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Buchtel Latest Community To Request Electrical Aggregation Be Placed On Ballot

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A request to put electric aggregation on November ballot was filed Tuesday with the Athens County Board of Election by the village of Buchtel. Trimble and Jacksonville had already filed to have aggregation on the fall ballot. Aggregation is a process by which customers can band together to get lower electricity rates. "We feel that… Read More

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Allison Hunter To Head WOUB News


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Veteran award-winning journalist Allison Hunter will head WOUB’s news operation as editor-in-chief beginning August 11. She will take charge of television, radio and digital news as former WOUB News Director Tim Sharp joins the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty as a full-time member this fall. “We are excited for Allison to join our WOUB… Read More

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Ohio Governor’s Election Ads Pitched At Working Class

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Working-class Ohioans: The candidates for Ohio governor want you. If the airwaves are any indication, scoring support among the blue-collar and union workers around the state seems to be key to the fall election that pits Republican Gov. John Kasich against Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald, the Cuyahoga County executive in Cleveland. FitzGerald's first television ad… Read More

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Teachers Deliver Alarming Allegations Against Dayton Charter School

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The state board of education is launching an investigation into at least one charter school after hearing disturbing testimony from a group of former teachers. Sexual misconduct, racism, teacher intimidation, questionable testing policies, and mishandling of complaints about those claims were among the allegations the teachers brought to the state board of education meeting. The… Read More