Most people worry about other people trespassing on their property, but one local man has to worry about a pig.
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Police Blotter: Drunken student nearly hits his face on Jefferson Hill steps; 'person on roof' probably just a rodent
Walking up or down Jefferson Hill is always a struggle, but it’s even worse if you fall down it.
Two Ohio University students found themselves in trouble over the weekend.
You’ve heard of petty theft, but have you ever heard of penny theft?
Sometimes, you can get too tired after a night out.
The Ohio University Police Department dealt with a few cases of mistaken identity over the weekend.
One student found himself in a bushel of trouble by Bush Hall last weekend.
Some people need to stay off the dairy weed.
I am the worst at moving on. I am that girl who even though I’m breaking your heart, I want to “still be friends.” To echo the words of my best friend, “Yeah, honey, that’ll never work.”
One student showed up for church a little early on Sunday morning.
Rolling out the green carpet might be tradition, but there was nothing traditional about the President’s Convocation for First-Year Students on Sunday.
Summer for Athens police included roommate conflicts and baby deer
In the first meeting after a month-long recess, the Athens City Council voted Monday to approve many time-sensitive ordinances regarding several road slippages, sewer repair and flood damage.
July was a busy month for the local police departments.
Cameras flashed and hands waved wildly as Ohio University’s Class of 2018 entered The Convo for the very last time.
Fun News Friday: Couple finds out their baby's gender reveal via alligator; man fakes own death to avoid paying a bet
Welcome to Friday! Baseball started this week and it was super rainy in Athens. Check out some fun news to end your week with a laugh.
Fun News Friday: Oldest-known message in a bottle found in Australia; man gets his accidental $1,600 Uber ride paid for
Despite being more than 10 days away from the Spring Equinox and spring break right around the corner, it is snowing again in Athens. Both Milliron Fest and Green Beer Day were celebrated in frigid temperatures. But hey, it’s Friday, which means it’s time again for some fun news.
Despite the gusty winds and temperatures in the mid-40s, clear skies and sunlight brought a large crowd to this year’s kickoff of fest season.
Fun News Friday: Aaron Carter releases new album; man accidentally pays more than $1,600 for an Uber
Friday is finally here, and March has arrived. With it comes the beginning of fest season in Athens, starting Friday evening with Milliron Fest. Whether you just finished midterms or see them advancing quickly on the horizon, take a short study break to read some recent fun news.