Ohio approves funding for housing assistance for low-income Ohioans affected by the pandemic.
The bill opens up employees to exploitation and unpaid labor.
With a new legislative body in session, some think 2021 is the year for LGBTQ+ equality to improve.
Councilwoman Fahl’s primary challenger Alan Swank is distinctly focusing on hearing the voice of voters to direct his campaign.
$13,000 is needed to install hand railing for the Richland Avenue Pedestrian Passageway.
Councilmembers Arian Smedley and Peter Kotses both announced via Facebook they will not be running for re-election.
The Athens Ohio City Source app can be used to report city issues, receive city news and search for city jobs.
The Trump era has come and passed, but we are still dealing with the effects that his rhetoric and refusal to condemn white supremacists have left behind.
In the middle of a failed military coup in 2016, Karaaytu looked for political asylum in the U.S.
The director of Code Enforcement said properties with blight undergo a long process in order to see safety improvements.
I was consistently sacraficing real-life experiences to doomscroll. So, I set app limits.
The FCC’s Rural Digital Opportunity Fund will help fund broadband expansion in Southeast Ohio.
The Family First Coronavirus Response Act will be extended to the end of the year for city employees.
Some groups have put out statements or are educating their members.
Holes in several roofs of buildings at The Ridges could cost up to $4.3 million to repair.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis has condemned those involved and called for change.
Without their actions or their silence, our country would not be on the brink of chaos.
City Council: New wastewater surveillance programs to be added; settlement with Athens City Fraternal Order of Police discussed
New wastewater surveillance programs will be added throughout Athens to better predict where in the city COVID-19 spikes may occur.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss the renewal of a contract between the city of Athens and the Athens City Fraternal Order of Police.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s call for up to $50,000 in student debt to be canceled per individual could effectively wipe out debt for three in every four people.