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The Athens County Democrats make a final decision on the county's sheriff
Appalachian Progressive Education Center ceases operation, Athens Language Center stays open under new management

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Some say it would help female students protect themselves, detractors say it doesn't address the fundamental issues

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Yeager Airport officials say people displaced by a landslide can start moving back into their homes.
 
Airport executive director Rick Atkinson says utilities have been restored to many of the affected homes. About 10 homes damaged by water haven't yet been cleared.

The Athens City Council approved an ordinance Monday night to label the West Union Street buildings as a “historic district,” but these businesses will have to wait until at least April to receive the tax credits and grants.

The OUtlet is a new radio feature news program from the WOUB Newsroom that covers a variety of stories "where campus meets community." 

Athens City Council approved an additional 1 percent pay increase for non-union employees within the city, but the vote was not unanimous.

Bath salts and methamphetamine led to unrelated arrests in Vinton County. 

An application will be filed for a $500,000 interest-free state loan to help upgrade communications between Athens County's 911 towers, the county commissioners decided Tuesday.

John Schnatter, founder and CEO of Papa John’s Pizza, will serve as keynote speak

The Athens County court system is in need of an additional constable, the county commissioners were told Tuesday by Common Pleas Judge George McCarthy.

The former Athens High School social studies teacher who pleaded guilty to sexual battery against a student reported to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail to begin his prison sentence.

A new president is taking over at OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital, which brings him back to his roots in southeastern Ohio.

Mark Seckinger was been named president of the hospital, where he will begin on April 26, according to a press release from OhioHealth.

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