Athens residents protested outside Athens County Courthouse for the third time since Roe v. Wade was overturned Saturday.
After Roe v. Wade was overturned on Friday, Athens community members marched down Court Street in protest.
City Council: committees met to discuss housing preservation applications, updating public transportationBy Maya Morita | June 14
The City and Safety Services Committee met to discuss the Community Housing Impact and Preservation Application, which would be used to fund home repairs.
An ordinance to give tenants a right to pay to stay would allow for tenants to avoid immediate eviction if unforeseen circumstances prohibits them from paying rent on time.
Athens residents gathered outside the Athens County Courthouse on Sunday to protest in favor of reproductive rights.
Athens County may be seen as having the highest poverty rate in Ohio, but surrounding counties experience similar or higher rates of poverty.
Athens’ businesses are expecting an influx in customers due to the reinstatement of traditional summer events, like Athens Brew Week and the Annual Paw Paw Festival.
Following previous years’ COVID-19 limitations, students made the most of Athens’ Green Beer Day traditions.
A group of student workers were told to remove their pronouns from their name tags despite OU’s dedication and involvement in respecting their students’ gender identities.