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The Ohio Department of Health director has signed some new orders dealing with the care of older Ohioans.
Cleveland is receiving more than half a billion dollars as part of a federal stimulus package to combat the economic impact of the pandemic. How should that money be spent and who will have input into the decisions?
COVID-19 vaccination rates have slowed in Northeast Ohio and across the country, and combined with new mutations of the virus circulating, health officials fear herd immunity may be out of reach.
Local school districts struggled to garner support for levy proposals in Tuesday’s elections. Measures that would have created additional levies failed for Parma, North Olmsted and Rocky River schools.
Library levies on the ballot in Northeast Ohio overwhelmingly passed; Stow Municipal Court Judge Lisa Coates wins a heated primary race against presiding Judge Kim Hoover; school levies saw mixed results; and more stories.
Also passing was a plan to finally move the Medina court
A new project looks to tap into the hope that comes with finally getting a COVID-19 vaccine through poetry.
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