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With this year’s ninth annual Ohio Brew Week just getting started, Athens restaurants, hotels and pubs are ready to welcome in brewers and beer drinkers for an even bigger blowout than ever before.
Classified federal surveillance programs unveiled last week have sparked a national debate about privacy in the United States and whether the government has gone too far by broadly collecting data.
The Athens Police Department was typing up police reports on a typewriter as recently as 1990 and didn’t have Internet access until the turn of the millennium.
Jordan McDonnell was eight years old the first time he heard the sound of the birds singing outside his window.
A new food option is gaining popularity in the Uptown Athens dining scene, offering a healthful alternative for meat lovers and vegetarians alike.
During this year’s Mill Fest, Ohio University moms might be among the partiers playing beer pong on porches.
Last weekend marked the end of a month-long fundraiser organized by Donkey Coffee and Espresso and Rural Action to help provide fresh, local food to those in need.
Theft is the most common crime to occur at Ohio University and the second largest offense in Athens, but students and residents continue to keep their belongings unattended, doors unlocked and guards down.
Local businesses benefitted from increased shopping and spending by students during the holiday season with Ohio University in session after Thanksgiving break for the first time in decades.
Although the city of Athens is illuminated with Christmas lights every December, the recent switch from quarters to semesters at Ohio University will allow students to watch the town transform into a winter wonderland right before their eyes.
Check out a video of John Hutchison's horses in action here.
The votes stacked up for Athens County’s newest treasurer, Bill Bias, after a landslide victory over his Libertarian opponent.
As the race for Athens County treasurer winds down, Libertarian Abe Alassaf and Democrat Bill Bias will focus on last-ditch efforts to gather votes on campus.
Equipped with leather gloves and an empty Folgers coffee can, Chad Keller travels across Ohio University capturing nocturnal critters that creep into buildings.
Two former Ohio University chefs will bid goodbye to the bakery and heat up the hearth as they collaborate to reopen the Lake Hope State Park Dining Lodge in Vinton County six years after the restaurant went down in flames.
Before the Tropical Tanning Salon was closed off to staff and patrons in April, it was open for months without a license from the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology.
Construction on North Court Street has paved the way for temporary changes in the city’s pedestrian and traffic pathways, but the building blocks of the city’s streets will remain the same for years to come.
Like many of Athens’ businesses, local law enforcement reported that the summer was slow, featuring different types of crimes than when school is in session.
HYDE PARK, ENGLAND – Despite the slew of sporting events taking place Saturday, hundreds of spectators trickled into Green Park to catch a glimpse of 56 athletes racing neck-in-neck along a 31-mile course — and walking to the finish line.