An online petition has gained over 800 signatures from parents and guardians calling to open Rocky River Schools in the Fall. The school board met Wednesday night and couldn’t come to an agreement on how to reopen schools in a few weeks.
During a live address, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, 73, said he has “no idea” where he contracted the coronavirus from, and he said he hasn’t had a discussion with his doctor about potentially elevated risks given his age.
The same day the Erie County Health Department sent out recommendations that all schools in the county learn remotely for the first nine weeks, Vermilion Local Schools announced it would follow their guidelines.
Akron Police are investigating if the shooting that hurt a 19-year-old man at an ice cream stand has any connection to the one that brought an unidentified gunshot wound victim to the hospital just moments later.
The wrath of COVID-19 has prompted the cancellation of yet another annual tradition in Northeast Ohio. Event planners of the 2020 Cleveland Oktoberfest have announced, after working with various health officials, that it is in the best interest to cancel this years festival.
In a courtroom in Columbus a judge is about to issue her decision on a lawsuit trying to over Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s health order that instituted a 10 p.m. last call for alcohol in bars and restaurants last week.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has made it clear that Ohio school districts can make their own decisions regarding in-person classes, remote learning or a combination of both, but the decision to move forward with high school football and soccer will be a decision he makes in the next couple of weeks.
A Cleveland man who spent nearly a month on a ventilator has made a miraculous recovery. The local pastor and radio host said it was the darkest days of his life and for the first time ever he nearly lost his faith.
Despite a recommendation from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, Mayfield City Schools are keeping student athletes on the practice field this fall, citing contradictions with a previous order by the Ohio Department of Health.
As he has during previous briefings, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine took a moment out of Tuesday’s press conference to describe several scenarios where COVID-19 spread among individuals attending public or family gatherings.