A student was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication… and being annoying.
The White House held a press briefing on Monday to discuss President Joe Biden and his administration’s updates on student loan forgiveness, climate change and mental health.
ORYZA Asian Grill opened in mid-May and struggled to make revenue without students; however, since welcoming students back on campus in August, sales have been increasing for the third Asian cuisine restaurant along Court Street.
Local law enforcement and staff have many methods of being prepared in the circumstance of an active shooter.
Park’s Place is a casual dining establishment that offers late-night to-go and sit-down meals. Its owner Josh Vernon, said he decided to expand the restaurant out of Amesville and open doors to Ohio University students and Athens residents.
In Parking Lot 53, a car had been damaged by a large tree branch.
A woman reported that two of her vehicles had vulgar words spray-painted on them.
In the midst of being surrounded by boutiques, lively cafes, restaurants, shops and a diverse range of entertainment lies a vibrant atmosphere with a challenge that resonates and tests the patience of many residents and visitors: the troubles of parking on Court Street.
Athens City Council met in committees Monday to discuss a customer agreement between Athens and the Le-Ax Water Filtration Plant.
Student Senate’s final meeting saw the passing of a $50 semesterly fire fee bill set to be implemented in the spring 2024 semester at the earliest.
In the past, many students have been arrested during fest season for public urination but in the past two years there has only been one arrest made.
A woman was arrested earlier this week for driving under the influence.
Athens City Council met in committees Monday to assess trash service rate contracts.
Local law enforcement agencies say charging for the possession of marijuana ranks low on a list of their respective departments’ priorities; however, it is still illegal on Ohio University’s campus.
Buddy's Lounge has increased in popularity as it strives to create a welcoming environment for people to hang out and purchase THC, HHC and CBD products that are compliant with the 2018 Federal Farm Bill.