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The number of cases worldwide leaped more than 30 percent from 2016 to 2017, according to the World Health Organization and the CDC. And they say the rise has roots in failures to vaccinate children.
More than 100 people braved freezing temperatures to both listen and have their say in front of Ohio environmental officials at a recent hearing in Belmont County, Ohio. For the three dozen or so people who testified, the stakes were high. The hearing at Shadyside High School focused on a nearly 300-page, densely technical, draft air… Read More
The Tailwinds have been making superb, deeply sincere, and usually very loud music that sounds a bit like some kind of ’90s alternative rock recipe that calls for one part Soundgarden and one part Deftones, with a healthy dash of Foo Fighters, for almost the better part of a decade here Athens. Guitarist and vocalist… Read More
Today, November 30th, marks the end of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season, with a total of 15 named storms. Of the 15, eight reached hurricane status and 2 were Category 4 or higher. Just in the past two years, the United States has seen three Category 4 hurricanes that made landfall, Harvey, Irma, and Michael…. Read More
ATHENS (WOUB) — The West Side of Athens is looking at new ways to show its potential after a school levy put West Elementary’s fate in question, and a shooting brought negative attention to the area. Residents and business owners on the West Side are coming together to possibly bring back the Neighborhood Association and… Read More