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Yeager Airport officials have installed remote cameras to monitoring a man-made emergency overrun area that partially collapsed in March.

The airport said Wednesday that airport personnel will continuously monitor the slope and a nearby creek.

A Jackson woman is facing two child endangering charges, and two domestic violence charges, after she allegedly threw an iPad at her two juvenile daughters, striking one in the mouth.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Ohio Rural Development State Director Tony Logan announced the availability of approximately $700,000 in grants designed to support the development of small and emerging private rural businesses.

Due to last weekend’s fire on the Nelsonville Square, Rhapsody Restaurant at 18 Public Square in Nelsonville will be closed until further notice.

While city officials are hopeful residents will approve the proposed municipal income tax bond in the May primary, they also know there’s a chance the measure may fail, which could force them to make some difficult choices, according to Logan City Mayor Martin Irvine.

Glen Crippen, of Hocking Athens Perry Community Action Program (HAPCAP), spoke to the Hocking County Commissioners during their meeting on Tuesday regarding several projects that have been submitted to the county for consideration for the 2015 Community Development

New legislation has recently been introduced that would radically alter the requirements to carry a concealed weapon in the state of Ohio.

The bill outlined a change that would mean that Ohioans would no longer need a license to carry a concealed weapon (CCW).

A Guysville man will be spending the next five years behind bars after pleading guilty to 18 felony charges on Tuesday.

Some members of Ohio University’s student newspaper The Post’s editorial staff were shocked to discover Monday that the newspaper’s opinion editor had made a deal with the OU president’s office regarding when criticism of President Roderick McDavis’s op-ed columns could be printed.

A passenger left her bag of admittedly “illegal stuff” in a car that a Wayne County sheriff’s deputy received the driver’s permission to search, but the drug paraphernalia discovered in the bag could not be used to convict her, an Ohio appeals court ruled.