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Pennsylvania struck down its ban against same-sex marriage on May 20, and in the process the Keystone State became the latest to legally approve of gay marriage. The approval rating… Read More
The owner of a medical clinic who a prosecutor said unleashed an illegal "pill tsunami" on southern Ohio has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Tracy Bias was sentenced… Read More
A Proctorville man is in jail after allegedly sending inappropriate pictures to a juvenile through a social media website. According to the Ironton Tribune, a 9-year-old girl from Lawrence County… Read More
This year’s Nelsonville Music Festival will be debuting a new performance space as a part of its official schedule.
Co-produced by WOUB Public Media and Ohio University's School of Media Arts and Studies, The Gladden House Sessions will feature short interviews and stripped-down acoustic performances by solo acts and bands at the festival. Video clips will be posted at woub.org/arts.
Ohio Athletics has hired Michael Stephens as it’s new Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Operations, the school announced Wednesday. “There is great momentum right now on campus and I… Read More
An Ohio House committee has approved legislation that would create enhanced driver's licenses that could be used in place of passports when traveling to Canada or Mexico. The bill passed… Read More
Christopher T. Wolfe, a 43-year-old from Racine, Ohio, was the leader of a group of five people indicted on charges of conspiracy, theft of public money and money laundering for… Read More
OU-Chillicothe art student Thomas Ansel is among three college students statewide whose Riverboxes projects have been selected by the Dublin Arts Council for display in Dublin parks and public areas this summer.
Ansel’s handiwork is currently on display in Donegal Cliffs Park along the Scioto River in Dublin.
UPDATE 8:30 a.m. Camden Clark Medical Center representatives say the St. Joseph’s campus is closing by the end of this year and 60 people will lose their jobs. CCMC originally said… Read More
The Ohio State Fire Marshals Office has given grants to two fire departments in Vinton County. State Fire Marshal Larry Flowers visited the Wilkesville Volunteer Fire Department and Zaleski Fire… Read More
Athens Mayor Paul Wiehl has approved a TREX liquor license for Fluff Bakery and Catering after a business deal to obtain a liquor permit that had been in safekeeping reportedly… Read More