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Many disagree with the jury's decision
Athens High School and Middle School Teachers to attend training session


Next winter storm strikes on Sunday


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Three weeks of trial proceedings in the Athens County Common Pleas Court, along with testimony from numerous county officials made the trial of former sheriff Patrick Kelly a costly affair.

Press Release  - The American Red Cross encourages individuals to become everyday heroes by giving blood in celebration of Red Cross Month this March.

Hocking College Press Release - In order to mitigate a $4.4 million budget deficit this fiscal year, the college implemented several different budget savings strategies, including a series of across-the-board furloughs for all college employees.

Athens residents and pool users can express what features they’d like to see incorporated in to the design of both an outdoor and indoor pool through a new website.

PRESS RELEASE - The Athens County Sheriff’s Office will be holding its next Citizens Academy starting April 9, 2015.

An Ohio University employee died Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle on State Route 681.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OHSP), Shane Gilkey, 48, was out of his vehicle helping another motorist when he was struck and killed by a car traveling westbound.

Former "Star Trek" co-star William Shatner is among those mourning the death of Leonard Nimoy, who played the half-Vulcan, half-human Mr. Spock on the TV series and in several movies.

Athens County officials are trying to figure out what to do with some smelly — and possibly contaminated — records that were recovered from a landfill during the investigation of former sheriff Patrick Kelly.

An Ohio University Police Department officer was injured while attempting to arrest an allegedly disorderly Athens man.

The Athens County Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to file a civil action against former sheriff Patrick Kelly to try to recover compensation Kelly received while under suspension awaiting trial.