A woman was arrested earlier this week for driving under the influence.
Athens City Council met in committees Monday to assess trash service rate contracts.
Local law enforcement agencies say charging for the possession of marijuana ranks low on a list of their respective departments’ priorities; however, it is still illegal on Ohio University’s campus.
Buddy's Lounge has increased in popularity as it strives to create a welcoming environment for people to hang out and purchase THC, HHC and CBD products that are compliant with the 2018 Federal Farm Bill.
People were found traveling on foot from Florida and were given a ride by deputies to the Athens bus station.
Athens City Council met on Monday to discuss an ordinance allowing the mayor to pay the 2023 recreation fee to the Outdoor Recreation Council of Appalachia and an ordinance amending the staffing levels for the fire department.
The person missing on the trailhead was assisted by the Chauncey Fire Department and Wayne National Forest employees.
The ACSO assisted NPD to break up a bar fight at the Ice House Tavern.
The 50th annual Athens International Film and Video Festival will take place April 10-16, showcasing an array of experimental films to unrepresented artists on a global level.
A Jacksonville resident’s stolen vehicle was found crashed by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
The second of two town halls went over the feedback received from the OU and Athens community regarding the refurbishment of the Ridges at the first town hall.
After a rainy beginning to Fest Season at Ohio University, students were eager to hit Mill Street early Saturday morning to enjoy the festivities and the sun.
The bill, if it had passed, would have allowed Senate to present the fire fee legislation to the Ohio University Board of Trustees for review.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office assisted a semi-truck which was stuck on railroad tracks in Millfield.
Mayor Steve Patterson said that the city has a plan in the event that a train derailment occurs in Athens.
In July, Gena Hendrickson and Erica Williams created a group for mothers who have children with Down syndrome to share their experiences.
OU invited students, faculty and staff alongside members of the Athens and regional campus communities to hear from presidential candidate finalists at open forums in March.