In a time when academic budget cuts are eliminating art classes in many school systems, an Athens High School sophomore set out to prove that art should still play a role in education.
Ohio University students on the hunt for off-campus housing should be prepared to shell out about $100 more per month than tenants in similar Ohio college towns.
Jeff Maiden celebrated his landslide victory over Archie Stanley, a 32-year incumbent, in fitting fashion for an incoming county engineer — cutting into a cake topped with gray icing roads and yellow construction trucks.
Two Democratic candidates vying for the seat as Athens County Engineer constructed defenses and demolished accusations during the first candidate forum Thursday night.
After standing ovations for the survival of Rep. Gabriel Gifford and the demise of Osama bin Laden, President Barack Obama declared the nation is finally recovering from a painful recession and challenged politicians to unite to continue the progress Tuesday night.
The discussion of Nelsonville City Council’s first meeting in the new year quickly turned trashy. The majority of the meeting was spent reviewing the local plan for trash removal for 2012, which was first read at council last night.
With congressional redistricting in Ohio delaying the date that candidates can register to be on the ballot, state residents will hit the polls twice before reaching the November 2012 elections.