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A suicide prevention and candlelight vigil took place Wednesday night at College Gate for World Suicide Prevention Day. 

This is the second year the candlelight vigil has been held at Ohio University.

A county sanitary sewer project that has been on the table for decades may finally come to fruition as the city of Athens is expected to sign an inter-governmental agreement with the county to treat waste from the Route 50 corridor southwest of the city.

In an attempt to get the community better engaged with members of the Athens and Ohio University police departments, a free public barbecue will be held in front of Baker University Center on Sept. 30.

West Virginia State Police have made an arrest in a hit and run involving a 15-year-old bicyclist.
 
Officials arrested and charged Darren Parsons Wednesday morning with leaving the scene, causing a death. 
 
Late trash pick up shouldn't be a problem for Chillicothe residents thanks to new garbage trucks.
 

The city of Athens will move forward to introduce changes to its existing nuisance party ordinance to decriminalize first time offenders.

A Lemaster Road resident is proposing construction of seven duplexes in what he hopes will be the first phase of a larger development.

An attorney who specializes in energy and public utility law has been engaged by the Athens County Commissioners to provide advice on electric aggregation.

Developers of a proposed student apartment building were granted a variance from the zoning code Tuesday by the Athens Board of Zoning Appeals.

The variance was needed in order for the $15 million Athens River Gate project to move forward at its 10 South Green Drive location.

Walmart continues to be the largest private employer in West Virginia.
 
Based on the available records provided by WorkForce West Virginia, Walmart has been the state's top private sector employer since at least 1999.
 

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