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New Ohio Democratic Party Chair Faces Big Challenges
Ohio has become an increasingly "red" state as Republicans have scored significant wins over Democrats. It's up to Summit County Councilwoman Liz Walters, who recently took over as chairwoman of the Ohio Democratic Party, to lead the effort to change that.
Considering the Relevance of Black History Month in 2021
Stark County community leaders will be sharing personal essays on the relevance of Black history month.
Increase in Voter Turnout for the 2020 General Election Prepares Ohio for Possible Challenges in the Future
With an election as big as 2020's, Ohio saw an increase in the number of voters and is prepared to make adjustments for the upcoming spring election.
New Ohio Legislature Has Busy Session Ahead
Republicans will continue to dominate the legislative branch of Ohio government in the 134th General Assembly.
'We Always Seem to Make Room': Tuscarawas County ER Doctor is Concerned but Hopeful About the Winter Coronavirus Surge
Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital emergency room Dr. Nate Johnson says on a scale of 0-10, his level of concern is at an eight. But he's hopeful his staff can manage the winter coronavirus surge that his facility at roughly 80% capacity, according to NPR data.
Coronavirus Precautions: In Restaurants, at the Drive-Thru and Everywhere Else. OH Really?
How does the temperature affect mask-wearing?