Daily Rundown August 17, 2020

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Akron school board affirms decision to postpone sports, but will revisit following DeWine guidance Tuesday

Akron judge to receive award from Final Farewell Project

Kettering schools ‘not willing to roll the dice’; board OKs all remote classes

The other crisis in Toledo

As semester begins, universities prepare for influx of students

PX column: Why Ohio lawmakers need to balance power on parks board

Columbus-area schools prepare for students’ ‘COVID slide’

Franklin County has spent almost half of its federal COVID funding

City school levy not seen as cure-all

Postal Service reduces mail sorting capacity, warns Ohio some absentee ballots may not be delivered in time to count

Is Frank LaRose right to start an Ohio voter purge in midst of pandemic?

Suburban League schools continue to evaluate fall sports offerings

Like audience members, Ohio delegates are watching the Democratic National Convention from afar

House returning to DC to vote on stopping postal cutbacks before mail balloting

New voting laws revive fights over ‘ballot harvesting’

Masks are on superintendents' back-to-school shopping lists. Some leaders wonder if there will be enough.

Stimulus Talks Are Stuck In $1 Trillion Ditch Over Aid To States

With flu season looming, health experts fear ‘twindemic’

Coronavirus: 108,287 cases, 3,826 deaths in Ohio

Hospitalizations trend down in latest coronavirus numbers


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