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The second day of the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival was another warm one, and featured performances from Radattack, The Other Years, Steve Poltz, and many more. Check out some images from the daylight hours of the festival below.
ATHENS — A former Glouster priest sentenced to prison for three separate counts of sexual battery has been granted a delayed appeal by the state of Ohio. 45 year-old Henry Christopher Foxhoven was sentenced last year to twelve years in prison, along with five years of probation and registration as a tier III sex offender. … Read More
ATHENS — A local garden that sits right next to East State Street and across from the Athens Community Center is teaching people about the native plants found in Ohio. The Wistendahl Native Plant Garden, filled with plants like milkweed and prairie grass, is doing more than just making the landscape look good, but also… Read More
When storms ravaged parts of Ohio during Memorial Day weekend, several libraries were forced to close their doors for a short time. Those facilities are back in operation. And many libraries are serving in relief efforts now. The Ohio Library Council’s Michelle Francis says some libraries in Green, Montgomery and Mercer counties lost power or… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia University robotics team has won a NASA competition for the second time in three years. The college on Friday announced the team’s win in NASA’s Moon to Mars Ice & Prospecting Challenge. WVU’s Mountaineer Ice Driller Automated System III beat out other machines made by the Massachusetts Institute… Read More
SWANTON, Ohio (AP) – More than a dozen derailed freight cars in Ohio are blocking a main Midwest rail route that connects Chicago with the East Coast. Authorities say a Norfolk Southern train on Thursday night smashed into an abandoned truck left on the tracks just west of Toledo. A village administrator in Swanton says… Read More