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Several dozen people stood vigil for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Court Street during a somber Saturday evening.
A vigil is currently being held Uptown in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died yesterday at 87:
Athenians gather outside the Athens Courthouse on Court Street to pay respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Check out the first video in the Vote Ohio series and learn what you need to know about mail-in voting for the upcoming election.
Ohio University administrators addressed questions regarding phase two of Ohio U’s phased return to campus at a virtual student town hall Thursday.
The League of Women Voters of Athens County hosted a virtual debate for the candidates of the Athens County Court of Common Pleas Judge, Probate/Juvenile Division on Tuesday.
Ohio University Faculty Senate discussed plans for the coming weeks before the second phase of a student return to campus and what spring semester may look like at their meeting Monday night.
Athens City Council returned to environment-related discussions that began before the pandemic regarding solar power and weeds during their virtual committee meeting Monday.
Ohio University undergraduate students elected new Student Senate representatives and executives for the 2020-2021 school year Monday.
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“I’ve been here 29 years and it’s going to be the biggest election I’ve ever seen — definitely going to be the most complicated we’ve ever dealt with,” said Debbie Quivey, the Athens County Board of Elections director.