More than 210 people participated in Bobcathon and raised a total of $100,000 during Ohio University’s 12-hour dance marathon, which raises money for the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio.
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The Ohio University Police Department dispatched officers to the lobby of Bromley Hall on Feb. 8 for a report of an intoxicated female.
With Starbucks coming to 16 W. Union St. in summer 2018, local coffee shops are buckling down to keep their current customers from switching to name brand coffee.
Cheyenne Price was passing the bottom of Baker Center at about 9 p.m. on Jan. 23 when she was stopped by a man.
The Ohio University Police Department responded to a call Jan. 26 about an intoxicated man outside Voigt Hall. The man was found laying on the ground with an injury and was unable to walk without assistance.
Siblings came to campus for Sibs Weekend to experience their first tastes of college life. This year, though, none left campus in handcuffs after a night of drinking.
The Athens Police Department didn't receive funding for several budget requests this year, but officials will still consider funding body cameras.
For some people, the Wi-Fi password is worth throwing punches over.
A year into Donald Trump’s presidency, experts say college students may be more politically active.
Corner on Union, 120 W. Union St., is Athens' newest fine dining restaurant.
“I am a nasty women,” Kerri Shaw said in a crowded basement filled with a crowd of about 200 women, men and children.
While some people put on more clothing to deal with the cold temperatures, others are reportedly wearing less.
The 3-2 vote Dec. 14 led the Federal Communications Commission to repeal Net Neutrality.
Two of Athens’ favorite food places saw some changes over break.
Monday’s Faculty Senate meeting consisted mainly of talk surrounding Ohio University’s budget.
For many Ohio University students who live on campus, fire alarms are a regular occurrence.
Paul Mass may have limited teaching experience, but he has great experience in his field.
Kelly Sabaiduc’s father was a police officer, but he often told her and her sister to become doctors.
“It’s Santa time. Move down the street a little bit,” a man said to the group gathered on the steps of the Athens County Courthouse.
James Marcinko, who came from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Police, was sworn into the Ohio University Police Department on Oct. 30.