Ohio approves funding for housing assistance for low-income Ohioans affected by the pandemic.
Keo Rothe, a 13-year-old boy from Nelsonville, has been missing since Sunday with no cell phone.
Councilmembers discussed raising the cost of the 50 townhome units being built at University Estates from $220,000 to $240,000.
Athens County reported no new deaths this week.
The change will allow establishments to remain open for longer hours.
4 EPs will be released at the end of the semester, despite a mostly-virtual operation.
After struggling through COVID-19, Firdous Express finds its place in Athens.
Police Blotter: Man calls 911 for medical dissatisfaction; vehicle towed from Shade Community Center
A man called 911 to express his dissatisfaction with medical care he had received earlier in the day.
$13,000 is needed to install hand railing for the Richland Avenue Pedestrian Passageway.
Although the space will be growing, Bagel Street will still keep the small details and menu items its customers love.
Athens’ death toll rose to 30 as 19 new deaths were reported this week.
Two people in the 70-79 age range and three people in the 80+ age range were reported to have died from COVID-19 since Thursday.
Seven males and four females’ deaths were confirmed Wednesday due to a delay in Ohio Department of Health death data.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced the Ohio curfew will not be extended due to falling coronavirus hospitalizations.
Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs received the grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration.
The app allows Athens citizens to report city problems in real time.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and Athens has you covered during COVID-19.
Athens County is in the first group of counties to receive vaccines for educators.
For the Love of Athens allows for the people of Athens to experience through the eye of a lens. Those involved encourage people to come see the exhibit to experience a safe getaway from everyday life.