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Nelsonville City Council will introduce legislation on Monday that would require all city residents to have curbside trash and recycling collection from one trash hauler through a franchise agreement.

"This is a great example of making the impossible possible and making a dream a reality," said Meigs County Economic Development Director Perry Varnadoe at a reception marking the completion of the new Holzer emergency department in Meigs County. 

An attorney for couples seeking to overturn Ohio's ban on recognizing out-of-state gay marriages says they're disappointed by a federal appeals court decision and will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the cases.

Backers of Common Core are pushing back against an Ohio House effort to repeal the national learning standards before year's end.

The Dallas nurse who flew on a commercial jet before being diagnosed with Ebola says she wasn't careless or reckless.

Bullying is definitely a problem in the area, according to a survey of area students conducted by the Athens County Sheriff's Office.

Ohio's legislative leaders and agency directors are slated to discuss health care, energy and other policy issues that will face the state in the months ahead.
Democratic state Sen. Daniel Hall says he is switching parties and becoming a Republican, a flip that would give the GOP a majority in the West Virginia Senate.
The accused leader of a northern West Virginia drug ring has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge.

Athens City Council has requested a hearing to be held with the state regarding a liquor permit requested by Chipotle Mexican Grill on Court Street.