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The Ohio Republican Party is suing Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Ed FitzGerald to get his parking and office entry records. This lawsuit comes after months of wrangling over where the line is between security and transparency.

Child care workers at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind are asking the state Board of Education to reconsider a new policy requiring them to obtain an associate's degree.

A list of potential capital improvements plans for the city over the next six years was presented to Athens City Council and city administration for input on Tuesday.

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Ed FitzGerald said the reality of Cleveland is better than its reputation.

He thinks that’s what Republican National Committee members saw when they chose Cleveland as the host for the 2016 Republican National Convention.

A Logan County man is facing up to three years in prison after pleading guilty to tax fraud connected to a kickback scheme at an Arch Coal mine.

The Democratic nominee for state treasurer is proposing a plan that she believes will bring more accountability to the office.

College graduates who earned their diploma in 2008 faced starting their careers in the worst economic downturn in nearly a century. A report out this week from the U.S. Department of Education gives a picture of how those graduates fared over the next four years. 

For the past 32 years Kim Jones has been a part of the teaching staff or administration in Trimble Local School District, a position she will be leaving later this month.

Acting Glouster Police Chief Ryan Nagucki has only spent a month as head of the department, but said positive strides are being made within the office.

"We've made a lot of improvements," Nagucki told The Athens Messenger.

The Democratic National Committee was considering Cleveland, Birmingham, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Columbus. Cleveland is now out because the Democrats have a rule that says they won’t pick the same city as the Republicans do.