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Ohio University will be seeking approval next week from its board of trustees to declare large amounts of property it owns on East State Street as surplus.

As the Homecoming Weekend approaches, the construction on campus continues.

Ohio University's annual Homecoming Parade celebrating "The Bobcat Family Reunion" is Saturday at 10 a.m.

County clerks in West Virginia are being told to accept marriage applications from same-sex couples.

The move Thursday comes after Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said his office would no longer fight a court challenge to the state's ban on same-sex marriages.

Numerous candidates for statewide offices are using "soft spots" this election season, featuring their children and catchy slogans. But, there is a deeper meaning behind these ads and some say they can tell us a lot about the election.

An event being held in northwest Alabama will look at ways to keep young people in Appalachia.
The fall conference of the Appalachian Regional Commission will be held Thursday in Florence.

The Athens County Dog Shelter is facing a budget shortage of nearly $24,000 this year.

A Glouster man appeared in Athens County Municipal court Wednesday morning after shooting at police.

Athens County Sherriff Rodney Smith said deputies were called to assist Glouster Police after coming under fire while serving an arrest warrant Tuesday night.

West Virginia's new superintendent of schools has released his goals for improving the state's public education system, including a focus on improving student attendance and graduation rates.

Michael Martirano presented the plan to the state Board of Education on Wednesday.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the 33-year-old man who contracted Ebola in Liberia and later traveled to Dallas, where he was being treated, has died, hospital officials say.

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