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Unemployment rate stayed at 5.7 percent


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For 14 years, the Athens County Farm Bureau has hosted an educational agriculture day for area fourth graders.

For the first time since its founding in 1935, the Athens County Public Library is asking for money.

The 1-mil, five year levy will be on the November 4th ballot. This means that a home with the property value of $100,000 would pay $35 per year.

Teachers in a suburban Columbus district are taking to the picket lines after rejecting their school board's final contract offer.

State Senator Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) and State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) discussed a bill on Thursday that would allow domestic violence survivors to vote, while keeping their address secret from their abusers.

Ohio University’s Student Senate treasurer resigned from the organization at Wednesday’s meeting after saying it had turned into a “circus” in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding a video posted by its president.

Drivers along West Union Street can expect traffic and delays throughout the week due to the
continuation of work on service line connections.

Athens City Council is still working out the kinks in proposed changes to its ordinance regarding trash can and recycling bin placement, which are slated to take effect at the start of 2015.

A federal judge in West Virginia has delayed ruling on a lawsuit challenging the state's same-sex marriage ban.

63-year-old ex-deputy sheriff charged with 33-year old murder of colleague 

Ohio University Police are temporarily increasing security measures at the Student Senate meeting in light of a chaotic meeting at last week.