Councilman Patrick McGee said that he will not be seeking re-election, but the city council does hard work and is deserving of a 2 percent increase starting in 2019.
The Finance and Personnel Committee will discuss an agreement concerning wages and working conditions.
Republican Gov. John Kasich vetoed a similar bill last year.
The Post obtained the 911 call reporting a recent student death.
Agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit have arrested more than 900 people in the past five years.
Also, a woman reported that clothing, dish towels, frozen beef and ‘Star Wars’ collectables were stolen from her while she was on vacation.
City Council members discuss increase in fees along with Licensure and Land Use Agreement with Ohio University and mobile vending.
The Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Population Health found the number of people who are affected by the opioid epidemic has increased by 5,000 percent since 2010.
The committee will create three hubs made up of faculty, students, staff and community members.
City Council will meet Monday night at 7 p.m. in the city building.
About 50 Athens residents and Ohio University students braved the cold to show support for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
About 45 boxes were installed in 2015 and designed by Passion Works.
Priest charged with sexual battery may have groomed minor, not been appropriately punished by Steubenville diocese
Henry Christopher Foxhoven, 45, of Glouster, was suspended from the ministry on Oct. 27 and charged with eight counts of sexual battery Oct. 30.
The coffee shop opened in March.
Hosts Maddie Capron and George Shillcock break down the results and share their initial reactions.
OUPD responded after a student was yelling and screaming then found unresponsive after smoking marijuana.
Democrat incumbent Sherrod Brown won the Senate race, beating challenger Jim Renacci 52.72 percent to 47.28 percent (with 94.35 percent of precincts reporting in Ohio).
The Republican Ohio Attorney General defeated opponent Richard Cordray to become Ohio’s next governor.
Yost took about 53 percent of the vote.
Jay Edwards won the race for State Representative of the 94th District, beating Democrat Taylor Sappington 58.29%-41.71% with 98% of precincts reporting in Ohio.