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Gov. Mike DeWine said state investigators would begin cracking down on restaurants and bars that don't meet reopening guidelines on social distancing.
Construction begins on Mill Creek Park maintenance facility

Construction begins on Mill Creek Park maintenance facility

Access to the project site will be closed to the public for the duration of the project, which is expected to be completed within five to six months.
Virtual 5K run/walk underway to benefit OH WOW!

Virtual 5K run/walk underway to benefit OH WOW!

Homes and Hops is sponsoring the inaugural race.
Youngstown City Schools to recognize graduating eighth-graders

Youngstown City Schools to recognize graduating eighth-graders

“We hope to give our scholars a little bit of ‘normal’ to wrap up their school year before transitioning to high school,” Jessica Thomas, Volney Rogers’ school counselor, said.
Ohio continues to reopen, but some lawmakers want a faster pace

Ohio continues to reopen, but some lawmakers want a faster pace

State Sens. Kristina Roegner, R-Hudson, and Rob McColley, R-Napoleon, introduced a bill to immediately end Ohio’s shutdown.
Mahoning Valley residents rise to challenge from McDonough Museum of Art

Mahoning Valley residents rise to challenge from McDonough Museum of Art

The museum has received more than 200 entries, and residents can still participate.
YSU student makes mask straps for frontline workers

YSU student makes mask straps for frontline workers

The mask straps are meant to alleviate ear pain that healthcare workers may experience as a result of wearing a face mask for long hours. The cost of the straps has been covered by more than $600 in donations.
DeWine: Ohio will crack down on crowded restaurants, bars

DeWine: Ohio will crack down on crowded restaurants, bars

Also, new data released Monday show Ohio's state prisons have one of the worst COVID-19 death rates per capita in the country.
Trumbull County reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Trumbull County reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Another 392 people, including 68 from Warren, have completed quarantine periods and have been released.
DeWine: Investigators will target 'bad actors' among bars, restaurants

DeWine: Investigators will target 'bad actors' among bars, restaurants

"If we're going to make this [economic] recovery ... people have to feel safe when they go out," the governor said after social media over the weekend revealed crowded scenes with little or no social distancing.