Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Tuesday, June 2.
President Donald Trump on Monday derided governors and demanded crackdowns on burning and stealing in the aftermath of violent protests in dozens of American cities. Trump told the state leaders they have to get much tougher and make more arrests. Read more.
Area schools now know how much they’ll be getting from the cares act. The highest amount in the area was Lima schools which will receive 2 million dollars. The money is to help the districts with shortfalls during the pandemic. Read more.
Ohio childcare centers reopened Sunday under strict child-to-teacher ratios to mitigate the spread of the virus. Other protocols include required temperature checks, increased handwashing and staggered or curbside dropoff and pickup. Read more.
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A Lima man charged in the stabbing death of his mother last week unleashed an obscenity-laced tirade at a municipal court judge Monday during his initial court appearance Monday. The judge recommended mental health services. Read more.
In Sports, high school football practice has begun. At Bath some players were so eager for practice that they showed up an hour early. Read more.
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