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There’s little time for physicians to celebrate National Doctor’s Day

There’s little time for physicians to celebrate National Doctor’s Day

"We came to work for you, so please stay at home for us. That's probably one of the best ways to help support the providers is to trust in the work that's being done within the health system in how we respond to this pandemic," said Dr. Eric Adkins at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
2 Youngstown State students receive top honors

2 Youngstown State students receive top honors

Fitch graduate Emily Henline will be part of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Your Morning Matters: Virus hits too close to home

Your Morning Matters: Virus hits too close to home

Last week we said it was going to get worse. And so it has.
Youngstown City Council cancels meetings for Wednesday

Youngstown City Council cancels meetings for Wednesday

City officials are planning virtual meetings for April.
Census Bureau postpones training and field operations

Census Bureau postpones training and field operations

Social distancing measures to protect workers haven’t been finalized.
The Earnheardts | No bus In the 'Bus Hole'

The Earnheardts | No bus In the 'Bus Hole'

Being lazy now could result in future therapy sessions where March 2020 is identified as the moment when it all went off the rails. Dreams crushed by unqualified parents who couldn’t explain the difference between a cube and a rectangular prism (fact). 
Prepped Wellness provides 'full circle of health'  during pandemic

Prepped Wellness provides 'full circle of health'  during pandemic

The health and wellness company recently partnered with Preferred IT Solutions in New Castle, raising more than $1,000 for meals for the community. 
East teachers staying sharp during pandemic with online training

East teachers staying sharp during pandemic with online training

The district is utilizing "Keys to Literacy," a leading provider of literacy teacher training, curriculum, ongoing coaching and materials for educators across the country. 
The latest on Valley houses of worship offering streaming services

The latest on Valley houses of worship offering streaming services

Here are the religious institutions in the Mahoning Valley that are offering streaming services as people stay home to slow the COVID-19 pandemic.
FDA approves mask-sterilization tech after DeWine push

FDA approves mask-sterilization tech after DeWine push

Gov. Mike DeWine said the FDA fully approved a technology from a Columbus-based firm to sterilize and reuse masks used by healthcare workers and first responders treating coronavirus.