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Ohio has reported more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases to-date

Ohio has reported more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases to-date

Statewide, there have been 3,784 confirmed and probable deaths, including 259 in Mahoning County; 112 in Trumbull; and 60 in Columbiana.
Local transportation agencies receive ODOT grants

Local transportation agencies receive ODOT grants

WRTA, TCT and CARTA CAA are the recipients of money to help expand transportation coordination.
Dozens of AMVETS motorcyclists pay tribute to Judy Dasen

Dozens of AMVETS motorcyclists pay tribute to Judy Dasen

The Memorial Poker Run ride was a fundraiser for Hope Cancer Center.
Your Morning Matters: Marriage advice? Why not!

Your Morning Matters: Marriage advice? Why not!

Gov. Mike DeWine said he expects on Tuesday to unveil a state plan for safe high school sports seasons in the 2020-21 school year.
Youngstown Promise offers designer handbags fundraiser

Youngstown Promise offers designer handbags fundraiser

The proceeds will help prepare kindergarten readiness at Taft and Wilson schools.
Metallica concert coming to the big screen at Elm Road Triple Drive-In

Metallica concert coming to the big screen at Elm Road Triple Drive-In

Tickets cost $115 per car and go on sale at noon today at Ticketmaster.com.
Ohio school reopening plan draws criticism

Ohio school reopening plan draws criticism

A total of 325 public school districts with about 590,000 students plan to return to school full-time, according to state numbers. Meanwhile, 55 districts with approximately 398,000 students will begin the school year remotely, while 154 districts with roughly 380,000 students will have a hybrid of online and in-person learning.
YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS | Have mandatory minimum sentences made us safer?

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS | Have mandatory minimum sentences made us safer?

As early as 1991, the United States Sentencing Commission issued a report to Congress that denounced mandatory minimums. In the 19 years since, the calls for doing away with them has grown louder and more diverse. Rand Paul and Hillary Clinton have denounced them.
DeWine suggests green light for high school sports; plan to come Tuesday

DeWine suggests green light for high school sports; plan to come Tuesday

Jim Penk, Austintown athletic director, said the waiting hasn't been easy for anyone. "You just hold your breath every day because you don't know what is going to happen next."
Trumbull County reports 22 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Trumbull County reports 22 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Countywide, 1,002 people, including 415 from Warren, have completed quarantine periods; 1,249 people are presumed to have recovered from the disease.