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Athens City Council Introduces Richland Underpass ‘Safety’ Project

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ATHENS — A project intended to lower vehicular and pedestrian traffic along Richland Avenue was introduced Monday by Athens City Council for preliminary review. The “pedestrian improvement” project, which officials say will create an “underpass” between West Green and the corridor near Porter Hall, is set to cost $3 million. The city, however, will be… Read More

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Fun Barn Robber Convicted

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ATHENS – A Logan man was convicted and sentenced on multiple counts involving a robbery at the Movies 10 in Nelsonville, according to officials. Dillon M. Deible, 20, was sentenced to five years in prison by Athens County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Lang on Tuesday. Three years of his sentence is mandatory. Deible was charged… Read More

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Conversion Therapy Banned in Athens

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ATHENS  – Athens City Council members unanimously approved the ban of conversion therapy within the city limits Monday night at their regular meeting. “(Athens is) a city full of love and tolerance, inclusiveness and community,” said Councilmember Chris Fahl before the measure was approved. “This was brought forth by people who wanted to see change. That’s the… Read More

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Solar Eclipse Brings Excitement, Caution

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At about 2:30 p.m. today, the skies will be the focus for the nation, as a solar eclipse overshadows all other events. Though retailers and optometrists’ offices alike are completely sold out of special “eclipse glasses,” made to view the eclipse, two different events are holding them for attendees. Little Fish Brewery has been holding… Read More

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OU Prof Under Fire Resigns

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ATHENS — An Ohio University professor, facing termination after a string of sexual harassment cases, resigned just two weeks before a professional hearing that would have decided his fate. Dr. Andrew Escobedo resigned Friday afternoon, according to a statement from the university. “As part of his resignation, he has waived his right to a Faculty… Read More