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  1. Dr. John Langell named NEOMED president, puts focus on fixing health care - cleveland.com

    Dr. John Langell named NEOMED president, puts focus on fixing health care  cleveland.com

    Dr. John Langell, the newly appointed president of NEOMED, sees the university as uniquely positioned to educate future health care providers who will fix the...

  2. Medical board charges Sioux City plastic surgeon with incompetency - Sioux City Journal

    Medical board charges Sioux City plastic surgeon with incompetency  Sioux City Journal

    DES MOINES -- A Sioux City plastic surgeon has been charged by a state board with professional incompetency. He is accused of providing inappropriate...

  3. Two new oncologists/hematologists at Canton-Potsdam Hospital - North Country Now

    Two new oncologists/hematologists at Canton-Potsdam Hospital  North Country Now

    POTSDAM -- Canton-Potsdam Hospital recently gained two new doctors who specialize in oncology and hematology. Board-certified medical oncologist and...

  4. Josh Abbott Band Announces Lineup for 2019 JAB Fest - Wide Open Country

    Josh Abbott Band Announces Lineup for 2019 JAB Fest  Wide Open Country

    The Josh Abbott Band help kick off the fall leg of tour season on Sept. 20-21 with JAB Fest at Lubbock, Texas' Lonestar Theater. Instead of charging big bucks for...

  5. Rootstown High School teacher accused of inappropriately touching students at school - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Rootstown High School teacher accused of inappropriately touching students at school  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio - A Rootstown High School math teacher is facing charges for inappropriately touching students at school. Christopher Dibattista, 40, of...

  6. William Frank Grubbs, Salem, Ohio – Obituary - WKBN.com

    William Frank Grubbs, Salem, Ohio – Obituary  WKBN.com

    SALEM, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – William “Bill” Grubbs of Salem passed away on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at Salem Regional Medical Center. He was born in...

  7. Deputy suffers severe burns after being set on fire by suspect during arrest in Rootstown - WKYC.com

    Deputy suffers severe burns after being set on fire by suspect during arrest in Rootstown  WKYC.com

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio — A deputy is recovering from severe burns after he was set on fire while trying to arrest a man in Portage County on Thursday afternoon.

  8. Portage County Sheriff’s Deputy speaks publicly for the first time since he was set on fire - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Portage County Sheriff’s Deputy speaks publicly for the first time since he was set on fire  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio -- Less than a month after he was set on fire while serving a warrant, an injured Portage County sheriff's deputy says he did what had to be...

  9. NEOMED receives $500000 OhioMHAS grant - EurekAlert

    NEOMED receives $500000 OhioMHAS grant  EurekAlert

    Northeast Ohio Medical University was recently awarded a $500000 grant by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services to work with the...

  10. Crash closes southband lane of Route 44 near I-76 - Record-Courier

    Crash closes southband lane of Route 44 near I-76  Record-Courier

    ROOTSTOWN — Ohio Highway Patrol troopers are on the scene of a crash on southbound Route 44 at I-76 that occurred about 8:50 p.m. The southbound lane...

  11. Furloughed government worker plows driveways to make extra money during shutdown - WKYC.com

    Furloughed government worker plows driveways to make extra money during shutdown  WKYC.com

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio — A furloughed government worker from Rootstown found a creative way to make money during the partial government shutdown, taking...

  12. NEOMED President Dr. Jay Gershen reflects on successes, challenges as he prepares to retire this fall - cleveland.com

    NEOMED President Dr. Jay Gershen reflects on successes, challenges as he prepares to retire this fall  cleveland.com

    As Dr. Jay Gershen reflects on his time at NEOMED, located in Rootstown, he recognizes that his achievements were the work of many.

  13. Pennsylvania, Ohio teaming to send help to Nebraska farmers - Farm and Dairy

    Pennsylvania, Ohio teaming to send help to Nebraska farmers  Farm and Dairy

    Relief volunteers from Pennsylvania and Ohio are traveling to Nebraska to help farmers in need after flooding disaster.

  14. 50-truck convoy to help Nebraska farms; Mercer County farmers among those sending flood aid - Sharonherald

    50-truck convoy to help Nebraska farms; Mercer County farmers among those sending flood aid  Sharonherald

    Farmers in Ohio and Pennsylvania, including Mercer County, are pitching in to help their peers affected by flooding last month in Nebraska.

  15. Ohio native Jessica Eye looks to shock the world at UFC 238 - cleveland.com

    Ohio native Jessica Eye looks to shock the world at UFC 238  cleveland.com

    Jessica Eye celebrates victory against Katlyn Chookagian of the United States in a flyweight bout during the UFC 231 event at Scotiabank Arena on December 8...

