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When the city looked "like nothing was going to happen" and needed a facelift, in came Project Plant. 

The alleged roles of a former Chauncey police chief and other players in a Glouster drug ring were spelled out in a search warrant executed by law enforcement.

The Athens County Fair is taking steps to become more environmentally friendly.

“We want to be a good neighbor,” said Athens Fair Board member Paula Carpenter.

The board will be expanding recycling services for this year’s fair.

Due to overwhelming public participation at the latest meeting of the Federal Hocking School Board, board members voted to remove a proposal to reduce the district’s staff by one physical education position and one music position.

Republican Senator Rob Portman wants the United States to send a clear message to Central American countries as the federal government struggles to respond to the flood of children trying to enter the U.S. from the region.

Ohio University is expanding its degree offering in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology beginning this fall.

The new four-year Bachelor of Science degree in energy engineering will be the third such program in the country.

A board has maintained a policy preventing same-sex couples and others without valid Ohio wedding licenses from renting the Ohio Statehouse and its grounds for weddings and receptions.

The Ohio Lottery is reporting another year of record-high sales and profits, boosted partly by revenue from new video lottery terminals at three racino sites.

About 2,200 aboveground storage tanks have already been registered in compliance with a new West Virginia law to safeguard against harmful spills.

The contractor leading decontamination and decommissioning work at a Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio anticipates up to 675 layoffs beginning in October because of problems related to funding for the project.

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