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March 26th

Track and field: Bobcats begin outdoor season with top finishes

The Ohio track and field team opened its outdoor season Thursday traveling to the Wake Forest Open.

Softball: Ohio loses 6 of 7 games over break

Instead of California dreamin', the Bobcats' spring break trip was a nightmare.

Baseball: Huskies sweep 'Cats in MAC opener

Joe Carbone does not know how to explain his Bobcats' early road struggles. With a 7-2 loss to Northern Illinois yesterday Ohio dropped to 0-8 in road games this season.

March 22nd

Ohio soccer player dies in balcony fall

Sarah Merritt, a forward on the Ohio soccer team, died after falling from a fifth-floor balcony at her hotel on Hilton Head Island, S.C., this past week.

JUST IN: Governor's plan could help education affordability

Although the vice chancellor of Ohio's Board of Regents described Governor Ted Strickland's proposed increase in higher education funding modest and meager

March 18th

JUST IN: Federal Hocking enters fiscal watch

State Auditor Mary Taylor has placed Federal Hocking Local School District into a fiscal watch because the district failed to complete a financial plan to minimize a growing debt that is predicted to

NEWS UPDATE: Nelsonville teen charged with 129 felonies

Law enforcement officials, area residents and the neighbors of a 13-year-old Nelsonville boy charged with more than 100 felonies say they think rehabilitation, not incarceration, is the most appropria

Two arrested for alleged meter change theft

Bond was set at $2,500 each for two men arrested by Athens police early this morning after they were observed removing change from meters in the city's parking garage.

March 9th

JUST IN: Business students suggest Halloween changes

Two groups of Ohio University business students recommended Wednesday that the city implement a more structured Halloween plan and sponsor party alternatives to make the celebration more open to area

NEWS UPDATE: Jail warden resigns

William Jeff Gillespie, warden of the Southeast Ohio Regional Jail, resigned verbally yesterday through his lawyer during a meeting of the jail's commission, which accepted the resignation

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