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Rules for Medical Marijuana Cultivation Nearly Finalized

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s rules for medical marijuana cultivators have cleared their final legislative hurdle. Cleveland.com  reports the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review cleared the rules for growers, including application and license fees, without objection on Monday. Columbus attorney David Patton told the panel he was concerned about banning people with certain criminal… Read More

OU’s Brick City Records Showcase Headed to The Union April 20

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Some years ago, Jack Hentosh was restocking La Croix cases at his hometown Marc’s, where he worked throughout high school. Hentosh admits that he has always struggled with naming things, including his various musical projects. Something about the vaguely vaporwave, airbrushed aesthetic and the dancing tropical colors of the cans must have clicked with Hentosh… Read More

New Route to Start Between Airports in Ohio, North Carolina

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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – A new air service route between Ohio and North Carolina will take flight later this summer. The president and chief executive officer of the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority says American Airlines will launch a twice-daily nonstop service between Toledo Express Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina. The… Read More

Bulldogs Outlast Spartans

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ATHENS, Ohio —  On Tuesday night, the Athens Bulldogs and the Alexander Spartans met up for a TVC-Ohio baseball showdown.  With two hard-throwing pitchers on the mound in Chace Harris and Waylon Bradbury, runs were hard to come by.  But the Athens Bulldogs came out victorious over the Spartans four-to-two. The offensive action started in… Read More

Local Businesses Turn to Solar Energy

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An ordinance establishing the Athens Sustainability Action Plan was approved unanimously at Monday’s City Council meeting.  The 32-page plan focuses on improving energy efficiency, the economy, housing and development, and reducing greenhouse-gas commissions. “This report has been created as a road map to a healthier, cleaner, more equitable and prosperous future for us all,” said Athens Mayor Steve… Read More