Daily Rundown July 30, 2020

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Dayton Public Schools goes online for at least first quarter

EmpowerCLE internet connection plan accelerated because of the coronavirus pandemic

Auditor's Office to disburse property tax revenue

Pepper Pike town hall on Beech Brook rezoning has residents making their cases as election approaches

Local school district plans 'soft opening' to help students, teachers adjust to COVID-19 practices

West Geauga Schools Unveil Reopening Plans

Lakewood City Schools superintendent confident district ready with multitiered pandemic reopening plan

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson extends coronavirus declaration of civil emergency through August

How coronavirus could shape the first presidential debate in Cleveland

Barberton City Council OKs property tax levy for November ballot

Former Dayton agency director sentenced to prison in bribery case

Kettering Health Network's 12 emergency departments accredited as senior friendly

Healthcare roundup: These organizations are placing big bets on Piqua

Coronavirus: Programs totaling $20M will aid area schools, nonprofits

Oberlin Schools go all-online until November

How Toledo’s Recent Primary Reveals Truths About The Upcoming Presidential Election

B-C-S plans Aug. 26 opener for schools; face masks supplied

'We're committing together to be a part of the solution': Town halls on race and policing in the Valley continue

Lawmakers seek distance from Householder campaign cash

Meet ‘Representative 3,’ who benefited from Larry Householder’s cover campaign

Race to succeed Larry Householder as Ohio House speaker down to two men

2020 Election Live Updates: Trump Floats Whether to ‘Delay the Election,’ Something He Cannot Legally Do

Teachers may strike if forced back to school

JUST IN: Jobless claims rise as key benefit is set to expire

US economy shrank at record-breaking 33% rate last quarter

Coronavirus in Ohio Wednesday: 87,893 cases, 3,422 deaths reported

Ohio hits a high in the number of people hospitalized with coronavirus


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