City Council: Athens discusses creation of mental health emergency response team; urgent repairs needed to fire department
The mental health emergency response team is meant to aid in crises where law enforcement can not, as well as prevent personal injury to the individual.
Student business owners turn hobbies into side hustles while excelling in school.
The store carries art from local artists in addition to tarot cards, incense and more.
The Post created a business guide to help navigate services and closures in Athens.
Businesses in Athens have struggled financially throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but increases in vaccinations and decreases in restrictions are providing them with hope for a normal summer.
The Lam’s family will be remembered by Athens community for the 40 years of service.
While the university gained from OU’s achievements, it also spent more than $17,000 on advertising.
Bill meant to dissolve businesses' COVID-19 health violations introduced to Ohio House of Representatives
Some locals view the bill as positive thing for Athens businesses and the community.
An increase of students on campus and the removal of curfews has increased business for local restaurants.
The bar had little social distancing and mask wearing as patrons celebrated the win.
The small Ohio chain is bringing its popular BLT pizza and more to East State Street.
Up to $200 a month for food expenses is available to students.
After struggling through COVID-19, Firdous Express finds its place in Athens.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced the Ohio curfew will not be extended due to falling coronavirus hospitalizations.
The federal minimum wage has not changed in 12 years.
Stores like Little Professor Book Center and the College Book Store are learning how to operate during a largely virtual semester.
COVID-19 forced the restaurant to stay unopened until about four weeks ago.
Anything you can imagine putting on fries, FRY’D probably has.
Owner Bob Satmary is eager to open up to the public again.