Service Safety Director Andrew Stone recommended waiting until closer to Oct. 1 to make a final decision regarding the allowance of Halloween festivities.
While watching the series, I saw that the same patterns by politicians have not changed, but the reaction of the public has greatly.
Senators also urged members to invite people to join Senate.
Council also made several appropriations during the Finance and Personnel committee meeting.
The failure of the Supreme Court to protect women’s rights proves the U.S. is moving in the wrong direction when it comes to equality.
Tim Ryan visited with local residents and community leaders to affirm commitment to economic advancement in Appalachia.
The Pfizer vaccine has only been granted full approval for people 16 years and older.
Allison Russo, Mike Carey emerge as primary winners in Ohio's 15th Congressional District special election primariesBy Anna Millar | Aug. 3
The final election for Ohio’s 15th district representative will be held Nov. 2.
Bill preventing public schools, universities from requiring COVID-19 vaccine signed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWineBy Ryan Maxin | July 14
The bill also protects unvaccinated individuals from unequal treatment based on vaccination status.
Though signed into law today, Collin’s Law will not be enforced for another 90 days.
Sherman was invited by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to the Ohio Statehouse on July 6.
If signed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, the law could be implemented by the fall.
Collin’s Law, an anti-hazing law, passed in the Ohio Senate on Wednesday.
Damon Krane was the most recent candidate to announce his campaign for Athens City Council, and will be focusing on many of the same issues as when he ran for mayor.
Steve Patterson is currently the only possible candidate from the southeast region of the district.
The proposed bill would require universities to report hazing incidents and establish hazing education programs.
The bill would provide townships with a veto for neighboring townships’ renewable energy plans.
Adding source of income to the Unlawful Discriminatory Practices ordinance could help those participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program find affordable housing.
Ohio Gov. Mike Dewine visited Heritage Hall on Monday to witness three students receive the COVID-19 vaccine.