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The former Columbus schools superintendent has pleaded no contest to a charge of dereliction of duty in connection with the district's attendance data-scrubbing scandal.

Athens County has advanced another step in the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize competition.

The Wayne National Forest is accepting public comment until Friday on a plan to spray for gypsy moths, and one comment they’ll get is opposition from the Athens County Commissioners to use of one of the proposed larvicides.

Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is calling on the Ohio Legislature to support a continuation of Medicaid expansion.
 

Democratic Central Committee members within the city of Athens have appointed Christine Knisely to serve as Athens City Council president.

With plans starting to gel for a new recycling facility at Theisen Industrial Park near The Plains, the Athens-Hocking Solid Waste District board was asked Monday to move forward with a proposal to help fund the facility.

The Southeast Ohio Public Energy Council was created to negotiate electric rates for Athens County residents who approved electric aggregation last year.

Ohio's state school board has elected a former high school teacher and college football coach as its next president.
 

The head of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it will take a sizable investment to keep production of the Jeep Wrangler in Toledo.

CEO Sergio Marchionne says no decision has been made on where the Wrangler will be built in the coming years.

A new study says nearly half of student bullying incidents in West Virginia's public schools occur in middle schools.

The state study says 47 percent of school discipline referrals for bullying, harassment or intimidation in the current academic year have occurred in middle schools.

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