Ohio's last-call order expires; curfew still in place
DeWine said he would reassess the curfew after three weeks depending on which direction Ohio's COVID-19 numbers were trending. Businesses supported the curfew in lieu of outright closures.
COLUMBUS - Ohio's 10 p.m. last-call order expired this past weekend, but the state's new curfew means Ohioans won't be sipping those late-night drinks anyway.
In late July, Gov. Mike DeWine signed an executive order that required bars to sell their last alcoholic drinks to in-person patrons at 10 p...