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Advocates of transparent redistricting make WB stop | Times Leader

Redistricting advocate sees help from Argall’s legislation | News |

Pa. Senate will look to extend remote participation rules –

Handicapping Odds Gov. Wolf Gets His Nellie Bly Scholarship Wish (

Pennsylvania AG prefers law change over constitutional amendment for sex abuse survivors | State |


Coronavirus - COVID-19

Explainer: What’s known about J&J’s vaccine and rare clots | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Pa. sees most covid cases since January with majority reported in eastern counties |

Pa. ‘incredibly concerned’ about falling demand for COVID-19 vaccine as eligibility expands Tuesday –

AHN, UPMC move ahead with planned vaccination clinics but pause use of J&J shot | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Scrambled plans, delays, and new fears accompany J&J COVID-19 vaccination pause across Philly region (

Pittsburgh-area medical experts split on Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause |

Pa. pauses Centre County’s regional vaccination clinic, use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine | WITF

Use of J&J vaccine in Luzerne County varied by provider | coronavirus |

The rush for COVID-19 vaccines has declined, providers say | Coronavirus | (

Lancaster County vaccination center now offering limited same-day appointments –

Leftover COVID-19 vaccine doses in Philadelphia delivered to homebound residents (

Smart Talk: Vaccine passports raise privacy concerns | Smart Talk (

Autopsy report pending for Pa. prisoner who died 2 days after receiving J&J vaccine | WITF

Everything old is new again: Drugs being repurposed to treat COVID-19 | Coronavirus |

Thousands in Pennsylvania prisons will be offered COVID-19 vaccine (

Phase 2 in Erie: First COVID shots offered to general population in PA (

Virus surging: Cambria in triple digits, state adds 6,638 COVID-19 cases | Coronavirus |

Lancaster County ranks 4th in PA in April percentage increase in vaccinated residents | Health |



Forbes: Pirates and Steelers gain value, while Penguins show only modest decline amid pandemic | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

How Clubhouse, the hot social media app, can help small businesses grow (

Labor shortage challenging area businesses | News | (

PPL president: Save customers millions by giving them the protections they deserve (Opinion) | Opinion |

Food truck meeting causes a stir in Hazleton | News |

WATCH VIDEO | ‘Coming back much stronger’: Stone Bridge Brewing opens taproom, pushing post-pandemic distribution | Coronavirus |

Pennsylvania AFL-CIO President Rick Bloomingdale On Amazon’s Counter-Union Efforts (



Allegheny County Council will again take up creation of independent police review board | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Reputed Philly mob associate gets four years in ‘astonishingly brazen’ home-buying fraud case (

MSC Gayane crewman Vladimir Penda sentenced to more than 5 years in historic 20-ton Philly cocaine bust (

Reading considers changing how it promotes its police officers | Local News |

Berks woman faces trial for alleged role in multi-county gun trafficking network | News |

From the Jan. 6 insurrection: ‘They look like … your neighbor’ (



State awards $10.8M for STEM education in Pa. schools | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Students flocked to cyber-charter schools this year. So did district revenue and federal relief funds | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Norwin closes high school, 1 elementary school because of covid spread |

Marshall Middle School switching to remote learning for 2 days because of covid cases |

La Roche plans in-person graduation with Hoddy Hanna as commencement speaker |

Scranton School District unable to provide documents on broken ventilation units at Bancroft | Education | (

Science students and elementary pupils go back to Hazleton Area schools | Coronavirus |

Planning commission recommends approving Harriton High School expansion plans | Mainlinetimes |

$99M Phoenixville School District budget carries 1.57% tax hike | News |



Allegheny County voters won’t have the option of satellite offices ahead of primary | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Peduto stands by record on police issues; challengers in mayoral primary say resources can be better used | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Luzerne County Democrats to hold yard sign giveaway and candidate meet-and-greet | Times Leader

Erie County elections: PA appeals court says Andrezeski off ballot (

Dr. Kevin Baumlin Announces 2022 U.S. Senate Run | PoliticsPA



Dementia, Alzheimer’s have reached crisis point, Penn researcher says. Here’s what we can do about it. | 5 Questions (

Berks County joins law enforcement program to connect those battling addiction to treatment | Berks and Beyond |

Harris highlights pregnancy difficulties facing Black women | Health |

Delaware County makes police a resource for those seeking addiction treatment | WITF

Bucks plans to open new mental-health facility this summer (


Noticias del Estado

$2.2 million settlement reached in DOJ’s sex discrimination lawsuit against Pa. State Police | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Pennsylvania must stem pollution flowing to Chesapeake Bay | Opinion (

