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The recession may be over, but the state of Ohio still owes the federal government $1.4 billion for the money it borrowed to pay jobless benefits to unemployed Ohioans.

Athens will once again see changes to the traffic patterns in the city. 

Four years after the construction of a roundabout at the Richland Avenue and Route 682 intersection, another new traffic pattern unlike any other in southeast Ohio will be coming to Athens.

Chances are that if you’ve nailed a college degree to your wall recently, you’re also nailed with debt. But some new research from the Federal Reserve Bank says degree earners are still better off in the long-term than those without a diploma.

Habitat for Humanity will be returning to Perry County this year with the hope that it will be able to resume building homes early next spring.

An Ohio University-Chillicothe student’s challenge of how social media treats body image is getting worldwide media attention.

The bill for ammunition reportedly bought more than a year ago, according to the company owed the money, is still hung up at the Athens County Auditor’s Office, county officials say.

A police chief says a phone call to his village water department led to an investigation into a possible shooting at Ohio University.

A request to put electric aggregation on November ballot was filed Tuesday with the Athens County Board of Election by the village of Buchtel.

Trimble and Jacksonville had already filed to have aggregation on the fall ballot.

Ohio has unveiled a large solar project at a prison aimed at saving $245,000 in annual energy costs while training inmates to install and maintain the panels as a route to future jobs.

A potential increase in the income tax rate for those in the City of Athens will go to the voters after the third reading of an ordinance was approved by Council on Monday.

The tax would generate approximately $650,000 a year, costing someone who earns $30,000 in income per year $30.