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Because of a “deep decline” in mail volume, the U.S. Postal Service will hold a public meeting at Athens High School later this month to discuss a proposal to move Athens mail processing operations to Columbus.
A junior Ohio University student was pronounced dead at O’Bleness Memorial Hospital this morning, after Athens police responded to a call around 3:00 this morning.
On last night’s Sean Hannity Show, Ohio Gov. John Kasich made an appearance and discussed his take on the potentially positive outcomes of Senate Bill 5.
A 54-year-old man is current incarcerated in the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail for trafficking and possessing 177 total balloons of heroin.
Throughout Tuesday night and yesterday's early morning hours, Muskingum County deputies chased after 56 exotic animals that had escaped from an area preserve. The rain-soaked deputies were forced to follow one simple order amid the chaos: Shoot to kill.
With the conclusion of Nancy Bain’s 26-year career as an Athens City Councilwoman looming, the race to put a new face on the 3rd ward is on.
A Buckeye Lake, Ohio, man pleaded not guilty to possession of about 2,148 grams of marijuana this morning.
The Appalachian Ohio Group of the Sierra Club will celebrate the work of Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai Thursday with a free showing of Taking Root.
The city of Athens is asking for volunteers to join Halloween weekend safety teams.
Area residents on the fence about college will have a chance to sharpen their skills and ready themselves for academia next month thanks to a new 13-week course.
On Monday, state Senator Troy Balderson (R–94th) was named to four senate standing committees.
After hiring her children to work as interns in the auditor’s office four years ago, Athens City Auditor Kathy Hecht has agreed to pay more than $3,000 back to the city in a settlement agreement with the Ohio Ethics Commission.