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On their homecoming night, the Logan Chieftains (2-3, 0-0) handled the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (3-2, 1-0) 40-7, accumulating over 350 yards of total offense and scoring all 40 points in the first half. Logan’s offense came out firing on all cylinders and took the first game’s first drive 56 yards down the field on seven plays…. Read More
Lani Smith fought her way into the box before realizing that there were no Bobcats’ defenders to stop her run and looking at a wide open goal. What the Akron Zip neglected to see was Ohio senior goalkeeper Nicole Amari sprinting off her line. Amari dove in front of Smith right after the Akron forward… Read More
Although the current spotlight has been on the National Football League (NFL) and domestic assaults perpetrated by its players, domestic violence is an all-too-often occurrence facing judges in Ohio. It is something that Judge Gayle Williams-Byers sees almost every day as she sits in her Municipal Court room in South Euclid, outside of Cleveland. It… Read More
Watch the Ohio University Homecoming parade live on woub.org! Join the Athens and Ohio University community for the annual Homecoming Parade Saturday, October 11. WOUB will be broadcasting from the corner of Court and Union Street beginning at 10 a.m. Student, staff and community groups will showcase a creative array of banners and floats in… Read More
Students at Federal Hocking High School received a hands-on glimpse into the world of fine arts printmaking, compliments of the University of Rio Grande. The School of Fine Arts at Rio Grande hosts a visiting artist series funded through the Imagine Arts Endowment which currently features Welsh printmaker Andrew Baldwin. Baldwin taught a four-day workshop… Read More
After the first, five, long weeks of the semester, students and their parents will finally be reunited. Ohio University Parents' Weekend kicks off Friday. The campus is gering up for hundreds of parents that will be visiting their children on campus. With activities ranging from zip lining adventures, a comedy show, and a mystery dinner,… Read More
For 70 years, The Ohio Annual Exhibition has promoted and presented an exciting range of artistic vision.
This year's exhibit, juried by Ed Pauley of the Kennedy Museum of Art, will showcase many of the state's finest artists beginning Oct. 10 at the Zanesville Museum of Art.
Local authorities are looking for Charles Cane, 21, of Nelsonville. Cane, formerly of Bellefontaine, has been missing since Saturday, September 20, 2014. Cane was last seen in Athens and is considered "at risk," according to a release by the City of Nelsonville and Nelsonville Police. It was reported that Cane left a residence in Athens… Read More
City of Athens Press Release – In preparation for paving activities, on Monday the contractor for the West Union Street rehabilitation project plans to complete curb milling work on West Union between Depot Street and South Congress Street. Parking on the street will be prohibited while milling is completed. On-street parking will be returned as… Read More