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D.D. Joiner and the RedStorm can’t be stopped. Rio Grande proved why it deserved to be ranked among the best in NAIA Division I Thursday night after knocking off its… Read More
From Monday, January 20 – Friday, January 25 students, faculty, staff and community members in Athens will have the chance to honor the leader of the civil right movement. Ohio… Read More
Ohio University field hockey head coach Neil Macmillan hired Tiffany Hubbard as the program’s associate head coach Thursday. Hubbard spent the past seven seasons as the head coach for Georgetown… Read More
When Ohio wrestling took on Central Michigan a year ago, five freshmen, four other underclassmen and just one upperclassman made up the Bobcats’ starting lineup. The Chippewas were ranked 12th… Read More
Public water officials say samples show a West Virginia chemical spill is no longer detectable in the Ohio River in the Cincinnati area. The Greater Cincinnati Water Works shut down… Read More
Dozens of Ohio University students returned from winter break to find their apartements burglarized. Athens Police are investigating break-ins that happened sometime between mid December and the last week when… Read More
For decades, Athens, Ohio, has been a hotspot for live music. But to limit the Athens music scene to just performance-based acts would be a mistake. For years, DJ culture has co-existed alongside local live bands, drawing huge crowds and providing an outlet for fans of electronic music.
WOUB's Bryan Gibson caught up with Dave Rave's Brandon Thompson and Dave Alexander to learn more about the Athens DJ/dance scene and how they became one of the most popular acts in town.
In a college town like Athens, Ohio, you can’t throw a stone without finding a unique food establishment, but O’Betty’s Red Hot! Dogs and Sausages stands out like a sore… Read More
Jason A. Simms, 39, of Athens is headed to prison for 4.5 years for thefts and domestic violence felonies. Simms pleaded guilty to a previous indictment of theft from an… Read More
Ohio University will be commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy by hosting a week full of activities beginning Monday with the annual silent march on campus. This year’s celebration is… Read More
WOUB contributor Scott Pfeiffer checks out the new Coen brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis, based on the early 1960s folk music scene in New York City.
West Virginia schools shuttered by a chemical spill that contaminated the water supply will remain closed Thursday. Students in Kanawha, Boone, Lincoln and Putnam counties, and some in Fayette County,… Read More
A third person arrested in the bust of 198 grams of cocaine has pleaded guilty to possession and trafficking charges. Kimari Anderson, 34, of North Carolina, changed her plea in… Read More
The Marietta Pioneers (8-6) (2-5) suffered their first loss inside Ban Johnson Arena on Wednesday night, falling to the Mount Union Purple Raiders (8-6)(2-5) by a score of 71-60. The… Read More