The restaurant is adapting to COVID-19 with QR codes for menus and more.
The Nutrition Treatment program will provide free telehealth nutrition counseling to OU faculty, staff and students.
The Athens Farmers Market creates its originality with the help of its committed vendors who give their time and effort to forge a sense of togetherness in Athens.
Athens First Methodist Church is offering a Monday luncheon to the community.
Live Healthy Appalachia works toward a healthy and nourishing lifestyle through different types of programs and classes.
Families who can’t make it to ACFP’s typical location now have a chance to pick up food closer to their homes.
The Athens Farmers Market creates a COVID-19 friendly environment to sell local foods, like baked goods, produce, meats and more. All sales are home grown by people of Athens.
If you or someone you know is struggling with body image or eating concerns, contact NEDA’s toll-free, confidential Helpline.
Gift giving may look different for many this year.
With donation from Jackie O's, Athens Mount Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society honors the past while looking toward the future.
Local Cottage Food Operations have felt both the good and the bad over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The opening of The North End is highly anticipated among students and diners.
A look at how Ohio University’s environmental impact has changed due to the pandemic.
El Camino continues to provide Athens with authentic food and cheerful service amid COVID-19.
Fisher owns the restaurant with his wife, Aysha.
As interest grows in plant-based diets, people are seeing more benefits.
Live Healthy Appalachia and the Esselstyn family are teaming up to educate people on plant-based diets.
McFadden talks about how COVID-19 has impacted business.
Here’s some fun events to check out this weekend.
Some are even starting a “kombucha delivery service.”