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Hundreds of students rally in protest of $1.2 million plan to relocate OU Presidential residence
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Ohio's potential move to a 75 mph speed limit would put it in the fast lane among states in the eastern U.S.
 
Callers in central and southeast Ohio's 740 area code are beginning to need 10 numbers to make local calls as preparations are made for the addition of a new 220 area code in about a month.
 
A new state law that relaxes some requirements for concealed carry permits and allows hunters to use noise suppressors under certain conditions is set to take effect in Ohio.
 

The former Meigs County Sheriff’s secretary accused of taking funds while serving in that position is scheduled for a second jury trial beginning on Monday.

A consultant quoted a price of $5,145 to do testing to find out if records dug up from a landfill as part of the Patrick Kelly investigation pose a safety risk.

Hiring of the consultant is on the agenda of this week’s Athens County Commissioners meeting.

The former Meigs County Sheriff’s secretary accused of taking funds while serving in that position is scheduled for a second jury trial beginning on Monday.

After pleading innocent in October, a Glouster man who led police on a chase and allegedly fired at officers last fall has now entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.

People who want to learn more about Nelsonville’s past can take part in history tours that will be held this coming Friday and April 24.

The Alexander Local School District, in a joint venture with Holzer Health System, has designed an all-encompassing Alexander Community Wellness Center meant to benefit students and community members.

After almost two years, Zachary R. Dunn’s trial has begun. The prosecution kicked off its case against Dunn Thursday afternoon with opening statements that outlined the alleged chain of events that lead to Dunn’s arrest.

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