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Pennsylvania senators revive bipartisan bill calling for transparency in prescription drug costs | Pennsylvania |

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Coronavirus - COVID-19


To mask or not to mask? When it comes to unvaccinated children, it’s complicated. | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

On the COVID-19 front lines, when not getting belly rubs | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

After detecting new hybrid coronavirus variant, Vietnam races to increase testing and restrictions | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

What employers can do when a worker refuses to be vaccinated – Philadelphia Business Journal (

The ‘Time Has Come’ For A Global Pandemic Treaty, WHO’s Tedros Says : Coronavirus Updates : NPR

Vaccine Date On Race Varies Widely Among States, Making Outreach Difficult : Shots – Health News : NPR

Maryland reaches the 70% threshold in adult vaccinations –

Mobile units hitting tiny U.S. towns, satisfied whether they find ‘two people or 200′ to vaccinate –


A Stark Racial Divide On Vaccinations Leaves Many At Risk As Pennsylvania Reopens | 90.5 WESA

Pennsylvania lifts coronavirus mitigation restrictions |

Government shouldn’t be able to require vaccine passports | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvanians should see more normalcy in their lives as state lifts many COVID-19 restrictions | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

To mask or not to mask? As Pennsylvania begins to reopen, people have decisions to make. (

Pa.’s reopening is here. But after wildly different years, how will people reconnect? (

Pennsylvania lifts all Covid-19 restrictions except for mask mandate – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Pennsylvania lifts capacity restrictions for businesses, retail shops | WITF

PA COVID restrictions update: what business owners, residents need to know (

New COVID-19 cases plummet in Pennsylvania (


Lancaster Countians react to easing of COVID-19 capacity limits, social distancing rules Monday | Health |

Few COVID-19 cases reported locally, statewide | Coronavirus |

Region reports fewest new COVID-19 cases since mid-July | Coronavirus |

Six new cases of COVID reported in Luzerne County | coronavirus |

Local pharmacies face decreasing vaccine demand | coronavirus |



Philadelphia office landlords are seeking refuge in lab space conversions – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Unisys reduces office space by 27%, embraces hoteling and gig workers – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Nextmv shifts focus from B2B to individual developers to scale ahead of Series B – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Labor shortage: These metros could be most susceptible to tight talent market – Philadelphia Business Journal (

‘The industry is plagued’: Pa. restaurant owners say lifting of COVID-19 restrictions doesn’t mean ‘return to normal’ –

‘We gotta run around like rats’: Jersey Shore businesses still struggling to hire as season gets underway | WITF

Lancaster County employers raising minimum pay to $15 in effort to fill chronic job openings | Local Business |

Beaver County Career and Technology Center to offer apprenticeship readiness program (

Wanted: Millions of cybersecurity pros. Salary: Whatever you want | Business |

Restaurant workers welcome end of restrictions | News |

4 tips for small-business owners paying down pandemic debt | Times Leader



Vatican law criminalizes abuse of adults by priests, laity | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Amid national debate on policing: Are more women officers the answer? –

Data: Black people in Pa. are more than 5 times as likely as whites to be killed by police | Tuesday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Ex-Erie City Council chief doesn’t have to repay all her fraud victims (

Records show force used against Kim Stringer in Bucks County Jail (

Why did Bucks corrections staff use force against a mentally ill inmate? (



Pennsylvania State System on Higher Education slates public hearings on consolidation plan – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Keystone Oaks High School moves online for Tuesday after water main break | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pocono schools dealt with decline in enrollment during pandemic (

Freedom teacher receives Harmony Hero award for courtyard classroom (

Targeting ‘Critical Race Theory,’ Republicans Rattle American Schools – The New York Times (



A New Mexico Special Election Is Posing An Early Test Of Democrats’ 2022 Messaging : NPR

Pa. governor’s race 2022: Why Wolf’s legacy matters (

Lowman S. Henry: A Tale of Two Governors: Wolf and DeSantis | Opinion |

Op-Ed: It’s time to end closed primaries in Pennsylvania (

How much do elections cost in Delaware County? | News |

Letter to the Editor: Delco’s primary election turnout was extraordinary | Opinion |



Calming effect: Pittsburgh installs speed humps, traffic circles to slow traffic and increase safety | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Lehigh Valley tourism explodes amid vaccines, easing restrictions – The Morning Call (

Highways, bridges: PennDOT eyes tolling with $8.1 billion shortfall. (

Erie Ravine Drive project: City will demolish bridge; no access road (

SEPTA launches pilot plan to reduce deadly falls and jumps onto tracks | Local News |



These Penn scientists discovered how the brain engages in imagination (

Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month | Smart Talk (

Jury selection slated in UPMC suit over Altoona acquisition | WITF

In first interview, new LG Health CEO talks about staff morale, COVID-19 vaccine | Health |


Noticias del Estado

Pa.’s 2020 census response exceeds national average | The Numbers Racket | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Weekly unemployment claims in Pennsylvania increased last week (

Pennsylvania businesses, consumers among those getting short end of the stick amid lumber shortage | WITF

Pa. using insecticide on invasive spotted lanternflies – WHYY

What is infrastructure? Ahead of summer slog, lawmakers advance competing definitions to sell a deal | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

After transition, Pa.’s unemployment system will be faster and easier to use, state officials say | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Anxiety runs high as Pa. begins massive overhaul of 60-year-old unemployment computer system · Spotlight PA

Internal PSERS documents show how Pa’s biggest pension fund got key financial calculation wrong · Spotlight PA

