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City Council’s Resolution On School Facilities Plan Postponed

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ATHENS — Some members of Athens City Council attempted to make a statement about the as-yet incomplete city school district’s facilities plan’s “impact,” but saw the resolution postponed indefinitely. Councilwoman Michele Papai read the resolution during Monday’s regular meeting, which stated “changing the existing Athens City School District facilities will represent a historic shift in… Read More

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Nelsonville Robbery Suspect Apprehended

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NELSONVILLE — The suspect in a bank robbery that caused the lockdown of Nelsonville schools on Monday has been apprehended, according to officials. Kyle Alexander Jones was arrested on two active warrants out of Perry County, according to a press release by the Nelsonville Police Department. “Contact was made” with Jones during a search that… Read More

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Nelsonville Schools On Lockdown: Bank Robbery Suspect On the Loose

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NELSONVILLE — The Nelsonville-York School District initiated a lockdown at about 10:30 a.m. after receiving a report of a bank robbery suspect on the loose. Superintendent Mick McLelland said the schools are under a “soft” lockdown, which means school is continuing as normal, but no activities will occur outside. “There’s no one outside, our (physical… Read More

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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