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Today is Census Day. Here’s what you need to know In light of the coronavirus, the Census Bureau is encouraging residents to fill out the census online, by phone or by mailing in a questionnaire. Nikol Miller, the chairwoman of the Dayton-Montgomery County Complete Count Committee, said at least half of the county will get mailed questionnaires automatically.

Skies will be cloudy Wednesday with highs around 50 degrees Highs will be around 50 degrees, with lows tonight in the middle 30s.

Daily Log: 4/1 Luke’s Hospital Ally and Jessica Mandula, Waterville, girl, March 30. Crime reports Felonious assault Frederick Trombley, assaulted in…

Toledo Crime Log: 4/1 Click on icons in the map to find details of reported crimes. For a full list of all reported crimes in Toledo this week, consult the table below….

Neighbor reports large fire in vacant Piqua house The fire was reported around 6:10 p.m. in the 600 block of South Wayne Street. Crews also were called from Covington and Fletcher to assist. According to Piqua Police Lt. Jerry Fogt, the house was vacant, as the previous occupants had already moved out.

Client Alert: Ohio General Assembly Enacts CRNA Scope of Practice Bill As part of the legislative package providing COVID-19 interventions for the state, the Ohio General Assembly acted to update the Ohio Nurse Practice Act to clarify the scope of practice for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. The General Assembly incorporated Sub.

Central Ohio Economist: "I think 2020 is going to be a rough year for a lot of people" It's been several weeks since many Ohio businesses closed their doors due to COVID-19. Many business owners are worried about the long-term effects of the pandemic and when or even how they'll recover. Colleen Gilger, Director of Economic Development for the City of Dublin, said she's mostly concerned about the service and travel industries.

Students Of The Month Urbana Elementary's October Students of the Month are Barret Abrams, kindergarten, and Alyssa Swan, 1st grade. Urbana Elementary's November Students of the Month are Aniya Minnifield, kindergarten, Jane Somosa, 1st grade, and Amari Underwood, 2nd grade.

4 confirmed cases in Champaign County Champaign County tallied its fourth confirmed COVID-19 case on Tuesday afternoon, according to information from the Champaign Health District. Over the past three days, the total number of confirmed cases in Champaign County has doubled.

Club News BELLEFONTAINE - The Annual Membership Meeting of the Logan County Land Trust on March 9 in Bellefontaine included a speaker and program updates. Two members of the West Liberty Village Council, Jill McKelvey and Jayne Griffith, discussed a potential collaboration for a new village project.

PPE supply ‘will not meet immediate or future needs, ’ Acton says Ohio made its request early for its shipment of PPE from the Strategic National Stockpile for healthcare providers, EMS, law enforcement and other people on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. >> Coronavirus: This Ohio innovation is capturing the nation's attention.

Opinion: Ohio-Made Energy Is Essential to Modern Life From the hand sanitizer in our bags to the life-changing medicine in our cabinets, and from advanced medical equipment to the Band-Aids in our first-aid kits, natural gas and oil is essential to modern life.

IHeartMedia avoids permanent layoffs, furloughs 'small' number of employees CLEVELAND, Ohio - iHeartMedia is furloughing an unspecified number of employees as the largest radio company in the U.S. deals with the effects of the coronavirus crisis.

Ohio Supreme Court to hear cases remotely during coronavirus threat COLUMBUS, Ohio-The seven justices on the Ohio Supreme Court are still joining in opinions during the coronavirus crisis - but now, they'll do so apart from each other. The Supreme Court announced Tuesday it will begin hearing oral arguments remotely because of the viral threat, starting on April 7 and 8.

Q&A: Your most common unemployment questions LIMA - The novel coronavirus has put so many Ohioans out of work that the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has received more than 1 million calls in March, overwhelming the system's servers and phone lines - and creating untold frustration for newly jobless Ohioans struggling to apply for unemployment.

Letter: Beautiful thing is happening As the social worker at Lima Towers, I am experiencing many emotions. We have been so blessed by the many people who have given to our residents during this time. Teens for Christ came and delivered 200 boxes of food, the food bank brought out 70 commodity boxes, and Cheryl Allen Center shared with us lots of produce and baked goods.

Letter: What happened in January? To those who have a short memory or none at all, what was the main news media and CNN printing and broadcasting in January when the virus was first noticed? Guess what? The left or Democrats were so busy trying to impeach President Trump from office and impeachment proceedings that they cared about nothing else.

Letter: Shutting down election wrong I look forward to voting every election. It is a right that every American should exercise. Imagine my surprise on March 17 when I was told there is no voting today, the governor canceled it. My reply was that's impossible. I called the Secretary of State's office.

College cities worry about Census during pandemic At the same time people are worried about the coronavirus, cities are also worried about the Census. Particularly cities with colleges, since thousands of…

Health officials unveil survey to help track coronavirus in Lucas County The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is asking for the public’s help in tracking the coronavirus in Lucas County. Local health officials on Tuesday…

Georgia football podcast: D'Andre Swift shares inspiring story about choosing UGA Georgia football is the No. 1 topic every day on DawgNation Daily - the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans.

Hobby Lobby quietly reopened stores in at least 2 states, defying coronavirus-related shutdowns and prompting police intervention "I used to love working for this company, but since this pandemic, I've seen how callous and irresponsible it has been." "This has all been so stressful and exhausting," an employee in a nearby Midwestern state, where stores have yet to close despite mandates from lawmakers, said.

Physicians Realty Trust Stock Rating Lowered by Mizuho Physicians Realty Trust was downgraded by investment analysts at Mizuho to a "hold" rating in a report released on Monday, TipRanks reports. Several other equities research analysts have also recently issued reports on the company.

World Socialist Web Site The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank sits on the site of the former US Steel Duquesne works which was closed down in the 1980s along with mills and factories up and down the three rivers that make up the Pittsburgh region. Over one hundred of thousand workers lost their jobs during this time.

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