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Take a look at photos from the early portion of the third day of the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival below.
GROVE CITY, Ohio (AP) — A 75-year-old woman who contracted Legionnaires’ disease at a newly opened hospital outside Columbus and then died has been identified. The Columbus Dispatch reports an attorney for her family has confirmed that Deanna Rezes died last Sunday at Mount Carmel Grove City. She was initially admitted to the hospital May… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The archbishop appointed to investigate the former leader of the Roman Catholic Church in West Virginia says he should not have redacted from his report to the Vatican the names of clergy, including himself, who received a portion of $350,000 in cash gifts from Bishop Michael Bransfield. Archbishop William Lori oversaw… Read More
Friday night at the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival got pretty rowdy, thanks to stirring sets by The Breeders and Oh Sees, among others! Check out WOUB’s Jordan Kelley’s images from the second afternoon and evening of the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival.
Harold Sturgill was disabled by black lung disease when he was 58 years old. Now he advocates for disabled miners. “When it comes to the mining companies, and it comes to the worker, it’s still all about production,” Sturgill said. “They could care less about me, how much dust I suck in, or how long… Read More
Friday, June 8 featured performances from Hubby Jenkins, Water Witches, Radattack, and more. Take a look at the images captured by WOUB’s Robert Green of the event, below.
Springsfest will return to the John Bryan Community Center on Saturday, July 6, bringing the likes of Deerhunter, Amen Dunes, Post Animal, Grapetooth, Chris Cohen, Sarob, DANA, and more to the sunny spot in Yellow Springs. The festival is largely the product of Conor Stratton, the frontman of The Crooked Spines, as well as the… Read More