The Ohio University Police Department reported Monday a kidnapping and rape that occurred over the weekend.
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Aaron Freund, a student at Ohio University, died Sunday.
Construction and renovation projects will continue for The Ridges during Fall Semester.
Student Senate will start the new academic year off by introducing new members and explaining expectations and formalities at its meeting on Wednesday.
As summer winds down and the school year begins, here's a look back on some of the fun things that happened during the month of August:
OU received awards and named new staff members.
A joint motion was made to dismiss all of the claims made against Andrew Escobedo, a former Ohio University English professor, with prejudice last Friday.
It’s possible to run your errands quickly. But if you do them too quickly, you could be mistaken for trying to rob a bank.
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Eileen M. Sheil was appointed as a member of the Ohio University Board of Trustees by Gov. John Kasich on Thursday.
The City of Athens Public Water System is launching a $6 million effort to make improvements to the water treatment plant.
People had trouble finding bathrooms over the holiday season in Athens.
Health Recovery Services, a private nonprofit corporation that focuses on helping those affected by mental illness and issues with alcohol, tobacco and drug addiction in Athens, now has a new form of treatment for patients dealing with drug withdrawal.
Live Healthy Appalachia offers a variety of programs to teach people how to live a healthier life.
Sorority life got less pretty for Alpha Gamma Delta members on Saturday.
Residents of a West Washington Street apartment found themselves in a crappy situation.
OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital is now offering additional training to nurses about collecting evidence from patients after a sexual assault.
Ohio Athletics will receive more than $20,000 its first season of beer sales at Peden Stadium for the 2017 football season.