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A European firm has signed a deal to buy a type of Marcellus Shale natural gas liquid from Antero Resources Corp.

Years ago, a police officer in the city of Athens would sit in a cruiser, virtually cut off from the rest of the police force thanks to the use of a minimal range radio.

President Barack Obama helped start off the international Gay Games in northeastern Ohio in a surprise video message shown at the games' opening ceremonies.

The 65th annual Parade of the Hills festival kicks off Wednesday with plenty of entertainment, festivities, pageants and, of course, parades.

The annual event on the Nelsonville Public Square will run from Wednesday through Saturday and include activities for the whole family.

For the 163rd year, the Athens County Fair entertained its attendees with a wide variety offerings, including not only the ever-popular demolition derby, but also Tough Track, Motocross, various tractor pulls and numerous other events.

The final day of the fair was Saturday.

Following the retirement notice submitted by Trimble Local Treasurer Cindy Rhonemus last month, the district has now established a timeline and requirements to fill the position.

Years ago, a police officer in the city of Athens would sit in a cruiser, virtually cut off from the rest of the police force thanks to the use of a minimal range radio.

The alleged supplier of the Glouster drug ring has been transported to Athens to await his arraignment on Monday, where he is expected to receive a higher bond than his co-defendants.

An agreement approved by the Federal Hocking Board of Education could pave the way for a suspended teacher to return to the classroom.

A Glouster man who has spent 30 years in prison for the slaying of an Ohio University student has applied for commutation of his sentence.

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