Have you noticed rising gas prices recently? Here’s why you shouldn’t blame the president.
A letter-writing campaign is being held at Baker University Center for students in favor of Collin’s Law to send letters to legislators.
Collin’s Law, an anti-hazing law, has re-entered the Ohio Legislature and will increase hazing penalties from a fourth-degree misdemeanor to a felony.
Bill meant to dissolve businesses' COVID-19 health violations introduced to Ohio House of RepresentativesBy Ryan Maxin | Mar. 28, 2021
Some locals view the bill as positive thing for Athens businesses and the community.
The lawsuit asks the court to order that abortion providers not be penalized by Senate Bill 27 during an interim period.
City Council candidates Alan Swank and Chris Fahl answered community questions about the environment, diversity and more Tuesday.
Ohio University's Center for Campus and Community Engagement played a large role in securing the distinction.
City Council: 72 hour parking passes discussed; Union Street Downtown Redevelopment District createdBy Kyra Leckrone | Mar. 22, 2021
The current pilot program for 72 hour parking serves eight citizens.
Local experts discussed housing problems and solutions in Athens.
Student Senate: Students speak in support of Collin’s Law, urge OU for online accessibility featuresBy Lydia Colvin | Mar. 11, 2021
Collin’s Law, which would increase the penalty for hazing in Ohio to a felony, was reintroduced into the Ohio Senate on Wednesday.
The Public Entities Pool of Ohio has been endorsed by the Ohio Municipal League since 2017.
Up to $200 a month for food expenses is available to students.
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.
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