The city of Athens will borrow more than $500,000 to begin the construction on the Waste Water Treatment Plant, which would make it more energy efficient.
The Associated Press
Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly announced he will be running for re-election in 2012, according to a post today on his Facebook page.
Ohio beer enthusiasts will have reason to rejoice this fall when the Pennsylvania brewery, D.G. Yuengling & Son, will begin selling its products in the Buckeye state.
About three weeks after spending time in a hospital for jumping from the second tier of her female housing unit at the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail, Sandra Inman was court ordered to be transferred to a separate institution yesterday.
While last night's Athens City Council meeting resulted in zero adopted ordinances, members read and discussed amendments to the noise ordinance as well as using grant money to fund an energy-efficiency project.
In addition to approving the purchase of a new dump truck, Athens City Council members held the first of two public hearings about how to use the next round of block grants awarded to the city.
A woman indicted in the murder of her stepdaughter entered a plea of not guilty to aggravated murder and endangering children today.
A West Union Street gas station employee reported being assaulted by a customer today.