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The session is scheduled for Tuesday, January 6, 2015.

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Nancy Erickson's husband, Ron, resigned from Hocking College in October
Local students encouraged to develop media literacy.

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The fire has been put out, but some students are only just feeling the heat.
Keep your home warm this winter

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Highs jumping into the 50s by Monday

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The second part in a four part series exploring campus sexual violence.

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New York City photographer Brandon Stanton spends his days looking for interesting subjects for his photoblog “Humans of New York.” This weekend, Athens couple Space and Smiles Welch appeared on his blog, which has more than

Public officials and others can now take an online training course to learn about Ohio's open records and open meeting laws.

Ohio lawmakers are taking early steps toward lifting Ohio's driving penalties for marijuana possession.

A Columbus man has been indicted on two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide in Vinton County following a June car accident that left two Athens County women dead.
 

The state is looking for gardeners who want to tend to flower beds at the Capitol Complex in Charleston next year.

The program assigns specific areas to nonprofit community and civic groups. At least 15 flower beds are available.

Ohio back-to-school shoppers would get a three-day reprieve from Ohio's sales tax under a bill headed to Gov. John Kasich's desk.

The measure cleared the Republican-controlled Ohio Legislature last week.

A fraternity that had some of its members suspended by the national organization has now been completely suspended, according to officials from Ohio University and the organization.
 

A West Virginia panel is suggesting a new tax credit, $12.2 million in extra funding and other tweaks to a law that responded to a January chemical spill.

The Public Water Supply System Study Commission suggested changes in a 47-page report submitted Monday.

Ohio is using a federal grant to help expand families' access to drug courts to address the impact of the state's addiction epidemic.    

New data shows that addiction to painkillers in Ohio is now on par with alcoholism.
          
The data shows that 33 percent of more than 87,000 clients treated for addiction received care for alcoholism compared to 32 percent for painkiller addiction in 2013.

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