Continuing COVID-19 protocols on regional campuses for the spring leave students feeling confident about their safety
While Ohio University opens its main campus for all students, regional campuses will be continuing their Fall Semester protocols.
Local businesses are looking positively toward Spring Semester and the influx of students it will bring to campus.
Sewage rates would increase by 4%, and water rates would increase by 3%.
Students whose dorm rooms will be used for quarantine or isolation will be eligible.
The Ohio Senate will vote on the law after Thanksgiving.
Local Athens eateries discuss how they have dealt with the pandemic.
Among other changes to on-campus quarantine this spring, Ohio University is implementing a Remain-in-Room plan.
The dedication was made virtually, but the historical marker is near Richland Avenue Bridge.
The city-county health department trusts Ohio University and its COVID-19 plans.
Several club sports have had to get creative about how they will meet in the Spring, including OU’s club tennis and cornhole teams.
Student Senate touched on mental health on campus about how many students will return for Spring Semester.
Culinary Services will offer outdoor dining at Nelson and Boyd Halls in the spring.
The movement of students and increase in in-person classes has raised some concerns for Ohio University faculty about the Spring Semester.
In this weeks' Athens police blotter, read about a smoking generator at Menards and chickens finding a new owner.
GSS will be co-hosting a graduate student and faculty conference with the University of Kentucky.
The orders were sent after the university received reports claiming members “potentially compromised the health and safety of their respective members.”
The curfew will last 21 days.
City Council: Affordable housing discussed for low-income families, Fringe Benefits for non-union workers
Joseph McCabe proposes a housing development on Luhrig Road for low-income families.
Casa has reopened its dine-in services in the cantina.