The heavy wooden doors of The Crystal’s purple-panel and blue-tile facade hid a secret for three years before it was shut down last April — it owed the state almost $40,000 in corporate franchise taxes and was ordered to shut down until the debt was paid.
The 21st-birthday countdown starts months in advance.
The outline of his hand still visible across her cheek, the distraught Ohio University senior recounted her boyfriend’s attack at a North McKinley Avenue apartment last February.
Editor’s Note: To protect identities, some sources are first-name only.
The Athens City Council Chambers were nearly full with citizens concerned about the addition of fluoride to Athens drinking water and the newfound rights corporations have gained with a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Canines across Athens County are howling at their owners to purchase a dog license that will keep them safe — and area dog owners are listening.
As Stephen Colbert transferred his super political action committee to Jon Stewart Thursday, a local politician was planning his fight to end corporations’ ability to donate unlimited funds to election campaigns.
UPDATE: Fellow county commissioner fears Sullivan's domestic violence incident could hurt re-election chancesBy Alex Stuckey | Jan. 10, 2012
Athens County Commissioner Mark Sullivan, 52, pleaded not guilty to one count of domestic violence this morning in Athens County Municipal Court.
The discussion of Nelsonville City Council’s first meeting in the new year quickly turned trashy. The majority of the meeting was spent reviewing the local plan for trash removal for 2012, which was first read at council last night.
A recent advancement in stroke treatment is sending neurologists throughout Ohio to the bedsides of stroke patients at O’Bleness Memorial Hospital.