Author Mandy Berman talks about her book Perennials and teaching at Ohio University.
Anyone can join the organization to promote responsible gun ownership.
Athens MakerSpace will hold a scrap metal art workshop this fall.
Athens Community Center and Friendly Paws Pet Supplies will host a dog swim for charity at the Athens City Pool.
With a negative stigma around dieting, people should focus more on their lifestyles.
The 21st annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival took place this weekend at Lake Snowden.
United Campus Ministry sponsors this event.
Cycle Path Bicycles reopened in late August after an explosion caused them to be closed for almost a year and a half.
The pawpaw festival will be a weekend filled with pawpaw-filled foods, musical entertainment and local arts and crafts.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend.
Professors Berkely Franz and Daniel Skinner collect human stories in their book, ‘Not Far From Me.’
The performance marks the first Waves party at The Union.
September is world suicide prevention month. Here are several student organizations and resources on campus to look into.
Set for a historic year, the Marching 110 has its first female field commander and will be taking a trip to Japan.
The Athena Cinema will screen the sponsored event, “Paris is Burning,” on Tuesday.
Waka Flocka Flame returned to OU on Saturday to deliver an intimate performance.
40 years later, Athens Community Music School’s dedication to teaching young musicians is recognized by the Athens residents and students alike.
There are several talented Athens-based bands that have broad genres and know how to have fun while performing, but here are just a few.
Experts say 4.2 million years of life would be saved if the age for tobacco sales was raised to 21 across the United States.
The Survivor Advocacy Program, Career and Leadership Development Center and the Allen Center are just scratching the surface.