Hungry bears are on the move across Pennsylvania, maybe in your backyard –

Pennsylvania courts warn of phone scam threatening to put people on sex offender registry over unpaid fines – The Morning Call (

Mobile sports betting money tempts cash-strapped states, including Pennsylvania | WITF

Unaccompanied migrant children to arrive in Erie | WITF

Why the White House gave Pa. a C- grade for its infrastructure (

IRS extended tax-filing deadline, but local taxes due April 15 (

Pa.’s unemployment system to go offline for 2 weeks. What to know (

The Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania cannabis laws you can still get in trouble over | Marijuana Issue | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (


Noticias nacionales

Prosecutors expected to decide Wednesday on charges for ex-officer who killed Daunte Wright | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

IRS chief expects new child payments to start this summer |

Minn. police disperse crowd in third night of Daunte Wright protest | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist’s death in Minnesota | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Maryland trooper shoots, kills 16-year-old who had airsoft gun –

16 states back Alabama’s challenge to Census privacy tool | News |

Leaders of GM, Ford among objectors to Michigan voting restrictions |

Appellate court rules feds can retry man accused in deaths of three firefighters in 1995 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

You shouldn’t have a gun until you are 25, research suggests. | Commentary |

The American Dream belongs to working Americans | Commentary |

Op-Ed: Fights over free speech and the future of social media (

Should the First Amendment protect spam calls? Here’s why not (


Noticias locales

Penn Hills officials, residents brainstorm on how to spend $18 million in covid relief money |

Methadone clinic eyed for downtown Wilkes-Barre | Times Leader

Luzerne County will house tourism office in former train station | Times Leader

Swoyersville announces meeting attendance rules | Times Leader

Officials: Garbage lined Plymouth streets for days after trash hauler was a no show | News |

Cognetti appoints new Scranton parks and recreation director | News | (

Schuylkill County OKs more money for Sweet Arrow Lake Park | News |

Reading Symphony Orchestra welcomes back spectators for Saturday concerts | Living |

Borinqueneers honored with Bethlehem memorial, – The Morning Call (

An urban farm in Chester embarks on its second year of feeding public housing residents | State & Region |

Bucks County renters, homeowners eligible for housing, utility assistance (

Lancaster City Council calls for ‘prompt’ creation of county health department | Local News |



More than 100 protesters in East Liberty decry Minn. killing, march to mayor’s house | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Evictions don’t affect renters equally, and some landlords file more frequently than others, Pittsburgh Foundation study reports | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Pittsburgh councilmen propose task force that ensures ‘equity first spending plan’ for COVID-19 relief | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Pittsburgh to form commission to decide how to spend $355 million in federal stimulus cash |

PWSA seeking to increase rates | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

DeNunzio’s cries ‘politics’ as county leaders press to open restaurant lease at Arnie Palmer airport |

Grable Foundation to move headquarters to Koppers Building Downtown | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Future in doubt? ModCloth warehouse space in Pittsburgh marketed for lease | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Which streets in Pittsburgh will be paved this year? |

Meet the Pittsburgh online troll trying to improve Pa.’s marijuana laws, one post at a time | Marijuana Issue | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (



Philly protesters march for Daunte Wright (

‘Philly D.A.’ filmmakers talk about two years embedded with Larry Krasner (

Pew report says unemployment was worse in Philadelphia than in other big cities last year (

Spanish readers have community libraries in South Philadelphia (

Philly schools lose more money to tax breaks than any district in the country, a new report says (

After losing one boy to gun violence, this dad is smart to move his other sons out of Philly | Jenice Armstrong (

Biden’s plan could be disastrous for low-income homeowners in Philly | Opinion (

Philly’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs welcomes a new deputy director | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (



Morgan Lewis partner Kenneth Polite tapped to lead DOJ criminal division – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Internal report: Broad missteps left Capitol Police unprepared for Jan. 6 riot | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Joe Biden, lawmakers pay tribute to slain Capitol Police Officer William Evans at memorial service (

Joe Biden: United States troops might stay in Afghanistan until 9//11 (

Dems kick off a tricky nationwide sales job on Biden’s Covid aid plan – POLITICO

Democrats put pressure on President Biden for more stimulus checks, recurring payments –

Yes, the politics of a Capitol riot commission are tough. But it’s work that needs to be done | Fletcher McClellan | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Black women delivered for Biden. Now it’s time for Congress to deliver on a $15 minimum wage | Commentary |