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Democrats and Republicans square off in court over Delaware River Basin Commission fracking ban (

Chester County lawmakers support marriage equality legislation | Local News |

An Unexpected Journey | AL DÍA News (

Cutler Tests Positive for COVID-19 | PoliticsPA

Smart Talk: Radar guns for Pa. law enforcement? | Smart Talk (

Will Pa. lawmakers pass local police radar bill — or let it pass them by again? | Mark O’Keefe | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. Republicans eyeing tighter voter ID requirements to meet wall of Wolf veto | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Adopting a puppy or in need of dog boarding service? Use this tool first | News |


Coronavirus - COVID-19

States Struggle With Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause as Federal Officials Reassure Public – The New York Times (

Odds of dying from J&J vaccine are astronomical, benefits are many (

Covid-19 Live Updates: Pfizer and Others Plan for Vaccine Boosters – The New York Times (

Can the Covid Vaccine Protect Me Against Virus Variants? – The New York Times (

Pa. extends J&J vaccine ‘pause’ by 4 days | Times Leader

As COVID-19 cases rise among children, parents wonder what’s safe: ‘No activity is risk-free’ (

State promoting vaccine to minority communities | Coronavirus |

Pa. COVID-19 update: hospitalizations rise by more than 100 in a week –

Pa. Health Department survey finds only about half of state’s nursing home staff have been vaccinated | WITF

More COVID-19 vaccines to go to Pennsylvania nursing homes (

Vaccine tourism: International travelers visiting U.S. for COVID shots (

Neshaminy Manor in Warrington will lose employees to mandated vaccine policy (

LGH holding COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Columbia Borough Sunday | Health |

Homeless finally getting a chance at COVID-19 shot | News |

J&J vaccine pause complicates plans to vaccinate Philly region’s vulnerable homeless residents (

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy still high in Pennsylvania Muhlenberg College Survey shows – The Morning Call (

Poll shows many Pennsylvanians still hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccine | State |

Should colleges mandate COVID shots? – The Morning Call (

Moderna plans for COVID-19 booster shot to be prepared in time for fall, CEO says –

Letter: It’s wrong to punish people for not getting vaccinated | Letters to the Editor |

Berks County will launch hotline for those struggling to access COVID vaccine | Berks and Beyond |

Excela Health has more vaccine doses than appointments in Westmoreland County |

Covid hospitalizations continue to be a concern in Allegheny, Westmoreland |



Union members rally for a $15 minimum wage | News |

$15 backers rally outside Toomey’s offices | Times Leader

More than 20 Philadelphia-area banks form $100M fund for minority-owned businesses – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Philadelphia-area hospitality industry grapples with hiring difficulties – Philadelphia Business Journal (



East Berlin police chief never served unpaid suspension after all (

Pa. couple accused of using fraudulently obtained paycheck protection loan to buy bitcoins –

Feds: Scott Twp. man set up fake PPP loans for gold bars, college tuition, fancy cars and more |

Police were justified in fatal shooting of a Berks man, district attorney says | Berks and Beyond |



Investment in health, safety and jobs focus of hearing on Pennsylvania’s toxic schools – The Philadelphia Sunday Sun (

Matthew Stem to leave state Education Department, take leadership role at IU13 | Local News |

Board member sues powerful Hershey School, claims he’s being denied financial records · Spotlight PA

Westmont school board approves Price Field design with $1 million cost increase for project | News |

Letter to the editor | Private school sports have an advantage | Readers Forum |

Guest Opinion: Pennridge must choose transparency when filling vacancy (

Allentown, Bethlehem school districts would get extra money under push to fix ‘atrocious reality of underfunding’ – The Morning Call (

Pa. state universities freeze tuition for third consecutive year –

PSSA standardized tests are coming back to schools this year: What parents need to know –

Editorial: Schools deserve credit for keeping music alive | Editorials |

Exeter High School closed due to COVID cases | Coronavirus |

Dallas High School suspending in-person learning Friday due to COVID-19 | coronavirus |

Groundbreaking held for Howard Gardner School | Education | (

Tour of new WB Area high school shows much of work completed | Times Leader



The 2022 Senate race’s first ad hits John Fetterman in a sore spot on race (

State Sen. Sharif Street Files Candidacy Statement in Senate Race | WDIY

Perelman School of Medicine professor Kevin Baumlin joins race for Pa. Senate seat | The Daily Pennsylvanian (

Dickinson Announces Rematch Vs Doyle | PoliticsPA

Pennsylvania GOP launches ‘super MAGA Trump’ primary – POLITICO

Bolus mayor ballot appeal dismissed | Election | (

First question in Harrisburg mayor’s race: How’s Eric Papenfuse doing? –

Objections raised to Luzerne county GOP endorsing council candidates | Election |



Doylestown Hospital’s new Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine to begin seeing patients – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Opioid crisis: Erie advocate Taylor Miller dies at 27, losing her battle (

Former York funeral home, now recovery, veteran support (

St. Luke’s aims to treat linger COVID symptoms through COVID recovery clinic – The Morning Call (


Noticias del Estado

Pennsylvania is fixing system that mistakenly believed people on SNAP benefits were shopping improperly (

