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Meeting is part of a series planned across the state
Some residents spoke out about proposed changes to trash ordinance


Candidates for the 94th District State Representative Debate over Crucial Issues
Early preparations for cold weather begins for southeastern Ohio


Clear skies ahead with warmer temperatures


Report blasts governors for outsourcing state services


Early voting in Ohio will begin Tuesday, following a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court last week. But the debate over when and how people can vote in the key swing state has been ongoing. Here are five things to know about early voting in Ohio.

A half-million landowners in eastern Ohio will pay a few dollars less for the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District as it collects more money from gas and oil drillers in the Utica shale.

Ohio's minimum wage is scheduled to go up by 15 cents to $8.10 beginning Jan. 1.

The state Department of Commerce also announced the new minimum for tipped employees will be $4.05 per hour - a 7-cent increase.

Many Ohio farmers will see their property taxes take a big jump next year.
Those tax bills are going to double in some cases or go up even more for a number of farmers in the state. That's because of the formula Ohio uses to calculate farm taxes.

Court Street businesses forced to shut down early from the planned power outage, say it did not have a major impact on their business.

AEP scheduled the power outage from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday. The outage affected 55 customers, most of which are businesses.

The Plains Community Park will be featuring unique events at their 30th annual Indian Mound Festival starting tonight and ending Sunday, October 5th.

A New York man who has attempted multiple appeals to his 30-year prison sentence was re-sentenced in Athens County Common Pleas Court to the same maximum penalty.

The Plains Indian Mound Festival

October 3-5 at The Plains Community Park, Connett Road

Sponsored by The Plains Lions Club


Friday, Oct. 3, 2014

5pm-10 Crafter Sales Open, all Food Vendors Open

An Ohio University police lieutenant has agreed to the dismissal of a federal lawsuit against OU, but wants to reserve the right to refile it.

President of Hocking College Ron Erickson resigned Thursday evening following an emergency meeting.