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The principal of Miller High School is expected to be named as the new superintendent of Trimble Local Schools tonight.

A federal judge has ruled Ohio’s ban on recognizing gay marriages is unconstitutional. But that doesn’t mean the state must recognize those marriages immediately.

A Medina man was stabbed early Sunday morning in Athens and police are trying to determine who the culprit might be. 

Kyle Unsdorfer, 22, suffered a small laceration and puncture woud to the lower left side of his abdomen, according to a report from the Athens Police Department. 

Many Ohio school districts are seeing declining enrollment as the state's younger population goes down.

Officials in Cincinnati say their bid for the 2016 Republican National Convention hinges on fixing up their arena and raising the $55 million in private money required.

A federal judge has ruled that gay marriage be recognized by the state of Ohio, but it won't take complete effect right away.

Judge Timothy S. Black said it was unconstitutional to deny married gay couples state rights, but this will only apply to four specific couples as of Monday.

A Gallia county man has been arrested on multiple charges after contacting and interacting with two minors via the computer using Facebook, Kik and Snapchat.

With many an edgy jokes and plenty of fun, locals paired up Saturday night to dance their way to a trophy, and plenty of donations for the American Red Cross.

The new Athens Fire Department chief has had time to set goals for his first months in office, but in the first month, he’s been playing maintenance man.

While the budget has not been approved yet to bring in five new officers at the Ohio University Police Department, Chief Andrew Powers is optimistic about the possibility of enhancing his department.

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