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Ohio University Parking Meters Get An Upgrade


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Ohio University parking meters are seeing a change, but not in the usual way. The green meters on Ohio University's campus are equipped with a new addition. The University recently launched a partnership with Parkmobile, a company which allows users to feed meters electronically from their smartphone. The 300 parking meters on the OU campus… Read More

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Zanesville Nursing Home Owner Indicted On Fraud And Corruption Charges

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The owner of a Zanesville nursing home faces dozens of criminal charges after an investigation revealed allegations of corrupt activity and fraud. Attorney General Mike DeWine decided to investigate the Autumn Healthcare nursing home in Zanesville after receiving several complaints from family members. DeWine announced that the inspection lead to the indictment of owner, Steve… Read More

The Men at Gladden House Sessions, 2014

2014 Gladden House Sessions: The Men


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WOUB Public Media, in partnership with the Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies and the Nelsonville Music Festival, is proud to present The Gladden House Sessions, a 15-part video series. In this episode, Brooklyn-based band The Men perform "Settle Me Down" from their 2014 release Tomorrow's Hits and "I Saw Her Face" from 2013's New Moon.

Steve Gunn at Gladden House, 2014

2014 Gladden House Sessions: Steve Gunn


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WOUB Public Media, in partnership with the Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies and the Nelsonville Music Festival, is proud to present The Gladden House Sessions, a 15-part video series.

In this episode, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Steve Gunn previews a new song, "Twin Brother Shadows," and performs "Old Strange" from his 2013 Paradise Bachelors release, Time Off.

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Nelsonville Introduces Amended Civil Citation Process

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A resolution was introduced by Nelsonville City Council this week that could allow the city code enforcement director and police officers to write civil citations to residents for misdemeanor violations such as trash, noise, and unkept property. A resolution had been introduced last month to adopt an administrative citation process in lieu of criminal prosecution… Read More