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DeWine Announces “Stay Safe Ohio” Order Through May 29

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UPDATE (2:15 p.m.) Gov. Mike DeWine said during his Friday press conference that the new order is a “Stay Safe Ohio” order, not a Stay-At-Home order. “Social distancing and face coverings are still very, very important,” DeWine said. “May 29th is the expiration date for the new order, but don’t read too much into that date…. Read More

Expanded Stay-At-Home Order Begins For Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An expanded stay-at-home order in Ohio includes new provisions for businesses and residents. The order, which takes effect Monday, April 6, directs businesses that are still open to determine and enforce a maximum number of customers and to ensure those outside are keeping a safe distance from one another. Many travelers… Read More

Authorities Continue To Cite COVID-19 Health Order Violations In Athens

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Three more people in Athens are facing charges of violating Ohio’s “stay-at-home” health order to practice physical distancing in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. According to police reports, Athens police officers responded to two separate “nuisance parties” on Mill Street Friday, April 3, where the Ohio University students… Read More

picture of house at 112 E. State Street where Athens Police were called to investigate a nuisance complaint

Athens Police Charge Man With Violating COVID-19 Health Order

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A nuisance complaint in Athens ended with police officers arresting a person for violating the Ohio’s “stay-at-home” health order. According to the police report, officers received the complaint Tuesday afternoon. Soon after they arrived at 112 East State Street, Andrew Wagner Ohliger, 23, of Amherst, was cited. Ohliger is listed as… Read More