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Trump says GM should use sold Lordstown plant to make ventilators

Trump says GM should use sold Lordstown plant to make ventilators

GM sold the plant in November to Lordstown Motors Corp., which intends to manufacture a line of electric fleet pickup trucks.
Q&A | Tim Ryan, Dr. Harte answer COVID-19 questions

Q&A | Tim Ryan, Dr. Harte answer COVID-19 questions

Please send additional coronavirus questions to news@mahoningmatters.com.
$250 for a two-liter bottle of hand sanitizer?

$250 for a two-liter bottle of hand sanitizer?

Ohio AG joins push for stronger efforts against online price gouging.
BUSINESS UPDATES | Ohio gas prices continue to plunge

BUSINESS UPDATES | Ohio gas prices continue to plunge

Among the business updates this week: Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber; PBS Western Reserve; and BP-Husky Refining.
Your Morning Matters: “Keeping the Faith” is our plan

Your Morning Matters: “Keeping the Faith” is our plan

Today we introduce “Keeping the Faith,” a dose of positivity and spirituality from the Rev. Lewis W. Macklin.
Keeping the Faith | We must remain in close social — and spiritual — connection

Keeping the Faith | We must remain in close social — and spiritual — connection

I know in this unprecedented season, we need faith more than fear, peace before panic, calmness instead of chaos and, yes, to seek both hope and help. 
Social distancing doesn’t mean social disconnecting

Social distancing doesn’t mean social disconnecting

AARP Ohio Director Holly Holtzen suggests checking in on older neighbors who might be isolated, and sending cards, letters, magazines or other items to loved ones at assisted-living facilities.
Coronavirus' upward slope continues — here's a look at what's happening

Coronavirus' upward slope continues — here's a look at what's happening

When the new coronavirus hits its peak in Ohio — expectedly between late April and mid-May — state health officials are expecting between 6,000 and 8,000 new cases per day.
Boardman Schools changes food distribution to high school only

Boardman Schools changes food distribution to high school only

Meals will be available on Monday beginning at 11 a.m.
Health chief: More needs to be done to slow COVID-19 spread

Health chief: More needs to be done to slow COVID-19 spread

Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton said preventative measures have decreased the virus' impact on the state's hospitals from 50 to 75 percent.