Pa. Cannabis Festival returns this weekend to Kutztown. Here’s what to expect. –

Bitcoin, Stock Prices Are Economic Warning Signs: Senator Pat Toomey – Bloomberg

PA veterans will start seeing EIP payments of up to $1,400 this week (

Outdoors: Changes in regulations will impact deer, turkey seasons (

These are the greenest states in the U.S. How’d Pa. do? | Friday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

ParkMobile data breach hits Lehigh Valley’s three cities – The Morning Call (

Pittsburgh Parking Authority app affected by massive data breach | Today in Pa. –

Explainer: Can cops stop drivers for objects hanging from rearview mirror? Pennsylvania is one of six states with such laws. – The Morning Call (

Central Pa. baker known for animal crackers celebrates 150 year anniversary –

Sheetz makes Fortune Magazine’s list of best companies to work for |


Noticias nacionales

Gunman Kills 8 At FedEx Warehouse In Indianapolis : NPR

Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of boy, 13 | News |

Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows : NPR

Why Local Election Officials In Georgia Take Issue With Many Parts Of New Law : NPR

Subdued Protests Over Police Shootings in Brooklyn Center and Chicago – The New York Times (

Head of Tokyo Olympics again says games will not be canceled | News |

Iran starts enriching uranium to 60%, its highest level ever | News |

Defense rests without Chauvin testimony at murder trial | National News |

Nearly 60M Americans don’t drink their tap water, research suggests. Here’s why that’s a public health problem | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Discussion on the Chesapeake Bay watershed clean-up efforts | WITF

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall to 576,000, the lowest since the coronavirus pandemic began (

Mich. GOP official blames maskless colleagues for his COVID-19 bout: ‘Masks and vaccines shouldn’t be political’ | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (


Noticias locales

‘Erie County is ready’: Tyler Titus looks to become Pa’s first openly transgender county executive | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Ralliers in West Chester support transgender athletes | Local News |

Luzerne County still has $19 million in federal pandemic funding for rental assistance | Times Leader

Lycoming County Commissioners ‘don’t have authority to draft’ 2nd amendment ordinance | News, Sports, Jobs – Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Personal income per capita in Bucks County: How it changed in 2019 (

Bucks community gardens support food pantries as well as pollinators (

Migrant children in Erie: Here is what we know (

NJ company pleads guilty to violation after 2019 death of PA employee (

Stroudsburg’s Monroe Farmers Market SNAP shoppers can double benefit (

Quakertown makes start on bigger and better playground (

After years of searching, Bethlehem Food Co-op found site that had everything they were looking for – The Morning Call (

Bethlehem water bills to rise for thousands of customers under rate settlement – The Morning Call (

Berks citizens helping scientists learn more about spotted lanternflies | Living |

Hazleton City Council adopts relaxed regulations for mobile food establishments | News |

Cargill employees in Hazle Twp. OK three-year pact | Business |

Drug take back day planned in Schuylkill County | Cops and Courts |

Recycling center not taking yard waste until May 1, frustrating some officials, landscapers | News | (

WB Council quizzes Brown about sale of city park, shootings and federal aid | Times Leader

Westmoreland commissioners say $140 million borrowing plan will put off future tax hike |

An Underground Railroad site in Montgomery County eyed by developers will be preserved (

Sunoco floats Mariner East 2 pipeline reroute plan to avoid more Marsh Creek Lake spills (



Democratic Allegheny County Councilor makes insensitive remark about motion denouncing anti-trans sports bills before voting against it | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Save Our Stages Concert Series is back with themed virtual shows by Pittsburgh artists | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

The best-paying cities for teachers – The Morning Call (

Peduto orders crackdown on contractors committing tax fraud |

Pittsburgh police report another black bear sighting, create email for wildlife concerns |

Penalty, interest on local income taxes filed after April 15 waived for 80+ Allegheny County communities |

Former Rex Theater donates $80K in equipment to new Pittsburgh arts group |

Transit riders who pay cash tell Port Authority about concerns with fare-structure changes | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

Liquor control cites 27 businesses in Pittsburgh region for breaking pandemic rules | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (

First a pandemic, now rising prices complicate Pittsburgh-area construction projects | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (



School District of Philadelphia expands program to support young Black men | Local News |

Residents express outrage over new construction in Point Breeze | Local News |

SEPTA moves cleanup blitz to Allegheny El stop in Kensington (

Philadelphia businesses would see modestly cut tax rates under Kenney’s budget plan (



House panel votes to advance bill on slavery reparations | Across America |

Equal pay bill passed by House but faces long odds in Senate | News |

How the G.O.P. Lost Its Clear Voice on Foreign Policy – The New York Times (

White House Warns Russia on Bounties, but Stops Short of Sanctions – The New York Times (

Biden meets Japan’s leader to boost China-facing alliances | National and World |

LTE: The US should let the International Criminal Court do its work (

Biden Supreme Court commission panders to the left (

Democrats begin push to expand Supreme Court | News |

US Senator greets Sikhs on ‘Baisakhi’, Guru Tegh Bahadur 400th birth anniversary (

Op-Ed: Biden must take action on PFAS (

Op-Ed: Oil industry support for carbon tax could help producers, public (