OU’s student organizations plan for the future, reflect on their struggles from the online environment
Police Blotter: Semi trailer gets stuck on private property; woman drives away without paying for gasoline
City Council: Body passes ordinance to transfer funds, discusses adding source of income discrimination to Athens City code
Council also passed a resolution thanking former Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter for her service to the city.
The lawsuit was officially dropped April 29.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis will be stepping down effective June 30 and is looking forward to getting back into the classroom.
The announcement comes after the FDA and CDC approved the Pfizer vaccine for the age range.
Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter has accepted a position in Sen. Sherrod Brown’s office and will be leaving Council immediately.
The change follows decreasing COVID-19 cases and increasing vaccinations.
The store carries art from local artists in addition to tarot cards, incense and more.
Sarah Ladipo will begin her two-year term on May 14.
City Council candidate Alan Swank thanked his treasurer, his wife and his supporters after being elected.
Ohio University’s Faculty Senate discussed plans for fall 2021 and passed a resolution that will ease scheduling issues within regional campuses.
Ohio University was also approved as a Bee Campus USA affiliate.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson expressed concerns about the future of the district boundary.
Four separate commencement ceremonies were held in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Athens residents remain hopeful for improved internet access.
Viewers will be able to submit feedback through an online survey after attending the forum(s).
Sara Helfrich is the current senior associate dean for research and graduate students in the Patton College of Education.
Police Blotter: Trucks do donuts outside Marathon; individuals reported to look in residential window
Two trucks were reported to be doing donuts in the Washington Road Marathon parking lot.
Both fall and spring graduates are invited Labor Day weekend to attend OU’s first home football game as well.
Councilmember Chris Fahl said the bill could have dire effects on the city’s income.
After failing to negotiate a curve, a Nelsonville woman crashed her car into the ARTS/West building at 50 mph.