Athens City Council voted to amend an Athens City Code that would prevent hydraulic fracturing inside the city limits, but the “controversial” passing might result in lawsuits down the road.
After more than a year of discussion, the City of Athens’ website will see a $30,000 facelift.
While many students were partying on the sandy shores during spring break, Hocking College student Grace Wyatt was fighting for her life.
With more than 300 spaces and more than $250,000 generated in 2011, the Athens Parking Garage has been both a source of revenue and additional parking for the city.
They say her lip gloss is cool, her lip gloss is poppin’. In the words of rapper Lil’ Mama, a local makeup artist’s new line will have women loving the way they put it on so perfect.
About 70 students, residents and city officials listened to six panelists discuss the potential benefits and risks of hydraulic fracturing in the Baker University Center Theatre Tuesday night.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a possible murder-suicide that occurred Monday morning.
Ohio University students on the hunt for off-campus housing should be prepared to shell out about $100 more per month than tenants in similar Ohio college towns.
Every day — rain or shine, hot or cold — four women roam the streets of Athens, ticketing illegal parkers and bringing more than $300,000 into the city’s coffers annually.
Ohio’s 15th Congressional District GOP primary might have ended in a landslide for incumbent Rep. Steve Stivers Tuesday, but the Democratic face off was a lot less decisive.
Jeff Maiden celebrated his landslide victory over Archie Stanley, a 32-year incumbent, in fitting fashion for an incoming county engineer — cutting into a cake topped with gray icing roads and yellow construction trucks.
Months after Ohio’s redistricting process left Athens County with a new congressional representative, three men are seeking to take his seat before he can get comfortable.
With nine people competing for two seats as Athens County commissioner, Tuesday’s primary election will narrow the field to a maximum of four candidates for November’s general election.
Hoop skirts and Union soldiers dominated the Ohio University Inn’s ballroom Saturday evening.