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A Northeast Ohio man faces sexual assault charges after authorities say he brought a male juvenile to a cabin in the Hocking Hills. According to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine,… Read More
Nelsonville's Majestic Galleries is spotlighting three Athens County artists during the month of October, with exhibit openings taking place Sept. 28 during Final Fridays.
Picture, Picture by Ron Kroutel and Pat Wolf will be displayed alongside Aaron Smith's Landscapes.
When Athens band Dropdead Sons had $2,000 worth of equipment stolen from a practice space, the local music community decided to come to the rescue.
This Saturday, The Union will host The Stolen Gear Benefit. Dropdead Sons' Scott Winland talks to WOUB about recent events and this weekend's show.
Marissa and Riley Higgins are more than just teammates; they are family. The two girls are cousins and have grown up playing the game they love together.
Ohio Medicaid officials announced a plan Tuesday to take a look at how antipsychotic drugs are being prescribed to children, especially those in foster care. The state will spend a… Read More
Ohio University’s band, the Marching 110, is receiving national attention thanks to a YouTube video of the band's most recent half-time performance and could be on their way to New… Read More
A Guernsey County girl makes a bomb threat in school. President Obama is visiting Ohio today. Details in your morning update.
UPDATE 2:28 P.M. A fourth man is in custody in connection with the beating and robbery of an elderly Coolville woman. Sheriff Pat Kelly says officers arrested Cody Stout, 23,… Read More
Governor John R. Kasich Tuesday announced the appointment of David E. Brightbill of Lower Salem (Washington Co.) to the Ohio University Board of Trustees. Brightbill's term will run from September… Read More