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Audit precedes license transfer

When East State Street Kroger shoppers walk through aisles seven and eight Wednesday, they won’t find loaves of bread. Instead, the shelves will be stocked with high-proof liquor. 


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City debates benefit of armory updates

About 30 people gathered at the City Building, 8 E. Washington St., yesterday to discuss potential renovation plans to the armory on Carpenter Street despite the lack of city funds to renovate the building.



State of the State: 'Big changes' on horizon

State of the State: 'Big changes' on horizon

COLUMBUS — Amid pro-labor protests yesterday, Gov. John Kasich said in his first State of the State address that big changes are ahead for Ohio and that lawmakers should not be scared off by the conflict that will arise from shaking things up.


Robber takes plea agreement

Robber takes plea agreement

A 24-year-old man who took a plea agreement after robbing a man at gunpoint was sentenced to more than two years in prison yesterday.


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Programs keep track of elderly

Attempting to avoid incidences like the January disappearance of Denzle Stanley, an 84-year-old Albany resident, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office and the Area Agency on Aging are promoting their programs Take Me Home and Project Lifesaver.


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Passed bill limits worker rights

COLUMBUS — The bargaining rights of public workers in Ohio would be dramatically reduced and strikes would be banned under a bill narrowly passed by the Ohio Senate yesterday.


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