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As a potential eviction surge looms, Pa. officials are pointing to more than $1 billion in housing assistance money | WITF

As federal eviction moratorium ends, state officials tell Pennsylvanians to apply for rental assistance | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

In Lancaster, Wolf touts COVID relief to Pa.’s bars, restaurants | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Wolf calls for more nursing home staff | Columnists |

Gov. Wolf: PA to rely on vaccine, not mitigation, to contain COVID-19 surge sparked by variants | Local Business |

Pa. Auditor General DeFoor: The 2020 election’s been certified, we’re moving on (

Pennsylvania Senate leaders question ‘aggressive’ decertification of Fulton County voting machines | State | theprogressnews.comGOP state lawmaker pushes for controversial election audit: A look at if it could actually happen | WITF

What would a partisan election review look like for Pennsylvania? | City & State PA (

What does a recent Pa. Supreme Court ruling mean for survivors of childhood sexual abuse? | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

La Universidad de Kutztown celebra una rueda de prensa para anunciar la financiación de la DEI | BCTV

La subvención estatal para financiar la compra de la escena del crimen / unidad de investigación de accidentes en Lower Makefield | Yardley Area |

Elanco receives $6.7M in aid from state budget boost | Community News |

Wolf: Landfills will soon be required to test for radium | News |

PWSA receives $24 million state loan for sewer line repairs |

Pennsylvania funding will go toward water projects | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Coronavirus - COVID-19

As Virus Cases Rise, Another Contagion Spreads Among the Vaccinated: Anger – The New York Times (

Pfizer and Moderna to expand vaccine trials in children ages 5-11 at FDA request, report says (

Cambria judge reinstates mask order in county courtrooms | News |

Pennsylvania urges vaccinations for ages 12 and older, tighter guidelines for in-person school – The Morning Call (

Monroe County COVID cases increased by 88 this week (



Pa. nursing home strike avoided as workers reach tentative deal (

A dozen Pa. nursing homes avoid one-day strike, while workers at several others might not clock in | WITF

New Erie nursing school one answer to chronic nursing shortage (

From semiconductors to labor, Covid-19 shortages persist. Experts say it will take time to fix. – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Philadelphia’s industrial submarkets morphing amid a dearth of space, more demand – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Wabtec’s locomotive union in Erie drafts Invest in America Act amendment to help environment, sales (

First-ever Black-owned Business Expo planned at Mohegan Sun | News |



A police killing in Philadelphia could change Pa. use-of-force cases forever · Spotlight PA

Philadelphia police retirements tick up in 2020 amid pandemic and protests | Local News |

Pa. law enforcement, lawyers, legislators try to raise awareness of human trafficking |

Harrisburg Police preparing for National Night Out (

‘Welcome aboard’ | Johnstown adds six new police officers | Local News |



PA School Counselors Association Backs CRT in Classrooms – DV Journal (

St. Joe’s drops contract for professor involved in free-speech controversy (

After Last Year’s Decline, Schools Wonder How Many Kindergartners To Expect : NPR

Pennsylvania schools should follow CDC mask guidance, state says (

Lehigh Valley school district will stop using Native American logo – The Morning Call (

Repeat a grade to bridge pandemic learning gaps? Most Pa. parents say no thanks –

PPS holds public forum to discuss health and safety proposal | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Republicans recommend Manetti to run for 113th state House District seat (

Police Interview Gubernatorial Candidate After Fatal PA Turnpike Accident – DV Journal (

Benjamin Mannes: Former police officials, now candidates, debunk the left’s efforts to defund the police (

Two Republicans seeking Senate seat trade jabs for Trump’s endorsement | City & State PA (

Democrats Try to Win Back Latino Voters After 2020 Election – The New York Times (

Law firm will update progress on Luzerne DA election question soon, councilwoman says | |

El interés de Malcolm Kenyatta y Sharif Street por la carrera al Senado de Pensilvania en 2022 eleva la tensión (


Medio ambiente

The Climate Change Link To More And Bigger Wildfires : NPR

Partes de Pa. se nebuloso debido a los intensos incendios forestales occidentales. Podría ocurrir más a menudo | StateImpact Pennsylvania (



Central Pa. residents don’t have to travel far to find some of nation’s best hospitals: U.S. News –

Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center among care sites impacted by Elekta data breach – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Doctors worry that memory problems after COVID-19 may set the stage for Alzheimer’s | WITF


Noticias del Estado

President Biden to visit Mack Trucks facility on Wednesday – The Morning Call (

Pennsylvania college savings program sees record growth | State |

Pa. firefighters prepare for trip to battle fires out west (

Single statewide opening day for trout season will return under Pa. Fish and Boat Commission plan –

Mentor youth to have chance at bear, waterfowl seasons (

Pa. Trout Unlimited volunteers improve, protect waterways fly fishing, (

Cómo ver a los atletas de Pensilvania Central en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio, seguimiento de resultados (

Deadline for REAL ID enforcement pushed back to May 2023 (

Scranton mayor presses Congress to naturalize undocumented immigrants through budget reconciliation | Pennsylvania |

U.S. mayors, including Scranton’s, call on Congress to pass immigration reform | Tuesday Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Federal judge fines Lancaster County farm $250K after contempt finding | Local News |


Noticias nacionales

Michigan Lawmakers Agree To Return $65,000 In Coronavirus Hazard Pay Bonuses : NPR

Simone Biles out of team finals with injury (

Japanese Tennis Star Naomi Osaka Is Out Of Tokyo Olympics In Third Round Loss : Live Updates: The Tokyo Olympics : NPR

‘About time’: Gay athletes unleash rainbow wave on Olympics | News |

Tokyo Olympics soccer: USWNT, Australia result is 0-0 tie; USA reaches quarterfinals (

Tokyo records record virus cases days after Olympics begin | Coronavirus |

Families Splurge On Clothes And Electronics In Likely Record Back-To-School Spree : NPR

Sales of new homes fall 6.6% in June | Business |


Noticias locales

We are the Champions, Penn FC Lightning make Central PA history with national title (

Archeologists digging at Hopewell Furnace to uncover lives of African American tenant farmers | News |

Last chance to appeal new tax assessments | Local-news |

Bogus unemployment claims baffle, frustrate Lancaster County employees, bosses; ‘The whole thing is really weird’ | Local Business |

Lackawanna County emergency director resigns with no notice | Crime-Emergency |

Luzerne County finalizes agreement with law firm to review Children and Youth | News |

Reading looks to return almost $800,000 to property owners | Local News |



Pittsburgh restaurants battle red tape to get federal COVID funding only to have the money snatched away | WITF

A Pittsburgh Burger King closes temporarily as workers apparently walk out | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Pitt to build more housing in Oakland — but not for students | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh City Council and Mayor Bill Peduto snubbed citizens in four-year spending plan | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



‘It’s Just a Matter of Time:’ Former Top Cop Chitwood Says Philly Crime Will Be Felt in Suburbs – DV Journal (

Cleanup Continues After 130-Year-Old Water Main Breaks, Sends Water Gushing Down Street In Queen Village – CBS Philly (



Nearing deal, bipartisan infrastructure negotiations stall again | ABC27

Senators, White House in talks to finish infrastructure bill | Business |

Jan. 6 Insurrection Hearing With Capitol Police: Watch Live : NPR

4 Officers Who Responded To Capitol Riot Will Deliver 1st Testimonies To New Panel : NPR

8 US attorney picks by Biden would include historic firsts | National and World |

A lawsuit against Jan. 6 rally speakers forces DOJ to consider who’s legally immune | WITF

President Joe Biden promised to cancel some student loan debt once elected, months later here’s where he stands –