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A deal that was offered to the Athens County Commissioners for renewal of a land lease for a 911 tower was rejected Tuesday by the commissioners.

The decision will mean that the search for a new site will continue, and that the county will face the cost of putting up a new tower.

An ongoing flood mitigation project in Wood County is entering its next phase.
 
The county plans to buy and demolish three homes in Happy Valley. After the demolitions, no permanent structures can be built on the properties.
 
Some changes are expected in a fast-moving bill that would shield the names of companies whose drugs are used for lethal injections in Ohio.
 
The state fire marshal is urging Ohioans to take safety precautions when using alternative heat sources to stay warm during chilly weather.
 

Athens City Code Enforcement Officer John Paszke was hesitant to take the stage at Monday night's meeting of the business owners from Union Street.

A former state attorney general hired by Ohio State University to review the culture inside its celebrated marching band is ready to release her report.

Betty Montgomery has scheduled a news conference for Tuesday afternoon.

The Center for Rural Health Development in Hurricane is celebrating a milestone.
 
The center is marking 20 years of work on rural health issues. The private, not-for-profit organization started its work in 1994.
 
The former chief of a central Ohio Emergency Medical Service has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison for misspending the nonprofit's money during his tenure.
 

Monday proved to be a fun day for many students in Circleville. They didn't have to go to school and played in the snow.

For the Circleville Department of Transportation however the snow day meant more work.

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