Candidates running for the eighth District seat of the Ohio Board of Education told a group of about a dozen citizens there was a "disconnect" between state education standards and the realities that students and schools face.
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Update: The story has been updated to show that the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted
Heroin laced with carfentanil, a synthetic opioid that has contributed to an alarming rise in overdoses across Ohio, has made an appearance in the Athens area.
The start of a new semester signals the returning flood of students, parties, a busier Court Street and increasingly, chlamydia.
Sarah Grace, the Democratic candidate for Ohio's 94th District, said Wednesday afternoon she would continue the work of current Rep. Debbie Phillips, D-Albany, if she were elected to the state legislature. That work will include injection well regulation and water supplies protection.
Hillary Clinton’s Ohio campaign has opened a field office in Athens in coordination with local Democrats.
Despite an increase in confirmed Zika cases and growing attention on the virus, Ohio University will continue study abroad programs to affected areas.
As families rolled into town this weekend with vehicles stuffed with suitcases and new college students, volunteers in green shirts waited to greet them with a helping hand.
Students hanging signs for Welcome Weekend forced to remove them from houses, President McDavis expressed his disappointment
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The student, Chi Coppinger, has been living in the home she built herself for nearly nine months.
Members of the Greek community said at a panel Tuesday that several factors led to the cancellation of some Greek Week events.
Changes in alcohol policy and lack of shuttles have county officials uncertain of what to expect for this year's Number Fest.
Yost shared his opinions on presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders while at the event.
STEM professionals draw on successful careers to offer wisdom.
Two different groups are vying to get their amendments on the Ohio ballot this year.
Local health officials have been monitoring issues brought on by sharing needles.
University IDs will soon allow all students, faculty, staff to travel on Athens Public Transit buses for free
Ohio University will shell out about $80,000 for the transportation partnership with the city.
Airbnbs have been a subject of debate since last year, provoking a myriad of responses.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich gained 66 delegates in Ohio.