Based on Gov. Mike Dewine’s recommendation that all of Ohio’s colleges and universities move toward online classes as a way to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Orrville’s Wayne College has suspended all in-person classes until further notice.  According to school officials, there will be no classes held the rest of this week or next week to allow faculty members time to develop their online lesson plans for when the college returns from spring break on March 30th.  Many other schools have also cancelled in-person classes, including the University of Akron, Kent State and Ashland University.  The College of Wooster, meanwhile, says it plans to follow suit, although the specific details are still being worked out.