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Tim Ryan to have Facebook Townhall today to address coronavirus

Tim Ryan to have Facebook Townhall today to address coronavirus

The attending physician to the U.S. Congress will offer up-to-date recommendations on precautions to protect from the virus.
Diocese of Youngstown discourages attending Mass in March

Diocese of Youngstown discourages attending Mass in March

Ohio bishops are cooperating with Gov. Mike Dewine’s ban on gatherings of 100 people or more despite religious gatherings being excluded from the order.
Fans, athletes suffer a loss with postponement of state tourneys

Fans, athletes suffer a loss with postponement of state tourneys

Marlon McGaughy, Chaney’s head coach, said that because all Ohio schools will be closed for three weeks, he thinks the tournaments won’t resume.
Mahoning Valley nursing homes on front line of COVID-19 battle

Mahoning Valley nursing homes on front line of COVID-19 battle

Since last week, John Saulitis, director of Direction Home of Eastern Ohio's long-term care ombudsman program, and his staff have visited each of the 73 nursing homes and assisted living facilities in its region. 
DeWine: All Ohio schools must close for three weeks

DeWine: All Ohio schools must close for three weeks

Ohio school districts may decide to enact additional closure dates outside of the three-week state-mandated closure.
Local and pro sports shut down in face of virus

Local and pro sports shut down in face of virus

In Columbus, the Ohio High School Athletic Association shut down the state girls basketball tournament right before the West Branch game at St. John Arena at Ohio State University.
Coronavirus updates: Man diagnosed in Warren, polling places moved

Coronavirus updates: Man diagnosed in Warren, polling places moved

Here are today's developments: A Valley hospital is treating one of Ohio's coronavirus patients; cancellations include the Mahoning Valley St. Patrick Parade; Mayor Jamael Tito Brown postponed his State of the City address; polling places were moved in Trumbull and Columbiana counties.
BREAKING | Fifth coronavirus case in Ohio confirmed in Warren

BREAKING | Fifth coronavirus case in Ohio confirmed in Warren

The man is a 55-year-old from Trumbull County who had no prior travel history outside Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine said during a Thursday afternoon briefing.
WATCH LIVE | Gov. DeWine to give address on coronavirus in Ohio

WATCH LIVE | Gov. DeWine to give address on coronavirus in Ohio

Click here to watch a live stream of Gov. Mike DeWine's Thursday address on coronavirus in the state, which is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.
UPDATE | State health officials reviewing Warren coronavirus case

UPDATE | State health officials reviewing Warren coronavirus case

The state today may confirm or deny a new reportedly positive test for coronavirus that came from Trumbull County. In addition, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown, a medical tent has been erected outside one entrance.