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New federal sick leave law – who’s eligible, who’s not and...

On March 18, President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into law. The legislation is an emergency intervention to provide paid leave...

Chamber releases business resources as Small Business Administration loans open up

As small businesses navigate the complicated environment of the coronavirus pandemic, local agencies and national companies are providing resources to guide owners through the...

AG’s office orders stop on ‘non-essential’ abortions; legislators, advocates condemn move

Legislators and advocates around the state are reacting after the Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost's Office ordered two Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio to...

Health dept. issues stay-at-home order; Ohioans to shelter in place through...

The director of the Ohio Department of Health issued a “shelter in place” or “stay at home” order Sunday — basically closing all non-essential...

COVID-19 outbreak reported at Miami County senior living facility; 32 suspected...

The novel coronavirus has penetrated a Miami County senior assisted living center, leaving a trail of 32 people showing symptoms, 11 presumptive positives, nine...

Stuck at home? Use your time wisely and fill out the...

Ohioans are being encouraged to make productive use of their time spent at home by completing the U.S. Census.  The census, undertaken every 10 years,...

Blood banks warn of ‘severely declining’ blood supply amid COVID-19 pandemic

Blood banks are growing increasingly worried about a looming shortfall in the nation’s blood supply. They say coronavirus-driven cancelations and closures at major blood drive...

Can Ohio’s divided congressional delegation find common ground on coronavirus?

WASHINGTON — How much paid leave are Ohio employers required to provide under new federal law? Will they be reimbursed? What benefits will workers...

Internet providers commit to keep Ohioans connected during self-isolation, school closures

The closure of schools has caused disruption to students’ schooling and every day routine, so some internet providers are committing to help. Several high-speed internet...

At least 2 members of Congress have coronavirus

WASHINGTON — Two members of the U.S. House announced Wednesday that they had tested positive for COVID-19, leading other lawmakers to announce their own...
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