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Housing advocates warn of looming Ohio evictions wave

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Efforts to force people behind on their rent from their homes following the expiration of a federal moratorium on evictions could increase in the next few weeks and months, advocates for affordable housing warned Monday. Eviction filings dropped sharply in Ohio after the coronavirus pandemic began,...
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Eviction ban ends; Hundreds of thousands of Ohioans could face eviction

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Time is up. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium put in place during the pandemic to protect renters expired at 11:59 p.m. Saturday. That means hundreds of thousands of renters and their families in Ohio can be evicted if they’re not up to...
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Nebraska Humane Society opens doors for neglected Ohio dogs

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - The Nebraska Humane Society helps a variety of pets find a safe home year-round in the Omaha-metro area. On Saturday, NHS opened its doors for some animals in need from outside the state. They received 10 neglected dogs who were rescued from a large case in...
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OSU women’s soccer pulls together to support former teammate battling cancer

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Members of the Ohio State University women’s soccer team past and present came together Sunday to host a blood drive in support of one of their own. Amy Graeff Van Culin played for the Buckeyes in the mid to late 2000s, and when she was recently diagnosed with lymphoma, her Scarlet and Gray family kicked their support into high gear.
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Kids and Cops Day returns to Ohio University Lancaster for its fifth year

Ohio University Lancaster’s Law Enforcement Technology Program, the Lancaster Police Department, and the Lancaster Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association will host its fifth annual Kids and Cops Day on Aug. 14th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kids and Cops 2021 is a free event and will be held in the North Parking Lot of the Ohio University Lancaster campus.
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Field trip gives Lima students a taste of Black colleges

LIMA — All it took was one trip south to convince Calia Moseley that a historically Black college or university, or HBCU for short, was for her. “I was destined to go to Ohio State for a long time. That was where my family wanted me to go, and that’s where I was going to go — up until about May 2019,” the Lima Senior graduate said. “And what really made me change my mind was the trip that we took with Londell Smith. It was just being around people that genuinely care about you and genuinely want to see you succeed.”
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Ohio minority-owned business receives nationwide recognition

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — An Ohio-based company has been a powerhouse supplier in the foodservice industry for decades and its contributions are getting some special recognition. Warren Anderson heads one of the largest black-owned businesses in the country, a position that’s introduced him to presidents and celebrities. It wasn’t always that...