Daily Rundown September 11, 2020

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Newbury committee says private meeting needed for exploring future of property

Some school districts in Franklin County will transition to blended learning

Wrong numbers published in new phone book

Beachwood school board member says Councilman Burkons set up fake social media account last fall to speak against her candidacy

Student-athletes at CPS make plea to play sports

The Covid-19 pandemic has cost the region’s largest school district $35 million to date, according to its treasurer, WVXU reports

2020 Census response rate in Cuyahoga County is 66 percent

West G settles seniority dispute with former Newbury teachers

University of Akron, faculty union file dueling briefs in arbitration over layoffs

Top election officials leave office months before presidential election

Lorain County JVS students return to staggered schedules

COVID-19 cases drop in Lucas County: How soon could TPS return to the classroom?

Lucas County infection threat downgraded from red to orange on state map

PX column: Ditch the city-state mentality in Cincinnati and pay attention to Columbus. If not now, then when?

Trump’s campaign jumps into Ohio elections fight, opposing lawsuit over multiple drop boxes in counties

Frank LaRose encourages voters to request absentee ballots by Oct. 27

DeWine’s pick for Ohio health department director withdraws hours after announcement

State supreme court rejects bid by Kanye West to get on Ohio ballot

Here’s when Ohio’s first school-based COVID-19 data will be released

Ohio unemployment claims fell again during the first week in September

House committee holds hearing on repeal of utility bailout law

Court blocks Trump order to exclude undocumented immigrants from census count

Meet some of the Ohio Republicans backing Biden

Facebook returns to its roots with launch of Campus for college students

Ohio has 1,121 new coronavirus cases, as Gov. Mike DeWine urges flu vaccines: Thursday update


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