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Pittsburgh’s Jewish community calls out Mastriano’s activity on prominent ‘hate speech’ platform | Politics | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Local lawmakers condemn Doug Mastriano for paying controversial Gab website for advertising campaign | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Voting rights lawyers say latest GOP mail-voting challenge in Pennsylvania is ‘fueling the big lie’ | WITF

$8.3M in state funds key to plans for business park at former McGinness Airport in Columbia | Local News |


Coronavirus - COVID-19

White House tries to make Biden’s COVID a ‘teachable moment’ (

COVID-19 vaccine clinic Friday at Yellow Creek State Park | Coronavirus |

Pa. officials stress safety, necessity of COVID jab for youngest kids | Friday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

COVID-related hospitalizations in Allegheny County triple in one week | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Pa.’s unemployment trust fund is broke. The Wolf admin says a long-term fix will save taxpayers millions. · Spotlight PA

New DOT rule aims to get more small businesses a cut of the $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan – Philadelphia Business Journal (

The minimum wage just isn’t cutting it anymore | Opinion –

Customers Bank to close 2 branches in Berks, 5 total in SE Pa. (

Starbucks workers go on strike at one Philadelphia location (

Ben Franklin Technology Partners to invest $252,500 in the regional economy (



Exclusive: Philadelphia Police Department to lose its accreditation (

‘We don’t want anarchy, we want to live’: DA, police chiefs talk gun issues at Wallingford Synagogue – Delco Times



PASSHE plan: With new funding, grow enrollments by 20% | Pennsylvania |

Pennsylvania universities receive new funding, how will it be spent? (

Lehigh Valley education leaders are largely optimistic about state’s plan to recruit and retain teachers – The Morning Call (

Erie School District: Huge funding boost, but still a 4.45% tax hike (

Pittsburgh Public Schools appoints Wayne Walters as permanent superintendent | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Penn State set to increase tuition for most students, with a freeze for families who make under $75,000 | WITF

Penn State’s planning a 2.5% salary increase for employees | WITF

Temple increases tuition rates for 2022–2023 | Local News |

Proposed Scranton school budget calls for tax increase, security officers districtwide | Education |



The 5 Pa. Senate races to watch in 2022 | Analysis – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pennsylvania Congressional Vulnerability: July 2022 Rating (

Only five governors less popular than Pennsylvania Democrat Tom Wolf | Pennsylvania |

Mehmet Oz campaigns at Allentown Farmers Market (

Pa. Senate race: John Fetterman attends first fund-raisers since stroke (


Medio ambiente

Monarch butterflies move a step closer to extinction : NPR

Leaders must act in wake of Supreme Court’s climate ruling (

Increase of lanternflies across the Midstate (

A $220M commitment from Pa. could be a ‘game-changer’ for Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

What Philadelphia can learn from Harrisburg on funding environmental protections | Opinion (



What’s proposed, what’s needed to expand Erie passenger train service (



Polio case in New York is the first in the U.S. since 2013 : NPR

A birthing center coming to Southwest Philly aims to tackle Black maternal mortality rates | Health |

Mistrust lingers in Black communities amid 988 launch | Across America |


Noticias del Estado

Rep. Wild’s ‘Deplorables’ Moment: Carbon County Voters Need to be ‘Schooled’ Over Support for Trump – DV Journal (

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers – City & State Pennsylvania (

Susquehanna Waterkeeper organization settles pollution claims against Pa. plant –


Noticias nacionales

Newsom Wants Democrats to Fight Fire With Fire, Starting With a Gun Bill – The New York Times (

U.S. heat wave: Utilities and the power grid are keeping up for now : NPR

Three common myths about the abortion debate : Shots – Health News : NPR

In Some States, Voters Will Get to Decide the Future of Abortion Rights – Delco Times

GOP NY governor candidate Lee Zeldin was attacked at an event but not injured : NPR

OAN officially dropped by Verizon, its last major carrier (

The U.S. child welfare system is falling short because of persistent child poverty | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Amazon gets ‘Whole Foods of primary care’ with One Medical deal | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Nearly half of working adults say they’re open to relocating to abortion-friendly states | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Noticias locales

Guest Opinion: Central Bucks library policy rooted in care for students (

Guest Opinion: Yes, Central Bucks, your library proposal is a book ban (

Bucks County authority to hold forums on potential sewer sale to Aqua (

Aqua begins $1.1 million main replacement project in Chester County – Daily Local

Conoy supervisors proceeds with hearing to discuss formation of joint emergency management services authority | Community News |

Erie County Council forms committee to readdress American Rescue Plan funds (

What to know as Pride Fest returns to Harrisburg –

Chester County officials pledge more funding for affordable housing in wealthy neighborhoods (

From Walmart to medical clinic: Geisinger shows off new Pittston Township Healthplex | Times Leader

After canceled visit, Biden calls Wilkes-Barre mayor | News |

Keystone Mission opens transformation center | News |

Debate over McBride appointment continues at election board meeting | Election |



Gainey looks to increase diversity in Pittsburgh boards, commissions |

East Liberty Giant Eagle closing to make way for new grocery store (

Giant Heinz ketchup bottles carted away as Steelers’ home undergoes its Acrisure makeover: watch –



3 Philadelphia developers ‘ready to make a big leap’ chosen for grants promoting affordable housing – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Sixers unveil plans for new Center City arena to mixed reactions from fans and local officials – City & State Pennsylvania (

In the Sixers arena plan, hopes for a revitalized Market East — and concerns about poor urban design | Opinion (

How Philadelphia’s outdoor workers find relief in the heat wave (

Philadelphia, Pa. weather brings heat emergency declaration (

Should part of Washington Avenue remain five lanes? | Pro/Con (



Trump didn’t act and didn’t want to, plus 4 other takeaways from Jan. 6 hearing : NPR

Jan. 6 panel sheds light on the 187 minutes Trump went dark during Capitol siege | WITF

Jan. 6 probe: Irate Trump demanded to join, not call off mob | News |

Five takeaways from Thursday’s Jan. 6 hearing (

Senate Democrats roll out long-awaited bill to legalize marijuana (

U.S. House panel advances assault weapons ban on party-line vote – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (