Every year, Amazon awards 15 small businesses a cash grant, and one Athens-founded business was the only Ohio applicant to win.
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The Ridges Development Strategy is a vision to carry out the 2015 Ridges Framework Plan to preserve and develop buildings for a more purposeful alternative.
Kathy Hecht ran unopposed for the city auditor position, gaining 3,624 votes. She has held the position for 20 years. The city auditor is responsible for supervising the Income Tax Department, overseeing payroll, accounts payable, and fixed assets, and estimating and reviewing the revenue that each source will generate throughout the year.
Josh Thomas ran as a write-in for Athens City Treasurer, winning with 331 votes after being appointed treasurer two years ago. “I'm basically up for reelection because I was appointed into the position,” Thomas said. “Instead of actually just having a four-year term, if you're appointed into a position like that, you have to kind of run in the next general election.”
Lisa Eliason ran unopposed for the law director position, gaining 3,581 votes. She has held the position in Athens for the past eight years.
Daylight savings time ended on Nov. 5, making many college students prepare for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD, or seasonal depression, typically occurs when days become shorter and climates become colder. With the sun setting at 5 p.m. and most classes ending around that time, people assume that their day is pretty much over. But how does one get ahead of seasonal depression?
When Lori Stewart Gonzalez, 23rd president of Ohio University, was welcomed at her Presidential Inauguration Wednesday, Oct. 18, she announced a new scholarship for students living in Athens, Hocking, Meigs, Morgan, Perry, Vinton and Washington Counties.
Ohio University Athletics has welcomed a new and creative way to create a more sustainable campus through Green Games.
Halloween weekend, underage students will dress in their best costumes, hoping to add the appearance of maturity in age, in eager anticipation of joining the festivities at parties or bars.
Upon coming to college, many retired high school athletes find a home in club sports, a lively middle ground between recruited collegiate sports and casual intermural games. Funded by the competitive sports office at Ohio University and team dues, club sports offer a continuation of school sports for enthusiastic student-athletes.
Business operation times change for most businesses and the day starts a lot earlier compared to a normal Saturday. Paula Marsh, front-of-house manager of Jackie O’s, said that goes for them as well and they will open at noon instead of four on Saturday to accommodate for more business.
Snag branding has been spotted all over Ohio University’s campus at parties, on the street, on social media, on hats and on scooters delivering to students.
Around midnight Sept. 26, Ohio University Police Department responded to a car crash at Bromley Hall, located at 35 S. Congress St.
The White House held a press briefing Monday to discuss President Joe Biden and his administration’s updates on student loan forgiveness, climate change and mental health.
Ohio University received a call that required students on the basement floor of Copeland Hall to evacuate Tuesday afternoon.
Court Street welcomed a new restaurant this fall, Parks Place, located at 5 N. Court St., occupying the space FRY’D, a former Athens french fry restaurant, vacated last year.
On the first day of classes, Aug. 28, a line of hungry underclassmen formed outside of Ohio University's newest dining option, Earl’s Coop, located at the corner of Shively Hall on East Green.
As students wave goodbye to campus for the summer, Court Street business owners gear up for the vast decrease in customers.
Canvas was announced as Ohio University’s next learning management system, or LMS, on April 27, replacing Blackboard after more than 20 years, according to a previous Post report.
Ohio University hosted the second of two town hall meetings Friday to discuss the Ridges Development Strategy and how feedback from the attendees of the first town hall has been implemented into the plans for the Ridges.