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College Readiness in Ohio Appalachia Schools

March 07, 2018

High schools in the Ohio Appalachian region are working to make sure their students who want to go to college can, and will succeed once they are there.

Rain, Rain, But No (Big) Flood

February 25, 2018

ATHENS— After a week of preparation in Athens County in anticipation for a major flood event, there is no longer a flood threat from the Hocking River, according to data from the National Weather Service

Pothole Pain: Who Pays if Your Car is Damaged?

February 01, 2018

Chris Reimer turned onto East State Street on his way back to his home in Columbus when he hit a pothole big enough to damage two of his wheels.

Purple Gala To Benefit Women’s Serenity Grove House

November 16, 2017

Seniors in the Ohio University nursing program are organizing a gala to bring light to the community’s struggle with the opioid crisis.

Vietnam Veteran Wall Arrives in Athens

September 13, 2017

It was a morning of solidarity, emotions, and energy as more than 100 motorcyclists escorted the Vietnam Veteran Wall, also known as "The Wall That Heals" from Logan to Athens. 

Athens County Commissioners Fear Trump Budget Cuts

April 05, 2017

President Donald Trump is proposing to eliminate the Community Development Block Grant program from his 2017 federal budget proposal. This federal program has provided federal funding to counties with financial needs since 1974.

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