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Ashy Collects Third MAC Weekly Of Season


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Libero Meredith Ashy was named MAC-East Defensive Player of the Week for the third time this season after her performances the Ohio Universtiy volleyball team's two-match road trip last weekend against Ball State and Toledo. The junior helped the Bobcats (15-4, 8-0 MAC) remain unbeaten in Mid-American Conference play with a pair of road victories… Read More

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Early Intervention Care Of Children With Developmental Disabilities


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Hosts Carolyn Lewis and Stephen Patterson talk with Mary Ann Smathers, Early Intervention Program Coordinator/Specialist at the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Mary Ann's work involves program management and direct care, in-home services, including visits to the home of a family with a child living with disabilities. The group discusses Mary Ann's life and… Read More

Mental Health And Wellness A Priority At Magnolia Clubhouse


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Magnolia Clubhouse is a vital community of growth, hope and opportunity. Our mission is to ensure that people who live with mental illness are respected co-workers, neighbors and friends. Formerly known as Hill House, the Clubhouse has been promoting vocational, educational, social and personal achievement as a center of psychosocial rehabilitation in Cleveland since 1961…. Read More

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Athens Co. Job And Family Services Director To Resign At End Of The Year

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Athens County Department of Job and Family Services Director Jack Frech will resign from his position at the end of the year. The decision was announced following a pre-disciplinary hearing with the Athens County Commissioners on Tuesday. The commissioners decided to take no action following the hearing, but Frech said he will resign at the… Read More

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Frontier Customers File Lawsuit In West Virginia

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Some customers are suing Frontier Communications over its high-speed Internet service.   The Charleston Gazette reports three customers filed a class-action lawsuit last week in Lincoln County Circuit Court.   The lawsuit says Frontier's service is at much-slower speeds than advertised, while the company has frequent outages that forces customers to reboot their modems to… Read More

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Trash Talk At City Council Continues

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Trash talk was a big topic at the Monday Athens City Council Meeting as residents took to the podium to complain about visible trashcan warnings. City Council is currently trying to amend a city ordinance to increase fines and regulations about trashcans in street view. This ordinance specifies that garbage containers should be kept out… Read More