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The president said at a press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May that new economic restrictions would begin to bite, possibly even during negotiations between the two sides.
A Louisville treatment center is among the first programs in the nation to be certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine. The Volunteers of America Mid-States’ Freedom House serves women with substance use disorder and who are also pregnant or have young children. Freedom House was included in the first phase of a pilot program… Read More
The LGBTQ community in Athens is gearing up for this year’s annual Pride Parade this weekend. Pride month celebrations unofficially kicked off Sunday with a discussion on the history and future of the LGBTQ community at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. “The event many considered the first pride was a riot,” said delfin bautista, local queer… Read More
ALBANY (WOUB) — Alexander Local School District officials are ready to move forward after the passing of the Alexander School levy. The levy vote was confirmed Monday by the Athens County Board of Elections after a recount of the May 7 primary election. The levy passed by one vote. Alexander School Board President John Hutchison… Read More
RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio school superintendent accused of sex charges involving two students has resigned. The Ravenna Record Courier reports Laura Amero, superintendent of Windham Exempted Schools, submitted her resignation last week. Amero pleaded not guilty in April to charges of sexual battery, attempted sexual battery and intimidation of a crime victim or… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A lawsuit filed against the maker of an amusement ride that broke apart at the Ohio State Fair says the company knew years before about a defect that caused the deadly crash. The family of an 18-year-old who died at the fair and three others who were seriously injured in 2017… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s capital city has passed an ordinance aimed at curbing protests at abortion clinics. News outlets report the Charleston City Council voted 21-5 on Monday to approve restrictions on approaching people as they enter health care facilities. The law forbids people from blocking an entrance or exit and says protesters… Read More