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Drivers, pedestrians, and bikers will be seeing changes to Richland Avenue from now until next year. The $4 million construction project was originally planned to be completed in the summer but construction never started because the city failed to get bids during the initial bidding process. The city recieved bids from two contractors but choose… Read More
A popular sports cliché states that defense wins championships. Even though this is not a championship game, New Lexington and Maysville’s defensive units will have their work cut out for them when the teams go head-to-head on Friday. The two teams combined to score 70 points last week, with Maysville topping Crooksville 49-15 and New… Read More
After a successful run at the Athena Cinema in 2013, the College Town Film Festival returns to Athens this October, featuring documentaries, short films, guest speakers and a Monty Python classic.
Co-founded by Athens natives Eric Zudak and Matt Jordan, the College Town Film Festival is dedicated to promoting independent films and generating discussion between academic and local communities.
Appeals court judges in one southern Ohio district have decided they need to carry guns to protect themselves. Last week, judges in the 4th District Ohio Court of Appeals authorized themselves to carry concealed handguns both in and outside the 14 county courthouses where they conduct sessions. The court's order exempts the judges from obtaining… Read More
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says fatal traffic crashes were down over Labor Day weekend this year. The patrol says there were 11 fatalities on the roads between Friday and midnight on Monday, compared with 16 during the same four-day period last year. The patrol attributes the improvement partially to increased enforcement. Troopers… Read More