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Athens Pop Culture Convention Celebrating Third Year
Organizers are hard at work preparing for the third annual Ratha Con Convention, taking place Saturday, April 26 at the Athens Community Center.
Previously a comic and sci-fi/fantasy convention, the event has been re-classified as a pop culture convention, incorporating gaming, comics, costume contests and displays by local artists and collectors.
Final Cut Pros: Columbus Barber Shop Hosts Music Video Series
The music scene is alive and well in central Ohio, and Jim Morris, owner of Columbus' Mug & Brush Barber Shop, is doing his part to support and promote local artists. Barber shop by day, at night his North High Street location becomes the setting for The Mug & Brush Sessions, a video series featuring area musicians.
Scioto County Man Arrested On Meth Charges
A Lucasville man is in jail on charges relating to the manufacture of methamphetamine. Paul Wampler was arrested by detectives from the Scioto County Sheriff's Office and the Southern Ohio… Read More
L.A. Theatre Works Brings “The Graduate” To OU
Four stationary microphones and a sound effects table: That's the extent of the stage set for L.A. Theatre Works' production of The Graduate. The touring theatre company will make a stop in Athens on Feb. 17 as part of Ohio University's Performing Arts Series.
Grand Jury Returns No Bill Decision in Coal Grove Shooting
Lawrence County Grand Jury returned a "no bill" decision against Richard Blackshire, a Coal Grove, Ohio man, according to the Portsmouth Daily Times. A no bill decision inidicates that the charges… Read More
Cabell County Prosecuter Appointed
Cabell County Prosecutor Chris Chiles has been appointed by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to replace David Pancake as 6th Judicial Circuit Court Judge in Cabell County. According to WSAZ, the… Read More
Frontier Local School District Voters Reject Emergency Requirements Levy
For full election results, visit WOUB's election tracker. Unofficial election results are now in for Washington County. Voters in the Frontier Local School District rejected the school district’s emergency requirements additional… Read More