Religious organizations in Athens have become inventive in new methods of practice.
Steps like social distancing and hand-washing aren’t just to protect yourself, but also those around you.
OU students around the world are coming together to stop the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing.
The club is led by students and focuses on helping its members better understand where their major can take them through informative, social and volunteer-based efforts.
Fest Season canceled while commencement for spring has been canceled.
Rags 2 Wrenches is for car lovers to mingle and show off their cars with other fellow car lovers.
The bar has been open for 27 years and remains a long time Athens staple.
The Gathering Place showcases art of all kinds made by its members.
Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities to host March on Court Street for Disability Awareness
ABCDD will host its third annual March on Court Street on Friday.
The Athens Farmers Market’s Farmer for a Day program allows for a hands-on learning experience.
The training will be Wednesday for two hours in Baker Center.
Meet Bill Beamish, a first-time comic for Blue Pencil Comedy.
A meeting was held on Sunday to determine the future of Athens Makerspace.
The first day of March is national Self Harm Awareness Day.
This year’s census will be like none other before.
The team consists of 11 members who each perform specific gymnastic events in competitions throughout the year.
The show is a part of the 2019-2020 Performing Arts and Concert Series.
The River Road Rabbit Rescue cares for abandoned rabbit and offers adoption opportunities.
The Performing Arts and Concert Series will host Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure.