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Schwank to host back-to-school health, safety town hall | Berks Regional News |

Sen. Judy Schwank will host panel to discuss school safety amid rising COVID cases | Local News |

Bill Exempts Newer Vehicles From PA Emissions Test – WDAC

Pa. Senate panel vets proposal to allow for longer retention of unfounded child abuse reports –

Sen. Corman Says Penn State Would Likely Face ‘Pushback In Harrisburg’ If It Mandated COVID Vaccines | WPSU

Lawmakers Propose Penalties For Parents Who Don’t Comply With Mask Mandates | WHP 580 (

PA Senate Expenses To Go Online – WDAC

Sen. Doug Mastriano: Reflecting on the collapse of Afghanistan and specter of Vietnam | Opinion |

Jay Sefton: Pa. lawmakers must stop denying justice to abuse victims |

It’s Game On for redistricting. Will Pa. become a ‘democracy desert?’ | Monday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (


Coronavirus - COVID-19

The Biden Administration May Recommend COVID Boosters After 8 Months : NPR

Most of Pa. now showing substantial levels of COVID-19 cases, or worse –

Vaccine clinics, classroom testing coming to Pennsylvania schools, colleges | Pennsylvania |

Voluntary COVID-19 testing and vaccines are coming to PA schools | City & State PA (

Pa. pushing for school vaccine clinics, unveil virus testing for K-12 (

Companies Look To Vaccine Mandates And Bonuses To Protect Their Workforce : NPR

Can Lancaster County schools legally require facemasks? This lawmaker doesn’t think so | Local News |

Shippensburg parents promise to send kids to school unmasked despite mask mandate (

Citing delta concerns, Montgomery County officials urge masking indoors | News |

Opinions Vary on New Mask Mandates as COVID-19 Cases Rise – DV Journal (

Some Pa. senior care groups hesitant to back vaccine mandates for workers | Business |

Western Pa. hospitals, pharmacies offer 3rd dose of covid vaccine |

Timely COVID Restrictions Can Slow A Surge, Data Show : Shots – Health News : NPR

What to do if you lose your vaccination card in Pennsylvania | WITF

National Park Service renews mask mandate for all visitors | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Masks should be worn in schools to preserve in-person learning: LG Health | Health |

School District of Lancaster to receive additional $6M in revenue from state, federal governments | Community News |




SEPTA contract talks with Transport Workers Union Local 234 could be tough, union warns (

Heat Exposure In U.S. Has Led To Hundreds Of Worker Deaths Since 2010 : NPR

Feds: GIANT shorts workers $165k on overtime pay after ‘miscalculation’ (

Employee Retention Credit could expire early. Here’s what to know about the Covid-19 relief funding option – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Aldi says it has raised its starting wage, hopes to hire 20,000 people next month –

Texas investor pays $70M to buy 2 industrial buildings in Lancaster County as prices soar | Local Business |



DA set to provide police presence at airport; search committee’s first meeting set | News |

‘Dude in Forty Fort’ gets probation for ballot fraud | News |



Pitt hotline ‘inundated’ with requests from Afghans seeking escape from Taliban rule |

Former PA judge, Pitt alum calls for investigation into university’s fetal tissue research | Fox News

Holy Family University’s new president open to exploring partnerships as other local colleges consolidate – Philadelphia Business Journal (

U.S. colleges led by University of Chicago, Northwestern, UPenn and USC pushed average attendance cost to over $40,800 as Covid-19 flared – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Duquesne City School District, troubled for years, scores a win: 7th graders are coming home this fall | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Thousands of kindergartners didn’t show up for school last year. Here’s what that means for the school year to come. (

Slippery Rock launches new College of Health Professions |

LCCC ranked 8th among Pennsylvania Community Colleges by wallethub | Times Leader

Masks recommended, but not required in Lake-Lehman schools this fall | Times Leader

Education funding lawsuit nears trial date | News |

Online petition seeks mask mandate for Dallas students | News |

Scranton School District to provide COLTS bus passes to some high school students | Education |

North Penn: Aug. 19 school board meeting moved to high school; comment time limit changed | Local-news |

Editorial: Rising anger at local school boards is cause for concern | Editorials |

Mask mandate debate rages on at the Central York school board meeting (

Raising concerns about child safety is not ‘divisive’: Joan Cullen (



Ahead of 2022, Pa. Dems thread needle on jobs, environment – WHYY

Pa. Democrats running for U.S. Senate united in efforts to maintain party majority in Congress | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Conor Lamb is redefining the moderate Democratic playbook (

Fake TMZ site set up by far-right conspiracy theorist tries to smear Conor Lamb | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

What Serve America Movement’s Pa. founder, former Republican Ethan Demme, says about the new third party (

Woods Withdraws from Pittsburgh’s Mayoral Race | PoliticsPA

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney won’t run in Pa. 2022 governor or U.S. Senate races (

Can Gov. Gavin Newsom Keep His Job? – The New York Times (

The Big Lie has legs | Editorials and Columns |


Medio ambiente

Western States Face Water Cuts As A Shortage In The Colorado River Is Declared : NPR

Erie Coke cleanup: EPA hits company with $1M Superfund lien (



VA patients of color less likely to be prescribed blood thinners for a common cardiac issue, study shows | WITF

Survey: LGBTQ adults hit harder by food, economic insecurities during pandemic | Tuesday Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (


Noticias del Estado

HOULAHAN: Afghanistan Alarm Fell on Deaf Ears – DV Journal (

Pittsburgh-area Afghanistan vet, Pa. members of Congress frustrated over rapid fall of Kabul | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Democrats and Republicans from Pa. and N.J. agree: The result of Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan is a tragedy (

Lehigh Valley politicians react as Taliban takes control in Afghanistan – The Morning Call (

Berks County’s congressional delegation reacts to withdrawal from Afghanistan | Local News |

Local observers see blame enough to go around in Afghanistan | Local-news |

Cartwright pitches Biden’s healthcare plan | Times Leader

Pennsylvania is now America’s 5th-biggest state | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Sunoco pays $85,000 fine to Pa. Department of Environmental Protection for pipeline leak (

The Pa. counties that lost and gained the most population in the last 10 years, ranked · Spotlight PA

Nazi salute at Fox Chapel school board meeting appears on ‘Last Week Tonight’ | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Five children died in a fire at a Pa. child care home. The tragedy changed state law, but some say more must be done. –

Pennsylvania gun rights: make it easier to conceal carry – The Morning Call (

As welfare reform turns 25, it isn’t working, advocates for poor families say | WITF


Noticias nacionales

The Taliban and Afghanistan News: Live Updates – The New York Times (

Taliban announces ‘amnesty’ in Afghanistan, urges women to join government despite history of repressive rule (

Could we have done more? Veterans share mixed feelings about U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. (

The swift collapse of the Afghan government foreshadows a dark future for the country | Smart Talk (

As the Taliban returns, 20 years of progress for women looks set to disappear overnight | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Haiti Quake Destroyed Many Churches, Shredding a Mainstay of Support – The New York Times (

Those Surging Home Prices May Not (Totally) Be A Bubble : Planet Money : NPR

Overheated real estate market begins to cool – Philadelphia Business Journal (

New census data shows housing vacancy rates have dropped – Philadelphia Business Journal (

After Surfside tragedy, questions around commercial buildings and business model of condo associations are brought to forefront – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Rebuffing criticism, Chris Cuomo acknowledges he advised his brother to resign as N.Y. governor | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Tropical storms: Fred moves north from Florida; Grace drenches Haiti after quake; Henri heads to Bermuda –

T-Mobile confirms data breach, says it’s investigating scope – The Morning Call (


Noticias locales

Bucks County lawmakers recognize Council Rock graduate on being named U.S. Presidential Scholar | Newtown Area |

Here are which municipalities grew the fastest, slowest in Lancaster County from 2010-2020 | Local News |

Is Lancaster County a metropolitan or rural region? Here’s what census figures say about the county, its population | Local News |

Johnstown population drops again by 12.2%, Census shows | News |

Taxing the sun? In Ephrata Borough, owners of solar panels say utility’s policy is unfair | Local News |

4 facts about Berks County that the 2020 census revealed | Local News |

Populations expand in 21 Lackawanna County municipalities, decline in 19, census data shows | News |

Payroll tax conversion still under consideration in Scranton | News |

15 miles from the Flight 93 crash, visitors find a happy ending at mine rescue site | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Three more Luzerne County Children and Youth workers under investigation | Times Leader

90th birthday salute to veteran cop brings smiles all-round | News |

Former Lackawanna County Commissioner Ray Alberigi laid to rest | News |

Carbon County awards $5.34M in EOTC contracts | News |

Hispanics are majority in Allentown, Upper Macungie saw huge growth among Asians and other developments shown by the 2020 census – The Morning Call (

Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley turning corner with three new tenants – The Morning Call (

NWS: Lehigh Valley at risk of excessive rainfall as the remnants of Fred move through, with flash flooding possible – The Morning Call (

Lower Merion officials say township finances improving post-pandemic | Mainlinetimes |

Conduct complaint against Bucks County Judge Alan Rubenstein dismissed (

Mercyhurst North East future: A sports complex? Grant could make it happen for SPIRE Institute (



URA Approves New Support For Lending Program In Pittsburgh’s Historically Black Neighborhoods | 90.5 WESA

Census data likely shows Black residents are leaving Pittsburgh but staying nearby, top economist says | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Another round — in court — for former Froggy’s nightspot, two other Market Street buildings in Downtown | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bus riders can begin using Port Authority’s smartphone payment system | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Symphony to perform on 50th anniversary of the opening of Heinz Hall |

Port Authority launches mobile pay for Pittsburgh-area buses and inclines | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (



Health-care and higher-ed workers, students must get vaccinated by mid-October, Philadelphia announces (

Gun violence epidemic leaves families in pain and fear | Local News |

Observers point to many different reasons for gun violence | Local News |

‘We are always on our knees:’ Haitians in Philly react to earthquake on island | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

DA seeks contempt order against Philadelphia Police for failure to disclose officers’ disciplinary records | Local News |

Anti-violence advocate launches carpentry program for Philly teens | Local News |



Biden’s rosy statements on Afghanistan, Covid have come back to haunt him (

Biden’s choices in Afghanistan were complicated. So is the fallout he faces | WITF

6 Political Takeaways For President Biden From The Chaotic Afghanistan Withdrawal : NPR

US lawmakers worried about situation in Afghanistan | ABC27

Jerry Shenk: The world awaits Biden test results | Opinion |