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Local scores: Indians 4, Baltimore Orioles 3
Municipal internet: Ohio Republican lawmakers are trying to strangle municipal broadband programs in Ohio and hold up $190 million in proposed state funding to expand high-speed internet to underserved areas of the state, under language slipped into the state budget plan at the last minute, Jeremy Pelzer reports. Under the language, the 30 or so municipal broadband programs in Ohio – including in cities such as Fairlawn, Hudson, Medina, and Wadsworth – would not be allowed to operate so long as there is a private-sector company operating in the area, as there are in most, if not all of the cities. The changes, if passed, would lead to the closure of every municipal broadband program in Ohio and prevent any other municipality from starting one, according to opponents.
USS Cod crash: The day before the USS Cod was towed to Erie, Pennsylvania, for repairs, the skipper called the U.S. Coast Guard, worried about congestion in North Coast Harbor. But Peter Krouse reports the inoperable World War II submarine struck a Coast Guard cutter, causing superficial damage to both boats. The incident did not prevent Cod from continuing to Erie, where it is to undergo 6-8 weeks of planned repairs at Donjon Shipbuilding.
Lordstown troubles: The top two executives at Lordstown Motors have resigned as problems at the Ohio electric truck startup mount. CEO Steve Burns and Chief Financial Officer Julio Rodriguez stepped down, the company said Monday, sending shares already down 40% this year tumbling more than 17%.
This Week in the CLE: The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority on Friday canceled its first attempt to find a manufacturer to replace its aging rail fleet after it received only one proposal that did not meet its needs. We’re talking about the limited lifespan of the remaining cars on This Week in the CLE, cleveland.com’s daily half-hour news podcast.
Pictogram people become unlikely MVPs One of the most striking sequences in the Tokyo Olympics' opening ceremony revolved around pictograms. Tokyo organizers have been touting their "kinetic pictograms," which show figures bursting into motion across dozens of...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — President Joe Biden declared preserving voting rights an urgent national “test of our time” on Tuesday but offered few concrete proposals to meet it.Texas Democrats took theirown dramatic action to stymie Republican efforts to tighten ballot...
بيروت - رويترز - استقال سعد الحريري من منصبه كرئيس للوزراء في لبنان يوم الثالثاء معلنا انه وصلإلى ”طريق مسدود“ في محاولة لحل أزمة نجمت عن احتجاجات ضخمة ضد الطبقة الحاكمة وأغرقتالبالد في االضطرابات. وتشير خطوة السياسي السني البارز إلى تصاعد التوترات السياسية التي قد...
Ohio will announce a second coronavirus vaccine incentive program within the next few days in a new attempt to boost the state’s vaccination rate, Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday.DeWine did not provide details but hinted it could include smaller amounts of money meant...
First child tax credit payment went out this week. What to know about checks, eligibility and opting out!
Most families can look out for a check from the IRS. This first payment as part of the advance child tax credit in 2021 means that most families will be eligible to receive up to $3,600 per child between now and 2022, in a series of monthly payments (mostly). That’s...
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