Daily Rundown May 20, 2020

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Tri-C announces plans to deal with financial impact of coronavirus pandemic

Summit County primary turnout plunges to 21% as results are certified from coronavirus-delayed election

Granville Superintendent: Parents should plan for change for next school year

State superintendents figuring out best way to reopen schools in Ohio

Olmsted Falls City Schools superintendent discusses state’s $700,000 cut to district

Mayfield Heights residents officially approve Issue 9 income tax increase

Planning group wants Akron and Canton considered part of Greater Cleveland

Northwest Local anticipates $3.8 million loss in revenue

Plain Local to lose $1.3 million in state funds for May and June

Census response rates vary by Dayton neighborhood

Wright State University Foundation taps prominent local CEO to board of trustees

Owens Community College president announces departure

River View starts layoffs, state funding cuts cause further concern

Federal judge orders Ohio to allow state issue campaigns to collect electronic petition signatures

What will Ohio schools look like when they reopen? Lawmakers trying to decide


Trump threatens funding after Michigan absentee ballot move

Mapping Ohio’s 28,952 coronavirus cases, updates, trends

Ohio lifts remainder of stay-at-home order, gatherings still limited to 10

Models show a likely rise in coronavirus infections as Ohio reopens. The key is managing the risk, experts say

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