Daily Rundown July 20, 2020

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Schools’ reopening plans differ on masks, online school, more


AACS requests bond levy millage reduction

Omega breaks ground on $11M Hope Center for Families


New coalition tackles ‘digital divide’ in Cuyahoga County with $3 million fund


University of Akron president warns of more job losses if union contract not ratified


Barberton schools plan includes in-class five days a week and a remote learning option

Parents concerned about back to school options and protocol


Vermilion School District introduces limited capacity, online learning for next school year


City census completion rates fall short of state, national averages


Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County furloughs 58 employees

Centerville Schools release plans, ask parents to weigh-in on blended schedule


Columbus schools may change fall plan, keep all buildings shut


80-plus Ohio high schools that could face pressure to change their nicknames


Out-of-work Ohioans set to lose $600-a-week federal unemployment assistance


As coronavirus surged, Ohio hospitals lost billions in revenue

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine vetoes bill that takes teeth out of health orders


Millions of kids told full return to school in fall unlikely


Second stimulus check: GOP leaders meet to discuss aid package

Trump not ready to commit to election results if he loses


As Trump Ignores Virus Crisis, Republicans Start to Break Ranks


CORONAVIRUS IN OHIO: 74,932 total cases, 3,174 deaths as of Sunday


Gov. DeWine says to expect more health orders this week


Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he ‘certainly would not rule out’ statewide mask ordinance

Coronavirus in Ohio: No enforcement of DeWine mask mandates

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