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Frustrated by lockdown, relatives of long-term care residents want to be 'essential'

Frustrated by lockdown, relatives of long-term care residents want to be 'essential'

“We’ve lost out on over six months with my mother and — let’s face it — she doesn’t have that much time left," Renee Ciotti said.
Youngstown schools CEO appears with governor on state update

Youngstown schools CEO appears with governor on state update

The state also unveiled a dashboard detailing the number of COVID-19 cases among children. Mahoning County has reported 143 cases, the 11th-highest among Ohio's 88 counties; Trumbull has reported 67 cases, the 23rd-highest; Columbiana has reported 37 cases, the 35th-highest.
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.
Millennial Theatre Company to produce tribute to COVID-19 victims

Millennial Theatre Company to produce tribute to COVID-19 victims

The theater company will honor those who have died by including their names and photos in a special tribute song during the performance of “Songs for a New World.”
Trumbull County reports 3 new coronavirus cases, 1 death

Trumbull County reports 3 new coronavirus cases, 1 death

A total of 1,303 people in the county, including 464 from Warren, have completed quarantine periods and been released.
Ohio reporting 928 new cases of COVID-19; 133,046 total

Ohio reporting 928 new cases of COVID-19; 133,046 total

There have been 2,971 confirmed and probable cases to date in Mahoning County; 1,829 in Trumbull; and 1,900 in Columbiana.
Columbiana County reports 10 new cases, 8 new deaths

Columbiana County reports 10 new cases, 8 new deaths

The health district received death information from a long term care facility that had not previously been entered into the Ohio Disease Reporting System. Eight deaths were reported in the facility between Aug. 26 and Sept. 13.
Ohio 'not unique' in harassment of health officials, DeWine said

Ohio 'not unique' in harassment of health officials, DeWine said

Here's what 'not unique' means: An official with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, said attacks on health officials have been particularly severe in California, Colorado, Georgia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. 
What's new in school? Officials say students, staff adjusting well

What's new in school? Officials say students, staff adjusting well

Mahoning Matters checked in with superintendents in Boardman, Canfield, Howland, Jackson-Milton and Western Reserve to find out how the new school year has gone so far.
Trumbull county reports 9 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Trumbull county reports 9 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Of the county's 1,816 total reported cases, about 73 are presumed to be active infections.