The rally began at 2 p.m. in front of the Athens Courthouse and was held to promote abortion access.
Following the admittance of OU’s largest-ever freshman class, rental companies are predicting there will be an influx of students looking to sign housing leases earlier than students this year.
According to the OUPD report, a large landscaping boulder was displaced.
One vehicle was recovered on scene and returned to the owner. As of Sept. 22, deputies were still in search of the second vehicle.
Committees heard from the City and Safety Services Committee, who discussed additional expenses to the solid waste contract.
Union leaders and members demonstrated their desire for OU to restore nearly 100 positions lost from the cuts.
Outdoor furniture was stolen from Athens Township
On Monday, Tanya Conrath held a rally to speak with supporters about her lawsuit against Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
The chain of accidents started with a tow truck rear-ending a Chevrolet Sonic, Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Zach Tackett, said.
Council also discussed the creation of the Athens Community Improvement Corporation, an economic development tool, which would be used to improve the city.
The 24th annual Pawpaw Festival celebrated education and art while paying homage to the official fruit of Ohio.
The health department will likely not host vaccination clinics to the extent they have been over the past few years since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kristin Miller was selected by the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors to serve as chamber’s next president.
The committees also discussed a new sign for The Dairy Barn Art Center.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of loose cows.
This academic year, students can expect to see the food truck at sporting events and at its prime location at the top of Morton Hill.