Streets will remain open, and no activities, bandstands or vendors will be scheduled.
Allison Russo, congressional candidate for Ohio’s 15th district special election, spoke to labor leaders and college students in Athens on Sunday.
Districts in Athens County are using federal ESSER funding in order to help their students who have fallen behind academically during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announces new 'Vax-to-School' COVID-19 vaccine incentive program for individuals 12 to 25 years of ageBy Anna Millar | Sep. 23
Five $100,000 and 50 $10,000 scholarships will be offered through the program and must go towards furthering education.
Both vaccinated and unvaccinated OU students have been testing positive for COVID-19.
Parklets will return May 1, 2022.
The Cinema did not stipulate whether physical or photo proof of vaccination is required.
City Council: Athens Mayor Steve Patterson proclaims Sept. 20 start of National Clean Energy Week in AthensBy Kate Anderson | Sep. 20
Athens City Council also discussed a new medical marijuana dispensary in the city.
Harvest of Athens recently held a soft opening on Sept. 15.
There is no danger to the public, according to a news release from the City of Nelsonville.
John Murphy, co-owner of the “Field of Screams,” said he’s expecting more than 10,000 customers this fall.
The dispensary, which will hold its grand opening Sept. 20, held a soft opening Wednesday.
The renovation of the two businesses is set to be finished sometime within the month.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of rocks being thrown through a woman’s window.
Health officials discuss importance of asymptomatic testing for vaccinated individuals amid rising casesBy Lydia Colvin | Sep. 14
Estimates of breakthrough cases on campus are being gathered through asymptomatic testing on campus.
The Athens City-County Health Department will resume its daily Monday through Friday COVID-19 briefings.
Service Safety Director Andrew Stone recommended waiting until closer to Oct. 1 to make a final decision regarding the allowance of Halloween festivities.
Deputies responded to a vehicle stuck on railroad tracks.