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3 hrs ago | The Marion Star
Students already strapped for cash to pay for a college education won't get much relief this year: Tuition at 11 of Ohio's 13 traditional, four-year public universities will rise this fall.
6 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Athens County law-enforcement officials said today they are joining the Fairfield-Hocking Major Crimes Unit to collaborate in investigating drug trafficking and related crimes along the Rt.
10 hrs ago | The Advocate
A Granville businessman hopes to build an aerial photography business with the latest technology -- a "drone."
When the Wabi Sabi dancers of the Atlanta Ballet company graced the Ohio University-Lancaster Wagner Theatre stage Tuesday, they delivered an experience unique for the Lancaster Festival.
This is not about my own mortality; I feel my body's anarchy everyday. My time may also be nigh.
The 2014 River Recreation Festival Queen's Pageant will take place Thursday at 8 p.m. on the main stage.
Donna Underwood has two main goals in life. They are to provide students with opportunities that she didn't have after graduating from high school, while - at the same time - honoring her late husband, John.
Students already strapped for cash to pay for a college education won't get much relief this year.
For months, Samm Newman filled her Instagram feed with photos of herself in bras and boy shorts.
It's theater director A. Victor Jones who truly wields the magic wand on stage and off at Ohio University-Lancaster.
Eleven of the 13 traditional, four-year public universities are raising tuition for next school year.
Someday in the near future, after the main building at Greystone is torn down, there will be one of those historic site markers on the hilltop overlooking the soccer fields, baseball diamonds and roller hockey rinks at Morris County's Central Park.
Chief Bryan Mount, who has been with the Mount Orab Police Department for 27 years - 14 as its chief - didn't mean to cause a ruckus on the Ohio University campus on Tuesday.
Due to the retirement of four employees and the opening of an instructor job, the Washington County Career Center administration has been busy filling vacant positions.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:05 pm
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