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A Middleport man is charged with felonious assault in connection with serious injuries sustained by his 5-month-old son, who remains in critical condition, authorities reported. Thaddeus Bumgardner, 32, of Noble… Read More
The Nelsonville Area Chamber of Commerce has asked that the city make exceptions to the law that prohibits consuming alcohol on the Nelsonville Public Square during special events. On Monday,… Read More
Cleveland has jumped another hurdle in the bid to bring the 2016 Republican National Convention to Ohio. The Republican Party named the city one of two finalists. The Republican National… Read More
The Trimble Local Board of Education has denied a grievance filed by the Trimble Local Teachers Association with regard to Curt Moore not being renewed as the varsity boys basketball… Read More
The final computer upgrade needed to implement 911 texting was approved Tuesday by the Athens County Commissioners, but don't try texting the emergency communications center just yet. "By the end… Read More
The Cox Covered Bridge, located just off Route 93 north of Creola in Vinton County (photo: Tyler Buchanan) Go Ohio Valley is a free app produced by Adams Publishing Group… Read More
The most American holiday of the year is upon us, and that means cookouts, pool parties and campfires. For a truly festive function, this flag cake will bring out the… Read More
Unemployment rates rose in 45 of West Virginia's 55 counties in May. WorkForce West Virginia says the jobless rate in Pocahontas County rose to 12.3 percent, the highest in the… Read More
The latest round of Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits are devoted largely to turning old factories into new office space and old office space into new retail and residential space…. Read More
In this episode, Boston alt-folk band Quilt chats with host Josh Antonuccio and performs a six-song set.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, the Democratic candidate for Ohio Governor, has withdrawn his nominee for county treasurer after a local media outlet raised questions last week about properties she… Read More
The state's elections chief has declined to appoint two people nominated by local Republicans for a troubled county board in northwest Ohio. Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted had removed… Read More
When Supernobody performed their first show at the 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival, they attracted a lot of attention: a supergroup made up of Athens music veterans, fronted by one of the area's most respected songwriters. It also helped that they had a stunning debut album under their belts.
One year later, the band is back with another collection of '70s-inspired songs, called Old Strange Power.
Using locations in Athens County and West Virginia, filmmaker Pearl Gluck will begin shooting a drama about sex trafficking in early July.
The Turn Out, directed and co-written by Gluck, an Ohio University visiting assistant professor of film, is a fictional story based on her extensive research on the problem of children and teens being used in the sex trade.