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City Council has concerns about over-saturation of alcohol serving establishments in Athens


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Report blasts governors for outsourcing state services


Data shows fewer young people in Ohio are getting their driver's license.

The Columbus Dispatch reports number of people in Ohio ages 16 to 20 who obtained a driver's license dropped 8.5 percent in the last decade.

The state is continuing to monitor residents who may have had contact with a Texas nurse diagnosed with the Ebola virus after returning home following a trip to northeastern Ohio.
West Virginia health officials are urging pregnant women to get the flu shot.
Bureau for Public Health commissioner Dr. Letitia Tierney is set to hold a briefing Tuesday in Charleston outlining the importance of moms-to-be to get a flu shot.
Some customers are suing Frontier Communications over its high-speed Internet service.
The Charleston Gazette reports three customers filed a class-action lawsuit last week in Lincoln County Circuit Court.

Trash talk was a big topic at the Monday Athens City Council Meeting as residents took to the podium to complain about visible trashcan warnings.

The Ohio Department of Transportation is already preparing for the winter season through its “Winter Readiness” program.

A Mason woman was arrested Friday from a home in Nelsonville on drug-related charges stemming out of Franklin County. Her arrest may also lead to additional drug-related charges in Athens County as bulk amounts of LSD were allegedly discovered during the investigation.

Ohio members of Congress are calling on the federal government to step up assistance to state health officials as it revises safety protocols to stem the spread of Ebola.

Ohio University could feel the biggest impact among Ohio’s public universities from some proposed “tweaks” to Ohio’s State Share of Instruction. It could mean up to a $9 million cut in state funding to OU.

Officials at a small college in southeast Ohio say they're trying to address a budget deficit and a dwindling enrollment.