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Gov. DeWine announces new relief funding plan for schools

Gov. DeWine announces new relief funding plan for schools

The new funding is separate from the $440 million in federal CARES Act funding set aside for public and private K-12 schools and $190 million for higher education institutions.
Watch live: Gov. DeWine updates the state on coronavirus crisis

Watch live: Gov. DeWine updates the state on coronavirus crisis

The governor will provide the latest updates on the coronavirus crisis at 2 p.m.
Mask requirement specifics available after order goes into effect

Mask requirement specifics available after order goes into effect

Although the state's largest hotspots have been at state and federal prisons, the order does not apply to jails or prison facilities. 
Trumbull County surpasses 1,000 coronavirus cases

Trumbull County surpasses 1,000 coronavirus cases

In Trumbull County, 662 people are presumed to have recovered from the disease.
Ohio coronavirus cases increase by more than 1,200

Ohio coronavirus cases increase by more than 1,200

Statewide, 1,234 coronavirus cases were reported since Tuesday. There are 1,861 cases in Mahoning County; 999 in Trumbull; and 1,318 in Columbiana.
Mahoning Auditor's Office requiring masks, distancing

Mahoning Auditor's Office requiring masks, distancing

"My main goals have been to continue to provide outstanding service to taxpayers and businesses while at the same time protecting them and my staff," Auditor Ralph Meacham said.
DeWine's mandate: Mask up, Trumbull County!

DeWine's mandate: Mask up, Trumbull County!

As the governor assures Ohioans "This is a matter of life and death," it's becoming increasingly clear that the path to "back to normal" is going to mean more masks, more social distancing and less disregard for either.
BREAKING | DeWine mandates masks in seven Level 3 "Red" counties

BREAKING | DeWine mandates masks in seven Level 3 "Red" counties

Currently, the order, which goes into effect at 6 p.m. Wednesday, applies to: Trumbull, Franklin, Cuyahoga, Huron, Butler, Hamilton and Montgomery counties. 
Ohio coronavirus surge continues with nearly 1,000 new cases

Ohio coronavirus surge continues with nearly 1,000 new cases

Statewide, there have been 2,718 confirmed deaths, including 238 in Mahoning County; 75 in Trumbull; and 60 in Columbiana; along with another 252 “probable deaths." Hospitalizations on Tuesday saw the largest increase since May 29.
ONE Health Ohio offers drive-thru COVID-19 testing Friday

ONE Health Ohio offers drive-thru COVID-19 testing Friday

Participants must preregister by noon Thursday.