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Athens County Coroner Harold Thompson stepped down but a replacement was ready.

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Enrollment figures at Hocking College remain below the goal set earlier this summer by the institution.

The 32-percent poverty level in Athens County affects many areas of life, but in one particular populace a rise in poverty levels has been shown, along with a cycle of poverty officials say is difficult to escape.

The State Personnel Board of Review acted properly when it declined to hear an appeal of an Ohio University police lieutenant’s suspension, a Franklin County judge has ruled.

Athens County Prosecutor's Office Press Release - Brandon Jorge Allen, 29, of Detroit, was found guilty and sentenced after 5:00 p.m.

For 14 years, the Athens County Farm Bureau has hosted an educational agriculture day for area fourth graders.

For the first time since its founding in 1935, the Athens County Public Library is asking for money.

The 1-mil, five year levy will be on the November 4th ballot. This means that a home with the property value of $100,000 would pay $35 per year.

The Ohio Department of Education has released its 2013-14 school report cards and four of the five Athens County Districts scored worse than last year. The only school system doing better is Alexander Local Schools.

Teachers in a suburban Columbus district are taking to the picket lines after rejecting their school board's final contract offer.

Ohio's unemployment rate for August is unchanged from the previous month.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services released last month's 5.7 percent unemployment rate figure Friday morning.

State Senator Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) and State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) discussed a bill on Thursday that would allow domestic violence survivors to vote, while keeping their address secret from their abusers.