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Voice Of America Museum Plans For Growth

WEST CHESTER--The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting will add new space, and will allow groups and organizations to hold meetings and events at the historic site in the near future. Executive Director James Dominic told West Chester Trustees this week the museum will re-open in early April for weekend tours.
The VOA site has been closed because of COVID-19.
Dominic says a major grant from the late Elliott Block will result in a pavillion named in his honor. A new 2200 square foot multi-purpose hall will be added, along with a catering prep area, and ADA compliant restrooms. The museum will also provide a barrier-free entrance in order to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Dominic says they also plan to expand the number of hours and days the museum will open. 

(Photo Credit: National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting)

Superintendent: Prom and Graduation On At Hamilton High

HAMILTON--Hamilton City School Superintendent Michael Holbrook finally had some good news for the school board during Thursday night's meeting. Holbrook says prom and graduation will take place for seniors this spring. Last year's class missed out on prom, and had to settle for a virtual commencement ceremony at the Holiday Auto Theatre. With district staff now vaccinated, and COVID cases dropping, Holbrook is confident the spring traditions can resume, with social distancing protocols being observed. Holbrook says the graduation ceremony will be held outdoors at Virgil Schwarm Stadium in late May. Previous ceremonies were held at Miami University's Millett Hall. Holbrook joked they will be praying for good weather, but an alternative date will be selected just in case.

 

(Photo Courtesy: TV Hamilton)

Coronavirus: One Year Later

HAMILTON--It has been a year since the Coronavirus was declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization. Hamilton City Health Commissioner Kay Farrar gave an update to Hamilton City Council during their regular meeting Wednesday night. Farrar says Butler County has reported 35,972 cases of COVID-19 over the past year, with 535 deaths. The City of Hamilton accounts for 5,227 of those cases, with 133 deaths. Farrar told council the city is averaging 50 new cases per week, compared to 90 new cases a few weeks ago. The city has vaccinated 3,717 residents since December, and that number increases to 6,446 when the vaccine clinics for school workers are figured in. Thursday was the beginning of Phase 2-B for Ohio's vaccine program.
Those eligible for vaccines now include people over 50, those suffering from Type 2 diabetes, and end stage renal disease. You can sign up for vaccines on the new state portal at https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/

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