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Wednesday night meeting had an increased police presence
Council can't decide on how to word the ordinance to keep trash bins out of sight.


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The Start Talking program is a sign of hope for families who have lost loved ones due to drug abuse


A clear and warm Saturday, but a chance for rain and thunderstorms to follow


First-year medical students' first patients provide a unique learning experience


Permission is being sought to add Athens Medical Laboratory to a medical negligence case pending in Franklin County Common Pleas Court.

What started essentially as a beautification project has undergone a metamorphosis into a plan to establish a monarch butterfly way station in Nelsonville.

AEP Press Release — AEP customers in the city of Athens will be impacted by a planned power outage on Sunday, September 14, 2014 from 6-7 a.m. AEP will be performing maintenance work on lines at the Clark Station, including changing a breaker tie. It will impact all of the city at some point.

The goal was two-fold — providing a healthy lunch to all students and helping parents financially.

Some educators will be refunded dues or fees by Ohio's largest teachers union under a settlement of a federal lawsuit alleging the money was improperly used for politics-related activities.
A federal judge has struck down Ohio's law barring people from knowingly or recklessly making false statements about candidates.
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black in Cincinnati on ruled Thursday the Ohio law is unconstitutional.
Authorities say they have apprehended the convicted killer of three Ohio students who escaped from a prison.

The Interfaith Peace Walk brought together more than 150 Athens residents and Ohio University students to memorialize the September 11th terrorist attacks and to pursue peace among different groups.

On the lawn of the Ohio Statehouse, passersby pause to reflect on the 13th Anniversary of 9/11.

Here are the sights and sounds from Columbus.

With the recent police shooting and protest in Ferguson, Missouri, people across the country are speaking out.

Here in Athens, Students for Law, Justice and Culture are discussing the topic in the "Racism, Policing and Struggles for Justice in Ferguson" panel.