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Sen. Nikil Savel: “Covid outbreaks can happen in any school district” (

Two Pa. Democrats propose legislation to impose mask mandates in K-12 schools, childcare facilities | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Parents, teachers protest building conditions before return to school – Chalkbeat Philadelphia

State Senator Steve Santarsiero to host full schedule of community events this fall | News |

Academy Park community reeling after fatal shooting at football game (

Senator Saval’s Statement on U.S. Supreme Courts Ruling Thrusting Millions of Renters into Precarity – NewsBreak

Pennsylvania Legislation Would Allow Teens To Get Vaccinated Without Parental Consent – 90.5 WESA – Washington latest

Your questions about climbing COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania, answered | Covid-19 |

Pennsylvania Rep. introduces bills regarding teen vaccination decisions (

Pennsylvania legislation would allow teens to get vaccinated without parental consent | WITF

Pa., New Jersey and Delaware business groups oppose federal drug pricing legislation – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Former state Rep. Babette Josephs remembered as a progressive pioneer | City & State PA (

Wolf Administration to highlight unemployment resources when federal benefits end Sept. 4 (

‘Do no harm:’ House lawmakers get an earful on how to redraw Pa.’s congressional maps | WITF

Despite infighting, Pa. GOP senators push forward with vague idea of 2020 election audit | WITF

Taylor Borough to consider legislation for fire department to bill insurance | News |


Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa., N.J. hospitals are faring OK as other states reach intensive-care unit capacity (

Our last shot to beat back the delta variant (

EU takes US off safe travel list; backs travel restrictions – Delco Times



Federal aid ending for hundreds of thousands in Pennsylvania | WITF

How you can still get help in Pa. after federal benefits end (

Pennsylvania unemployment backlog persists ahead of federal cutoff | Pennsylvania |

Pandemic unemployment benefits are ending. Here’s how to get help in Pa. | Tuesday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

The Economy Is Booming but Far From Normal, Posing a Challenge for Biden – The New York Times (

SBA SVOG program begins awarding more Covid-19 relief grants. Here’s how to apply. – Philadelphia Business Journal (

PNC to raise base wages to $18 an hour, latest bank to do so | WITF



Delco’s district attorney asks the public for help in the fatal shooting of an 8-year-old girl at a football game (



Back-to-School Season in Pennsylvania Defined by Conflict | Opinion |

Federal disclosures show the most expensive and most affordable colleges are the ones winning students – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Education Dept. Investigating Mask Mandate Bans In 5 States : Back To School: Live Updates : NPR

Eliminating Pennsylvania property taxes possible, but complex, officials say | Pennsylvania |

Colleen Hroncich: Back-to-school season in Pennsylvania defined by conflict (

Mask Mandate Showdown: Will PA Adopt a Universal Mask Mandate for Schools? – DV Journal (

School bus driver shortage threatens to disrupt transportation at Lancaster County schools | Local News |

What about kids’ freedom to learn in a safe environment? (

New Philly school board reps ready to make a difference this year | Local News |

First day of school: Hite talks staffing shortage, virtual academy, and curriculum changes | Local News |

Bucks County Community College offers coronavirus vaccine lottery (

Crestwood to require masks in schools | Coronavirus |

Teaching was hard enough already. COVID-19 made it nearly impossible, so I quit | Trish Zornio | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

W-B Area, Crestwood and Pittston Area requiring masks | News |

Crestwood SB votes for mask mandate, approves teacher’s contract | Times Leader

Chester Upland’s new receiver is supported by a charter that sought to take over district schools (

Pa. State System will offer emergency aid of up to $1,000 to students | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Gale Force: Montco’s Gale Brothers Run For Statewide Office – DV Journal (

Pa. GOP candidate says he’ll bring “20 strong men” to intimidate school boards who approve mask mandates | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Action on Luzerne County DA election lawsuit expected this week | News |

Ex-lawmaker Rick Saccone to run for lieutenant governor in Pennsylvania | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Medio ambiente

