City Council: Body passes ordinance to transfer funds, discusses adding source of income discrimination to Athens City code
Council also passed a resolution thanking former Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter for her service to the city.
The announcement comes after the FDA and CDC approved the Pfizer vaccine for the age range.
Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter has accepted a position in Sen. Sherrod Brown’s office and will be leaving Council immediately.
The change follows decreasing COVID-19 cases and increasing vaccinations.
Ohio University was also approved as a Bee Campus USA affiliate.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson expressed concerns about the future of the district boundary.
After failing to negotiate a curve, a Nelsonville woman crashed her car into the ARTS/West building at 50 mph.
Members of the NAACP at Ohio University gathered outside of the Athens Courthouse on Friday.
The Post created a business guide to help navigate services and closures in Athens.
Music producers are the heartbeat of music, and each of them have their own preferences when it comes to their creative processes.
Damon Krane was the most recent candidate to announce his campaign for Athens City Council, and will be focusing on many of the same issues as when he ran for mayor.
Athens City School District plans to vaccinate students in effort to get them back in the classroom for fall
Athens City Schools Superintendent Tom Gibbs plans for in-person instruction.
The Federal Communications Commission announced its Emergency Broadband Benefit program, which will aid qualifying households by providing discounts on broadband and electronic devices.
The resolution was initially introduced due to acts of hate and violence against the AAPI community and a recent email incident in the district.
Athens and Ohio University cases remain relatively low, and vaccinations are proceeding amid the Johnson & Johnson pause.
The bill would provide townships with a veto for neighboring townships’ renewable energy plans.
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.
A man who was reported for trespassing began swinging two large sticks and making threats towards deputies when they located him.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson to serve on National League of Cities’ Race, Equity and Leadership Council
Patterson was appointed for a one-year term on the council.
Two individuals got into an argument over an incident in a parking lot and continued to escalate until deputies arrived.