  16. NEOMED wants public's ideas to guide search for new university president - cleveland.com

    NEOMED wants public's ideas to guide search for new university president  cleveland.com

    As Northeast Ohio Medical University embarks on a search for a new president, it is soliciting ideas and opinions from the public about the qualities its new...

  17. Portage County deputy set on fire released from hospital - cleveland.com

    Portage County deputy set on fire released from hospital  cleveland.com

    Portage County sheriff's deputy Sgt. James Acklin was released from the hospital Monday afternoon.

  18. NEOMED researcher designs therapeutic intervention to help preterm infants suck, swallow and breathe - EurekAlert

    NEOMED researcher designs therapeutic intervention to help preterm infants suck, swallow and breathe  EurekAlert

    Poor ability to coordinate feeding and breathing compromises the short -- and long-term health of the growing number of preterm infants born today. Using an...

  19. NEOMED receives $3.7 Million HRSA Award to improve the health and wellness of older adults - EurekAlert

    NEOMED receives $3.7 Million HRSA Award to improve the health and wellness of older adults  EurekAlert

    Northeast Ohio Medical University received notice of a $3.7 million grant from HRSA's Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program. NEOMED and its partner...

  20. NEOMED President Gershen to Retire Next Year - businessjournaldaily.com

    NEOMED President Gershen to Retire Next Year  businessjournaldaily.com

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio – Northeast Ohio Medical University President Dr. Jay Gershen will retire next autumn, the university Board of Trustees announced...

  21. Rootstown school employee arrested for possessing ‘material exploitive of children’ - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Rootstown school employee arrested for possessing ‘material exploitive of children’  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio - The Rootstown school district has contacted parents about a former school employee who has been arrested for possession of "materials...

  22. Watch: Jessica ‘Evil’ Eye readies for UFC title fight by training in Las Vegas - WKYC.com

    Watch: Jessica ‘Evil’ Eye readies for UFC title fight by training in Las Vegas  WKYC.com

    Northeast Ohio native Jessica 'Evil' Eye is readying for her chance at the UFC women's flyweight title by training in Las Vegas.

  23. Jessica “Evil” Eye: It’s going to be my belt after UFC title fight with Valentina Shevchenko - WKYC.com

    Jessica “Evil” Eye: It’s going to be my belt after UFC title fight with Valentina Shevchenko  WKYC.com

    Jessica “Evil” Eye promises the UFC flyweight title "is going to be my belt" against Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 238 in Chicago tonight.

  24. Northeast Ohio Medical University President Jay Gershen to retire next September - cleveland.com

    Northeast Ohio Medical University President Jay Gershen to retire next September  cleveland.com

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio -- Northeast Ohio Medical University President Jay Gershen will retire September 30, 2019, after serving nearly a decade in the role.

  25. 2019 Ohio STEM Excellence Awards Unveiled - Yahoo Finance

    2019 Ohio STEM Excellence Awards Unveiled  Yahoo Finance

    The Ohio STEM Learning Network has recognized the four winners of the “STEM Excellence Awards.” These awards recognize outstanding teachers, school...

  26. Mitchell to Open Hope Village Treatment Facility - businessjournaldaily.com

    Mitchell to Open Hope Village Treatment Facility  businessjournaldaily.com

    ROOTSTOWN, Ohio – A Warren native and former president of Warren Fabricating and Machining is opening a facility in Rootstown to help individuals and...

  27. College of Medicine at NEOMED takes first place at Directors of Clinical Skills Conference - EurekAlert

    College of Medicine at NEOMED takes first place at Directors of Clinical Skills Conference  EurekAlert

    Northeast Ohio Medical University earned top honors for its poster presentation, 'Teaching and Fostering Empathetic Touch and Eye Gaze,' at the Directors of...

  28. Country singer Jimmie Allen breaks up a fight at his concert, has someone kicked out - Fox News

    Country singer Jimmie Allen breaks up a fight at his concert, has someone kicked out  Fox News

    No star wants to see a fight happen on his or her watch — and in his or her audience, where other fans are trying to enjoy the show. Jimmie Allen is no different,...

  29. GoFundMe established for Portage County sheriff's deputy who was set on fire - cleveland.com

    GoFundMe established for Portage County sheriff's deputy who was set on fire  cleveland.com

    A GoFundMe campaign has started for a Portage County Sheriff's deputy who was set on fire while serving a warrant.

  30. NEOMED receives $7.5 million grant to promote mental health programs - cleveland.com

    NEOMED receives $7.5 million grant to promote mental health programs  cleveland.com

    Northeast Ohio Medical University's department of psychiatry has received a $7.5 million grant from Peg's Foundation, a philanthropic organization based in...

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