Week nine brings wrestling tournaments, negligence of the basketball team and amped up fest securityBy Ryan Clark | Mar. 20, 2014
COLUMBUS—Gov. John Kasich named a former state representative and Ohio University alumnus to lead Ohio’s higher education system Wednesday, saying his “job creation mindset” will further the governor’s plans for the state’s economy.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Sen. Lou Gentile, D-Steubenville, is adding his voice to calls for Gov. John Kasich and his administration to consider alternatives to closing 13 Ohio Department of Job and Family Services regional offices.
COLUMBUS — Members of the Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus previewed their legislative agenda for the coming year Tuesday, unveiling measures that would curb gun violence and increase access to education for veterans.
City of Athens:
Athens will likely see high winds, plenty of rain and even snow as Hurricane Sandy travels inland this week.
A small portion of the Hockhocking Adena BIkeway will be closed next week for paving.
Days of planning and hours of waiting on sidewalks preceded President Barack Obama’s half-hour speech in Athens Wednesday, but many said it was well worth the effort.
After vying to speak over Mitt Romney and Candy Crowley Tuesday night, President Barack Obama got the chance to speak uninterrupted in Athens Wednesday evening.
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis