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ATHENS (WOUB) — The Hocking County Sheriff says he hopes a new app by his department will help vulnerable populations within the county. The Hocking County Sheriff app is a tool available on iPhones, Androids and tablets for residents that provides information or links to a number of different services and resources in the county…. Read More
Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York announced two counts against Epstein. He is charged with one count of sex trafficking conspiracy and one count of sex trafficking.
Join the Decorative Arts Center for a poetry reading inspired by Selections from the Pizzuti Collection and featuring award-winning Ohio poets Jennifer Hambrick; Linda Fuller-Smith; Kathleen Burgess; Rikki Santer and Rose Smith. This special event will be held July 14 at 2 p.m. at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio. $8/$5 members. Register now! About… Read More
A Broom For Ma is the charming story of an elderly man who takes the reader through an emotional, endearing journey of crafting a new broom for his wife of many years. Set against the backdrop of the rolling hills of Appalachia, the children’s tale was penned by Glouster’s Rhonda Cable, illustrated by former Nelsonville… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s Department of Natural Resources has approved more than $437,000 in funding for five projects in areas of northern Ohio. The department says the grants provided through the Coastal Management Assistance Grant program have been awarded to projects in Toledo, Eastlake, Ashtabula County, Lorain, and Bay Village. The projects are aimed… Read More
AKRON, Ohio (AP) – Bills working their way through the Ohio Legislature would reduce punishment for some drug crimes while favoring treatment over automatic prosecution. A proposal passed by the House last month expands the use of a program allowing judges to order treatment instead of prosecution for defendants facing low-level drug charges. The legislation… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would require state agencies that issue occupational licenses to grant them to members of the military and their spouses who move to the state. The legislation, which has bipartisan support, is meant to boost Ohio’s reputation as a military-friendly state. It would affect licenses… Read More
Springsfest 2019 featured Deerhunter, Amen Dunes, Grapetooth, The Ophelias, Chris Cohen, and many more, at the John Bryan Community Center in Yellow Springs on Saturday, July 6, 2019. Check out WOUB’s photos of the event below.
Opportunity zones were created with the 2017 tax cut to bolster low-income communities. But depending on how the funds are spent, investors who get tax incentives could see the biggest gains.
Grantchester Welcomes New Vicar to the Parish Tom Brittney to play Reverend Will Davenport in MASTERPIECE’s Hit Series for PBS Grantchester is getting a new vicar: MASTERPIECE on PBS has announced that Tom Brittney (Outlander, Call the Midwife) is joining the cast as Reverend Will Davenport – man of the people and crime-solving partner to… Read More
Hospice Bereavement Camps and Art Programming for Teens: Cultivating Hope through Art and Family Storytelling
Teenagers experience loss in unique ways and their expressions of grief do not always conform to adults’ expectations. In this episode of Defining Moments, Dr. Stephanie Pangborn reflects on her work with teens coping with the loss of a loved one. From hospital bedsides to campfires, she explores the use of art and family… Read More