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Loychik wants to make Ohio a Second Amendment sanctuary state

Loychik wants to make Ohio a Second Amendment sanctuary state

“Members of the Ohio General Assembly and U.S. Congress have a duty to uphold the rights of citizens across this country. This includes the freedoms granted to us under the Second Amendment of our Constitution,” state Rep. Mike Loychik of Bazetta said.
BUSINESS UPDATES | Sheely’s event raises $10,979 for Project MKC

BUSINESS UPDATES | Sheely’s event raises $10,979 for Project MKC

Among today's business updates: Next Level Fitness Academy; Aqua Ohio; BRITE Energy Innovators; 898 Marketing; Mahoning County Career and Technical Center; and AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
YSU focuses on testing, vaccines for spring semester

YSU focuses on testing, vaccines for spring semester

“My goal would be if everybody that wants to be vaccinated is vaccinated by June,” YSU President Jim Tressel said. “I think that would bode well for us for the fall.”
As Ohio works to balance vaccine rollout, Biden promises 1.4 million more doses each week

As Ohio works to balance vaccine rollout, Biden promises 1.4 million more doses each week

There are about 2.2 million Ohioans included in the state's current vaccination phase for the elderly and school workers. The state receives, on average, 146,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine each week.
DeWine offers path to eliminate state's 10 p.m. curfew

DeWine offers path to eliminate state's 10 p.m. curfew

The governor said during Tuesday's briefing on the state's coronavirus response that if the number of people hospitalized in the state each day for COVID-19 stays below 3,500 for seven straight days, the curfew would be pushed back to 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. for two weeks.
Ohio reporting 2,813 new COVID-19 cases, 174 in the Valley

Ohio reporting 2,813 new COVID-19 cases, 174 in the Valley

Since yesterday’s report, there have been 90 new cases in Mahoning County; 60 in Trumbull; and 24 in Columbiana.
UPDATE | Lawmakers continue fight to repeal the Youngstown Plan

UPDATE | Lawmakers continue fight to repeal the Youngstown Plan

“There’s no time for lip service, posturing, empty rhetoric or political maneuvering. Thousands of kids are depending on us to act, to save them from a tyrannical system that is robbing them of the opportunity to achieve, succeed and realize their dreams,” the state representative said.
Oakland Center for the Arts youth program receives $15,000 grant

Oakland Center for the Arts youth program receives $15,000 grant

After not being able to produce shows for more than a year, the Kids First Theater initiative is starting back slowly and safely, with three workshops and two performances after each one.
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.
Columbiana health district adds second vaccination hotline

Columbiana health district adds second vaccination hotline

Eligible residents can now call either 330-692-2210 or 330-429-5133 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to reserve a dose.