“It's sad I won’t be able to come back and feel nostalgic about (West Elementary School’s) building,” Great Hibbard, a sophomore studying math and physics, wrote in an email.
The race for Ohio’s 94th District House of Representatives seat between Tanya Conrath and Jay Edwards has involved controversy since Conrath decided to run in August.
Items were missing from a dorm room in Wray House
The Planning and Development Committee said mutual aid would go to the sheriff’s office in order to be used for a special response and tactics unit.
On Oct. 6, the City of Athens announced Lacey Rogers as the city’s first diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) training coordinator.
Law enforcement located the vehicle and assisted in redirecting the motorist in a safe manner. Units returned to patrol.
The body passed two ordinances, one to allow the Dairy Barn Arts Center to place a new sign in the city’s right-of-way and another to amend appropriations to the water fund.
The university and health officials are working to keep students, faculty and staff healthy by encouraging everyone to get their flu shots and COVID-19 boosters.
Man flees from Hocking College Police Department.
The solar project will offset 1,834 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually and 55,020 metric tons of carbon dioxide over its 30-year design life.
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.