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Ohio’s March tax receipts take a hit because of COVID-19

Ohio’s March tax receipts take a hit because of COVID-19

“The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all aspects of our lives, including the economic well-being and future of Ohio families and businesses,” House Speaker Larry Householder said.
Ohio to receive more than<br>$8 million to combat pandemic

Ohio to receive more than
$8 million to combat pandemic

“Northeast Ohio has been among the hardest hit in our state by the coronavirus outbreak,” U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan said.
Ohio House Democrats: Stop foreclosures during COVID-19 crisis

Ohio House Democrats: Stop foreclosures during COVID-19 crisis

The U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday that 272,129 Ohio residents filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending March 28.
'This is not over,' DeWine warns as stay-at-home extended to May 1

'This is not over,' DeWine warns as stay-at-home extended to May 1

Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton called on young people to take the disease seriously as the weather gets warmer. She expects the peak of the pandemic between April 15 and May 15.
State distributes $8.8M in meal assistance for older Ohioans

State distributes $8.8M in meal assistance for older Ohioans

The funds were distributed to the state’s 12 Area Agencies on Aging to support meals programming for older Ohioans at highest risk for malnutrition and hunger.
Pennsylvania inmates quarantined after first COVID-19 case confirmed

Pennsylvania inmates quarantined after first COVID-19 case confirmed

Inmates will eat in their cells and come out only for video chats, phone calls and visits to the law library.
143 Ohio death sentences active, according to capital crimes report

143 Ohio death sentences active, according to capital crimes report

Fifty-six death row inmates have been executed under Ohio’s current law since 1981.
Ohio takes steps to increase access to high-speed internet

Ohio takes steps to increase access to high-speed internet

State-ordered COVID-19 school closures have made the Ohio Broadband Strategy "more important than ever."
Ohio hospitals remain mum on local bed, ventilator counts

Ohio hospitals remain mum on local bed, ventilator counts

The availability of resources to care for COVID-19 patients could mean life or death for thousands of Ohioans. Yet, Ohioans don’t know how many beds and ventilators are available where they live.
Youngstown, Warren receive federal funding for homeless, housing needs

Youngstown, Warren receive federal funding for homeless, housing needs

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded $137,446,209 to Ohio state and community governments.