Opinion | Why Hurricane Ida Offers a Glimpse of the Dystopia That’s Coming for All of Us – The New York Times (

How Climate Change Fueled Hurricane Ida : NPR

Cartwright, Brown advocate for Congress investing in climate action | News |



Second surge: Erie doctor, nurse deal with spike in COVID-19 patients (

Tower Health cuts operating loss to $244M as cash reserves shrink – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Pandemic unveils growing suicide crisis for communities of color (


Noticias del Estado

Sen. Casey holds hearing in Wilkes-Barre to address Medicare expansion | Times Leader

ERAP funding still available for Pennsylvania tenants and landlords (

Midstaters ready to welcome Afghan refugees with open arms (

Carlisle’s Jacob Schrom places sixth in Tokyo 2020 Paralympic powerlifting (

We should take in Afghan refugees if they can be properly vetted (

PFAS study in Bucks stalled by pandemic resumes soon (


Noticias nacionales

The Supreme Court ended the CDC’s eviction ban. A housing law expert explains the impact | Analysis | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Taliban declare victory, promise security as they march into Kabul airport | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pentagon Officials Announce Last U.S. Military Planes Left Afghanistan : NPR

The last US soldier leaving Afghanistan reportedly from Chambersburg (

The final U.S. military plane has left Afghanistan, marking the war’s end | WITF

As U.S. military leaves Kabul, many Americans, Afghans remain | News |

Caldor Fire Intensifies and Evacuations Are Ordered Near Lake Tahoe – The New York Times (

Photos: Hurricane Ida Hit Louisiana’s Coastline Hard, Leaving Serious Damage : NPR

FEMA, National Guard mobilizing after Hurricane Ida | ABC27

Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes Goes On Trial On Fraud Charges : NPR

With ‘Candyman,’ Nia DaCosta becomes the first Black female director to debut a film at No. 1 | Movies |

Federal Reserve on track to slow aid for economy beginning later this year (

Westinghouse won’t be prosecuted over failed nuclear project, will pay out over $21 million | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Noticias locales

Midstate VFW commander encourages veterans to seek resources when coping with Taliban takeover (

Census 2020: Wellsville gained population while Jefferson dropped (

EMI bridge demo will close part of Erie’s West 12th Street in mid-September (

Clifton Heights and Upper Darby reach agreement on Clifton field (

Cambria judge maintains status quo at courthouse, waits for state guidance | News |

Elizabethtown Mayor Chuck Mummert named 2021 Mayor of the Year | Local News |

Overdose victims from the Poconos remembered at church vigil (

Environment: King of Prussia inventor buys former Titus Generating Station in Berks County (

Luzerne County CYS downgraded to provisional license | News |

County closes portals along Susquehanna River; flash flood watch issued for Wednesday | News |

Scranton firefighters deployed for Hurricane Ida | Crime-Emergency |



Pittsburgh mayor looking to start universal basic income program using pandemic relief funds | Today in Pa. –

Peduto seeks approval for $2.5M universal basic income program in Pittsburgh |

Driver, staff shortage at Port Authority causing missed trips and less transit frequency | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Port Authority to allow e-bikes on Pittsburgh-area transit vehicles with new pilot program | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

SBA grants, finally arriving, are crucial to maintaining Pittsburgh cultural groups | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh City Council to consider bereavement time for pregnancy loss | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

WEATHER: Remnants of Ida to bring heavy rain, flooding to Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Despite U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Philly city courts’ orders delaying evictions remains | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Afghans are welcome here | Editorial (

Fractured record keeping leaves Philly hospitals unsure which patients are vaccinated (

Nearly 1,000 Afghanistan evacuees have arrived in Philly amid looming Tuesday deadline for withdrawal (



Jan. 6 Committee Issues Orders For 35 Companies To Preserve Records : NPR

Time for Congress to step up for caregivers and those they serve (

Biden administration ramps up antitrust efforts amid worries about high prices | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette