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Federal Hocking Local School District has begun the process of searching for a new principal at Amesville Elementary for the second time in as many years.

State runner-up, Ohio’s Mr. Football and Coach of the Year are all titles that can be associated with the 2014 Athens Bulldogs football team.

Workers in northwest Ohio continue to protest as the first nationwide oil refinery strike since 1980 moves into its fourth week.
 
About 200 people demonstrated Tuesday outside the Marathon Petroleum Corp. headquarters in Findlay despite temperatures in the teens.

Ohio Democrat Ted Strickland says his run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Rob Portman will focus on expanding job and educational opportunities for average people.

An Ohio bill would expand the availability of a drug overdose antidote being used across the state to save addicts on the brink of death.
 
The Putnam County Adult Drug Court is scheduled to conduct its first graduation ceremony.
 
Five will graduate from the program Wednesday in the Putnam County court building in Winfield. Circuit Judge Joseph K. Reeder will preside at the ceremony.
 

State lawmakers have taken their first action to scale back a wide-ranging law safeguarding against chemical spills from aboveground tanks.

A January 2014 chemical spill that contaminated drinking water for 300,000 residents for days spurred the law.

Ohio University students, faculty and staff celebrated more than 400 years of African-American history Tuesday afternoon in the Baker Student Center.

The Ohio University Black Graduate Student Association (OUGBSA) organized the inaugural Live Museum.

An Athens man sentenced to eight years in prison for robbing an Ohio University student has been denied a chance of early judicial release.

Athens County Prosecutor's Office Press Release - Jerry Campbell, 43, and Shannon Campbell, 37, of Nelsonville were each indicted by an Athens County Grand Jury charging two (2) counts of Failing to Provide for Functionally Impaired Person, felonies of the fourth degree; one (1) count of Theft fr

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