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The July jobs report, released Friday, said that US employers added 1.8 million jobs during the month and that the unemployment rate declined to 10.2%. That beat economists’ expectations of 1.5 million payrolls added in July and a 10.5% unemployment rate. The report indicated progress in the labor-market recovery from the coronavirus recession, but it …

The East Liverpool Police Department currently uses a Fortify body camera system from Blue Line Innovations (sister company to the traffic camera company); however, they are looking to upgrade the system to one either offered by Axom or WatchGuard due to issues with battery strength and expense. This is a photo of …

COVID-19 antibody testing will be part of the 16th annual Health-O-Rama at the Logan Valley Mall on Aug. 14. In partnership with Cone-maugh Health System, 100 attendees will be given the test at no cost with results expected within 24 hours. Conemaugh Health System will perform and process the antibody testing. Results of …

The state’s recent re-tightening of restrictions on bars, indoor dining, nightclubs and indoor gatherings is based on regional, statewide and national data, coupled with federal recommendations, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said Thursday in a press conference, after a reporter complained that the administration isn’t sharing data on cases connected with particular establishments …

VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Boston, Massachusetts The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with Wentworth Institute of Technology in the search for a Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Reporting to the President of the Institute, the Vice President for Institutional Advancement will strategically engage and support Wentworth leaders, Trustees, …

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThere would need to be 50,000 homes transformed a year until 2050, experts say Thousands of old homes should be “retro-fitted” with energy-saving improvements to create jobs as part of the economic recovery from coronavirus, housing bodies have urged. Better insulation and the latest energy-efficient technology could …

From left, Christa and Brian Raitz in the forefront attend the opening Kylie Lallemont show at the Parkersburg Art Center. The Art Center has adjusted its offerings because of the pandemic. (Photo Provided) PARKERSBURG – The Parkersburg Art Center is thanking the health care workers at local hospitals for their service to …

President Donald Trump discussed a proposed round of federal stimulus aid with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., (left) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., (center) in the Oval Office on Monday. Photo by Doug Mills/Getty Images Enhanced unemployment benefits are likely ending sooner than many may realize. That could impose financial hardship on …

GRANTSVILLE — A local health care executive has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Stephen Whited, CEO of Minnie Hamilton Health System, is experiencing no symptoms, and will follow all protocols before returning to work. Earlier this month, Whited reported he was in contact with a positive COVID-19 case after attending a small …

LA PLATA, Md. – Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is launching new technology initiatives to support enhanced student and staff access to distance learning. The initiatives will support distance-learning plans for the 2020-21 school year, and beyond. Through funding CCPS received from a CARES Act technology grant, the school system will provide …