You are viewing the April 16, 2020 daily archives
President Trump has said he believes many states could begin to re-open even before the federal guidelines for social distancing and mitigation expire on May 1.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Gov. Mike DeWine says the plan to restart Ohio’s economy begins on May 1, when the stay at home order expires. But one of the experts involved in the modeling that Ohio is using to create its pandemic policy says it’ll be a slow process. Michael Oglesbee is the… Read More
Congress isn’t known for passing broad legislation quickly. Its response to the 2008 economic crisis has parallels with the coronavirus — and this period could also mean political blowback for some.
School districts are going to great lengths to keep students and families engaged and connected. But when it’s not possible to get all online, they’re turning back to an earlier device: the telephone.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WOSU) — Ohio will begin the slow process of reopening shuttered businesses on May 1, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday. “I will fight just as hard to get this economy back – I will give it everything I have – as I have fought to save the lives of Ohioans,” DeWine said at his… Read More
The Paycheck Protection Program opened on April 3, and it was plagued with delays and technical difficulties from the start.
A conversation with Phoebe Bridgers, a devout student of Smith’s music, about how the final album of his lifetime lit a path between basement grit and polished studio splendor.
Most farmers should be able to take out loans as a result of the relief bill, either through Economic Injury Disaster Loan program or the Paycheck Protection Program, which is meant to cover payroll for the short-term for small businesses. PBS NewsHour’s Lisa Desjardins and Dan Bush answered this question and others about the coronavirus… Read More
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (OVR) — Unemployment insurance claims are still reaching unprecedented levels across the Ohio Valley region. At least 287,576 people in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia joined those seeking help during the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. That’s in addition to the roughly 755,000 claims form the three states in the previous two… Read More
CLEVELAND, Ohio – In the past, community centers have been a gathering place and the hub of activity for many families and neighborhoods. With our new normal due to the stay-at-home orders implemented to combat COVID-19, community centers have had to come up with new and novel ways to keep their communities invested and active. … Read More
While many educators may be able to interact with their students remotely with relative ease, utilizing video chat services like Zoom and Microsoft Teams, providing guidance for students in the performing arts has poised an especially difficult problem for performing arts faculty at Ohio University. One that has, in turn, led to equally creative educational… Read More
PBS Reveals Surprising Truths About Climate Change in New Documentary CLIMATE CHANGE – THE FACTS Premieres on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, 2020 8:00-9:00 p.m. on PBS New One-Hour Special Examines the Startling Impact of Climate Change and Poses Potential Solutions On Earth Day, PBS will premiere a compelling new documentary, CLIMATE CHANGE –… Read More
A friend hurts us, an angry driver takes their rage into our lane of traffic, or our opinions conflict and misunderstanding occurs. Is there a way to reroute a bad day? Yes! Author and psychotherapist Micki Fine Pavlicek is using her new book, May All People and Pigs Be Happy, to teach kids and adults… Read More