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New program in Athens region will target a Southeastern Ohio epidemic


Costume shops see a rush in business just before Halloween
Students organized a Hands Up Walk Out march on campus this afternoon.


Temperatures warming up through the weekend and into next week


Report blasts governors for outsourcing state services


Athens County Emergency Medical Services will meet today to discuss necessary precautions surrounding the Ebola outbreak.

Former Hocking College president Ron Erickson will continue to be paid his regular base salary during the time he serves as special adviser to the chairman of the college’s board of trustees, according to an agreement between Erickson and the board.

Just a few days after Ron Erickson resigned as president of Hocking College, the person he removed last month as the college’s chief financial office has been reinstated.

A West Virginia high-speed Internet project is being investigated by the federal government.
A former central Ohio court clerk's husband has been ordered to serve 90 days in jail and fined $4,000 after pleading guilty to theft in office.
Ohioans can start casting ballots Tuesday in the fall election after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a dispute over the swing state's voting schedule.

Athens City Council members were met with citizen disapproval during the City Council meeting on Monday night. 

The Supreme Court’s decision to turn away appeals from Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin means 60% of the US population lives in a state where same-sex marriages will be recognized. However, Ohio isn’t one of them.

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Members of the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association (OCSEA) picketed Monday in front of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) demanding safer prisons.