A year after George Floyd’s death, protesters reflect on what’s changed in Western Pennsylvania |

New Pa. unemployment system expected to go live next week | Today in Pa. –

Only two Pennsylvania state parks had to turn visitors away Monday due to overcrowding – The Morning Call (

Infrastructure overhaul should focus more on safety, advocates say | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Erie Pride Month: Virtual festival, vehicle parade, art exhibit planned (

Investigation: ATF rarely issues harsh gun dealer penalties in Pennsylvania (


Noticias nacionales

In Tulsa, solemn remembrances of a century-old race massacre by survivors and descendants | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Paul Rucker’s ‘Black Wall Streets’ Marks 100 Years Since The Tulsa Race Massacre : NPR

Hundreds gather at historic Tulsa church’s prayer wall | Across America |

Meat is latest cyber victim as hackers hit top supplier JBS | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hackers hit top supplier JBS, making meat the latest victim of a cyberattack –

Fast-cash house flippers flood poor neighborhoods in U.S. | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

After defeating restrictive voting bill, Texas Dems send loud message: ‘We need Congress to do their part’ | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Macron says wiretapping ‘not acceptable between allies,’ after new report adds details about an old NSA program | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Vets return to Memorial Day traditions as pandemic eases | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Texas Governor Threatens No Pay After Democrats Block Voting Bill : NPR

A New Hurricane Season Brings A New Threat: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning : NPR

China Will Now Permit Married Couples To Have Up To 3 Children : NPR

Study finds that the U.S. had more shark attacks last year than any other country –

4-time Grand Slam champ withdraws from French Open after dispute over media access –

California looks at shuttered malls, stores and sees an answer to its affordable housing shortage –

Home-based gun dealers fail ATF inspections nationwide (

BEHIND THE WHEEL: Less choice, higher car prices in chip shortage | Business |

Global Shortages During Coronavirus Reveal Failings of Just in Time Manufacturing – The New York Times (


Noticias locales

Readers sound off on GOP commission nix, puppy mills and Bezos bid – New York Daily News (

South Side Hilltop Memorial Day Pilgrimage Returns To Honor Fallen Soldiers – CBS Pittsburgh (

‘Those who gave last full measure’ remembered on Memorial Day in Westmoreland County |

Military sacrifices remembered on Memorial Day across the Alle-Kiski Valley |

‘Saving Claremont’: Can a citizens group thwart the sale of a Cumberland County nursing home? –

In Carlisle, a rededication ceremony returns life to a previously forgotten resting place –

East Pennsboro ROTC teacher the latest to benefit from American Legion Riders Post 751 –

Firefighters battle trash, building fires in Harrisburg –

Fire crews clean up following 2 house fires in 7 hours in northern Berks | Berks and Beyond |

With volunteer ranks dwindling, Berks fire companies exploring financial incentives | Berks and Beyond |

Reading must improve stadium or risk losing Fightin Phils, officials say | Local News |

Lehigh County Court jury trials return: What you need to know – The Morning Call (

U.S.S. Cod: WWII submarine will get repairs at Erie shipyard (

Lancaster Water Week – Lancaster Conservancy

Yardley council won’t weigh in on Vault kitchen zoning request (

Morrisville authority pays $4 million for new plant plot at U.S. Steel (

Chester County commissioners want to continue virtual meetings | Local-news |

‘They are remembered’: Luminarias at Johnstown Flood National Memorial honor lives lost in 1889 | Local News |

50th National Memorial Day returns a sense of ‘normalcy’ | Local-news |

County council to resume in-person meetings this week | Coronavirus |

Conyngham celebrates Memorial Day | News |

Visionaries saw future in Hazleton’s downtown at St. Paul’s church | News |

Process to select new county manager will start soon | News |

Luzerne County 911 upgrade project on track but cost increased | News |

Nearly 400 runners take part in 40th Old Fort 5 Miler | Times Leader

‘We’re here for the people that aren’t here’ | Times Leader



‘A place to be’: New group brings together Pittsburgh arts administrators of color | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Creatives with Pittsburgh connections bring New York City pop-up to life | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Groups of off-road vehicles reported driving around Pittsburgh |

Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh announces 4 new, merged parishes to be created in July |



Philly cops are fighting back 2 years after racist Facebook posts got them fired | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Philadelphia police reform is a work in progress a year after Mayor Jim Kenney promised change (

For Philly, it’s time to put people before parking spaces | Editorial (

Philly consumers’ spending goes up as pandemic recedes (

After a year of COVID-19 restrictions, criminal trials are the final step in restoring Philly-area courthouses to full capacity (

A year after police teargassed 52nd Street, Philadelphia activists and community members call for justice (

Philly grapples with statues of Frank Rizzo, Christopher Columbus, and more, a year after post-George Floyd protests – The Morning Call (

Philly Council looks to diversify city workforce by eliminating so-called ‘Rule of Two’ | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (



Move ahead with capitol riot commission, anyway, Connolly urges Biden (

Biden To Visit Tulsa For Anniversary Of 1921 Race Massacre On Black Wall Street : NPR

Biden to honor forgotten victims of 1921 Tulsa race massacre Tuesday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biden aims to rebuild and expand legal immigration | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biden honors war dead at Arlington, implores nation to heal | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biden’s Budget Removes A Longstanding Ban On Abortion Funding : NPR

Voting Rights Bill Falters in Congress as States Race Ahead – The New York Times (