdown of the area’s AEP coal plant last May.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded Tuesday to a report of a suspicious person near a business in Amesville. Upon arrival, deputies searched the area but did not find the reported person.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stop Ohio University students, Athens residents and out-of-town students from celebrating the annual Green Beer Day on Wednesday, with hundreds of students flocking to Court Street to sip some green brews.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a call Monday from a woman regarding criminal mischief. The woman said a man threw a hammer at her truck.
Not In My House
Faculty Senate: Concerns expressed about Deb Shaffer; results from Board of Trustees meeting discussed
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded Monday to an activated alarm on State Route 550 in Athens. When deputies arrived, they searched around the outside of the building. They did not find any evidence of a crime occurring.
Police Blotter: Man calls 911 for medical dissatisfaction; vehicle towed from Shade Community Center
Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a single-car crash on U.S. Route 33, near Richland Ave. Deputies searched the area but did not find the reported car or crash.
Athens resident Alan Swank is serving as Councilwoman Chris Fahl’s first primary challenger since she was elected in 2009.
A $2.2 million grant was awarded to Ohio University’s Voinovich School in January by the U.S. Economic Development Administration to help fund economic acceleration and new industry in the surrounding Appalachian region.
An improved app for the city of Athens was announced on Jan. 28 in a news release on the city website.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a call Monday regarding stolen prescription medications. The caller said she found multiple of her prescription medications missing when she returned home from her trip to Columbus that day.
Faculty Senate: Resolution asking Trustees to disregard committee report on Yusuf Kalyango’s tenure passed
Ohio University Faculty Senate discussed at length Monday the committee decision to recommend journalism professor Yusuf Kalyango have his tenure reinstated.
Two Athens incumbent City Council members announced at the beginning of January that they will not be running again in the next election.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to State Route 682 in The Plains based on a report of a suspicious car following a woman who was walking.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at a residence near Shade. The caller stated that the vehicle was videotaping the residence.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to Canaanville Road after suspicious persons were reportedly wandering around a residence.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic is persisting, there is a glimmer of hope through the COVID-19 vaccine currently in the beginning stage of distribution in Athens County.
Since the statewide lockdown began in March, the pattern of crime reports in Athens has remained similar to that of past years, despite expectations that COVID-19 measures would lead to fewer crimes.