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Lawmakers push for direct funding to smaller areas in COVID-19 legislation

Lawmakers push for direct funding to smaller areas in COVID-19 legislation

Without targeted stabilization funding, smaller localities will be unable to continue providing critical services needed to confront the coronavirus, the lawmakers said.
Acton pressed to release more COVID-19 data in hard-hit regions

Acton pressed to release more COVID-19 data in hard-hit regions

"I think it's so early in this to tell what this data actually means," the health chief said as Mahoning County's cases and death rate were addressed at the daily coronavirus update.
DeWine details prisoners who may see early release

DeWine details prisoners who may see early release

The governor said none of the 38 — of the state's nearly 49,000 prisoners — who were screened for early release were violent or sexual offenders.
Ohio reporting 410 new cases of COVID-19; 3,312 total

Ohio reporting 410 new cases of COVID-19; 3,312 total

Statewide, there have been 91 deaths, including 12 in Mahoning County; 7 in Trumbull; and 5 in Columbiana.
U.S. Chamber: More than half of small businesses to be closed within 2 weeks

U.S. Chamber: More than half of small businesses to be closed within 2 weeks

According to the U.S. Chamber's survey, 43 percent of businesses think they have less than six months until a permanent shutdown is unavoidable. One in 10 say they have less than one month.
Watch: Gov. Mike DeWine's April 3 updates on coronavirus crisis

Watch: Gov. Mike DeWine's April 3 updates on coronavirus crisis

The Ohio governor, who broadened the stay-at-home order yesterday, is giving another update today.
No current plans to reopen Northside for COVID-19 pandemic, officials say

No current plans to reopen Northside for COVID-19 pandemic, officials say

Officials are currently considering other locations but weren't ready to discuss them as plans are “very fast-moving.”
Three new COVID-19 deaths in Columbiana county

Three new COVID-19 deaths in Columbiana county

The three were males with underlying conditions and had all been hospitalized. Their ages ranged from 53 to 76 years old.
Keeping the Faith | Coping when our minds are flooded with questions

Keeping the Faith | Coping when our minds are flooded with questions

Oftentimes, when we are in a season of test and trials, our minds are flooded with questions requiring answers. I would imagine the most often asked question is, “Why?”
'This is not over,' DeWine warns as stay-at-home extended to May 1

'This is not over,' DeWine warns as stay-at-home extended to May 1

Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton called on young people to take the disease seriously as the weather gets warmer. She expects the peak of the pandemic between April 15 and May 15.