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Gridiron Glory is proud to introduce Keith Turner as its host for its upcoming 15th season. Keith Turner Jr. is a 2010 graduate of Reading High School in Cincinnati and a senior broadcast journalism major in Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Prior to this season, he has served two years as a TVC-Hocking… Read More
This Saturday, The Union Bar & Grill will host modern-day Americana legends The Handsome Family with special guest Danny Barnes. While both acts have performed in Athens on separate occasions, this pairing promises to be one of the best local shows of the summer.
Edgewood schools joins a handful of Ohio schools that have approved letting school personnel carry weapons. Ohio's insurance department says no marketing, advertising or outreach efforts are in the works by the state for the federal health care law. The West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Barboursville. Details in your audio update.
Randy Richmond was not legally justified in shooting Keith "P.J." Rutter. Plus, a former Mason County principal has been acquitted of charges that he assaulted a student. These stories and more in your special Wednesday NewsWrap.
A summer cultural series organized by an Ohio University visiting assistant professor is bringing Athens-area adults together to nourish their social and intellectual needs. Dubbed "Soul Biscuits," the series features musical performances, educational classes and discussion groups. It began in May with events scheduled from 5:30 to 7 p.m. every Friday through Aug. 23 at… Read More
The Ohio University Performing Arts Series will present comedian Craig Robinson Thursday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Robinson is best known for playing Dunder-Mifflin employee Darryl Philbin on NBC’s Emmy-winning show The Office, which just wrapped up its seventh and final season. Over the past few years, Robinson has made… Read More
Looking for some good old-fashioned fun this summer? Look no further than Out of the Frying Pan, the latest production from Scene One Theater, being presented Aug. 1-2 and 9-10 at Alexander High School in Albany.
The Perry County Department of Job and Family Services is making flood disaster assistance available to low-income families who were hit hardest by the flood the week of July 8. Assistance is available to families who earn 200 percent of the federal poverty level or less, or about $47,000 for a family of four. These… Read More
More live music has just been added to the Uptown Athens menu, along with a side order of local art.
After more than a year of planning and hard work, Barb North-Moss and Eric Moss will open The Over Hang, a new restaurant and music/arts venue, on Monday, Aug. 5.
Jackson County Coroner Gregory Hawker has now received the autopsy results for Ryan N. Potter, and the results were somewhat unexpected. Hawker said the autopsy showed that Potter died of a ruptured aorta that was in no way connected to the electrical shock he received at the fairgrounds Friday evening. Potter, 38, of Oak Hill… Read More