Report: Things looking up for Ohio’s smaller cities

An improving economy played a role, but efforts in some cities, where communities rallied around shared priorities, were also important factors. Ohio’s small and mid-sized cities are losing population at a slower rate, seeing declines in unemployment and poverty and upticks in per-capita income.

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