Daily Rundown August 25, 2020

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What Happens if Zoom Goes Down?

Universities open fall classes to new realities

Dayton teachers union members cast ballots in drive-thru vote

Dayton Unit NAACP & school members answer back to school concerns

As Hewlett-Packard Can’t Deliver Computers on Time, Cleveland School District Sent Scrambling to Find 9,000 New Laptops in Two Weeks

Flats East Bank project seeks rare TIF extension — from 30 years to 60

Akron school board again rejects restarting sports this fall

YMCA behavioral school to close after 50 years as Akron Public Schools contract ends

Cleveland City Council legislation would press state to allow more drop boxes for voters, contemplates legal action

Strongsville High School football games, practices suspended for confirmed coronavirus case

Northeast Ohio institutions react to ransomware attack on Blackbaud

‘YOU ARE HERE’: University of Akron students return to class Monday in person and online

University of Dayton postpones in-person instruction after Covid-19 cases escalate

State releases funds for Bascule Bridge, Lorain County Community College upgrades

Area elections boards see early influx of absentee ballot requests

Don't wait to vote by mail

Ohio’s rural schools face unknown with in-person classes amid COVID

Ohio State projects loss of $130 million in athletics revenue

State lawmakers request more time to consider whether to pay postage for Ohio mail ballots

Ohio House Speaker’s School Funding Bill Gets New Sponsor and New Look

The move to impeach Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine: A necessary step, or a blow to democracy?

Ohio to let child-care providers host kids learning online

Social Security could run out by 2023 if Trump ends payroll tax, chief actuary finds

'We shouldn’t have to beg': Americans struggle without unemployment aid as Congress stalls on extending benefits

Mapping Ohio’s 115,651 coronavirus cases, trends, updates

COVID-19 in Ohio: Fewer than 1,000 new cases added, positive rate stays flat

Northeast Ohio hospital to serve as study site for COVID-19 vaccine


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