While he visited his daughter on Sept. 8, Thomas Vansteenkiste’s car disappeared from the Ohio University parking lot where it was parked.
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On Labor Day weekend in 1996, the officers that would soon become the Athens Police Department's Mounted Unit gathered on a farm for their first lesson.
This year Ohio University's Homecoming Parade will once again pass through Court Street.
It is like the start of a bad joke: A drunk guy walks into a police station.
A kidnapping attempt reported to the Athens Police Department on Aug. 25 was fabricated, according to information from the department.
“This is my favorite accessory,” James Wanke said, draping two ball pythons around his neck to free his hands.
A Columbus man accused of kidnapping was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for child endangerment by the Athens County Common Pleas Court.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office seized about 150 marijuana plants and several firearms Monday during a search of 19933 Felton Road in Stewart, Ohio.
The Athens Major Crime Unit recovered evidence of drug trafficking, including marijuana, digital scales and more than $2,500 in cash, while serving a search warrant at an Athens residence Friday morning.
Update: This article has been updated to include information that the kidnapping report was fabricated.
An Ohio University professor received an award this month for his work on a new technology — tiny devices that can detect heart disease, as well as cardiovascular complications related to diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.
The state of the university is strong, Ohio University President Roderick McDavis told assembled faculty and staff Wednesday.
The beginning of Ohio University's Fall Semester has led to an increase in people "bolting across" Court Street, Athens Mayor Steve Patterson said.
Ohio University's opening weekend brought back the familiar sights of campus life: Students moving into dorms, people hitting the bars — and a person allegedly "passed out" on the steps of MacKinnon Hall.
Two males required hospitalization this weekend due to •serious injuries they sustained during a fight at Broneys Alumni Grill, 7 W. Carpenter St.
With students gone for the summer, local law enforcement had a quiet May and June — mostly.
This summer in Athens was at times exciting and tragic, including visits from presidential candidates, a fatal shooting and the return of an Athens institution.