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DeWine appoints 2 Valley residents to YSU Board of Trustees

DeWine appoints 2 Valley residents to YSU Board of Trustees

The terms for both appointees began Thursday.
4 Mahoning Valley cultural institutions receive federal funds

4 Mahoning Valley cultural institutions receive federal funds

The funds were made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
Ohio reports 797 new COVID-19 cases since Friday

Ohio reports 797 new COVID-19 cases since Friday

Friday's increase of 951 was the largest one-day hike since April 20 and the fourth largest one-day spike throughout the entire pandemic.
Mahoning surpasses 1,700 in COVID-19 cases

Mahoning surpasses 1,700 in COVID-19 cases

Three new hospitalizations and one death are included in Saturday's report from the Ohio Department of Health.
Report card: Ohio ranks 31st for child well-being

Report card: Ohio ranks 31st for child well-being

The Buckeye State also is in the bottom half for Economic Well-Being and Family and Community domain. And those numbers are from before the pandemic hit.
Ohio attorney general says jobless compensation errors should be appealed

Ohio attorney general says jobless compensation errors should be appealed

Ohioans have 21 days to file.
Ursuline student awarded second place in National History Day competition

Ursuline student awarded second place in National History Day competition

Sophia Alleman’s documentary will be made available on the National History Day website and on filmmaker Ken Burns' website.
JILLIAN FROMENT | Health insurance options for Ohioans during COVID-19 pandemic

JILLIAN FROMENT | Health insurance options for Ohioans during COVID-19 pandemic

Obtaining insurance can be a stressful and confusing experience, but the Ohio Department of Insurance can help.
UPDATE | Columbiana reports 52 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death

UPDATE | Columbiana reports 52 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death

Despite the increase, the county noted that it has only seen 336 "community cases" or cases outside of congregate living situations, such as the prison and nursing homes.
Ohio reports nearly 1,000 new coronavirus cases

Ohio reports nearly 1,000 new coronavirus cases

Today's increase in cases is the largest one-day spike since April 20 and the fourth largest one-day spike throughout the entire pandemic.