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Readers React: Support right to repair – The Morning Call (

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf supports full Russia divestment, help for Ukraine refugees – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Gov. Tom Wolf calls for $2M to help Ukrainian refugees resettle in Pennsylvania (

Sammin: Meet Pennsylvania’s new Congressional District Map (


Coronavirus - COVID-19

Free COVID test kits are available again to order via USPS : NPR

Is the end of the COVID-19 pandemic finally upon us? Or is it another false spring? –

Pentagon asks Supreme Court to allow it to stop the deployment of unvaccinated SEALs : NPR

WHO says COVID boosters needed, reversing previous call – Reading Eagle

Reading Public Library will distribute free COVID tests (



Businesses struggling to adapt to soaring fuel prices | News |

Gas prices surge to a national record of above $4 a gallon : NPR

Why Midstate gas prices continue to rise (

Pennsylvania among 10 most expensive states for gas (

Shell says it will stop buying Russian oil, natural gas over Ukraine invasion | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Stocks sink, with the Nasdaq entering a bear market : NPR

Local used car dealers capitalize on unprecedented market – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Restaurants press for more Covid-19 relief, RRF replenishment – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Want to fix that worker shortage? Pa.’s autistic, neurodiverse residents are ready | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (



Cosby Remains Free as U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Montco DA’s Appeal – DV Journal (

Experts warn increased threats on officials could spark violence ahead of election – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (



Bucks Community College honors inaugural group of Dream Builders – Lower Bucks Times

Pennsylvania community colleges eye a budget increase, first in years | Pennsylvania |

Villanova receives $10M gift from foundation of late homebuilding mogul – Philadelphia Business Journal (

The Pandemic Has Worsened the Reading Crisis in Schools – The New York Times (

Franklin Regional ‘pauses’ teaching of novel about Iranian Revolution after complaints |

Ursinus College names its 19th president, first woman to hold the post on a permanent basis (



PA Supreme Court to Decide Fate of Mail-In Ballots | PoliticsPA

Supreme Court stays out of election law challenges from N.C., Pa., for now : NPR

Supreme Court rejects GOP redistricting pleas in Pa. and N.C. (

SCOTUS denies emergency injunction, kicks Pa. congressional map challenge back to lower court – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Democrats Turn Their Attention to Governor’s Races Across Country | PoliticsPA

Chester County Political Committees Endorse Candidates as Primary Nears – DV Journal (

David McCormick’s record on job creation may give false impression to Pennsylvania voters | WITF

Dem dark money group to target Trump lawyers in ads in Pa., elsewhere | Tuesday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Barletta leads in latest Pennsylvania Governor GOP race poll (

McCormick leads latest Pennsylvania Senate GOP race poll (


Medio ambiente

U.S. Steel fined $1.8 million for hydrogen sulfide emissions at Clairton plant | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Satellite images show the Amazon rainforest is hurtling toward a ‘tipping point’ | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Supreme Court cannot allow coal companies to write their own rules | Opinion (



Line 5 closure could cause Midwest transportation costs to jump $5.9B over five years | Indiana |



Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia plans nearly $3.5B in capital projects by 2028 (Video) – Philadelphia Business Journal (

UPMC to propose new 636-bed hospital in Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Noticias del Estado

Bill that would allow vets exposed to toxic water to sue passes House (

$26 million for mine reclamation coming to Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania |

Pa. pension fund debates how to cash out of Russian after its invasion of Ukraine (

Pennsylvania city boasts the second-best Wordle scores in the U.S. | Today in Pa. –


Noticias nacionales

How sanctions are pinning down the Russian economy : Planet Money : NPR

Russia is restricting social media as war in Ukraine continues : NPR

U.N. says 2 million people have fled Ukraine during Russian onslaught | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Humanitarian Crisis Worsens for Ukrainians Trapped in Russia’s Onslaught – The New York Times (

Talks between Russia and Ukraine yield little, with civilians still trapped in besieged cities | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Two Days of Russian News Coverage: An Alternate Reality of War – The New York Times (

NATO is a country club that does little for non-members (

New Hampshire voters will weigh in on AccuVote ballot machines : NPR

Despite vitriol, MLB owners, locked-out players closing gap (

Despite historic Supreme Court nomination, Black female judges rarely reach federal level (


Noticias locales

Bridgeport residents, Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church rally to support Ukraine – timesherald

Harrisburg organization fighting crime with career opportunities (

Radnor Residents Weigh In on Kratom at Town Hall – DV Journal (

Middletown approves incentive program for volunteer firefighters – Delco Times

Lancaster City Council to vote on parking meter rate increase Tuesday | Local News |

Ephrata economic development organization to seek ‘downtown’ designation; here’s what it means | News |

Coatesville officials announce comprehensive parking plan as redevelopment advances – Daily Local

Redistricting commission recommends minimal change to City Council districts (

Berks County will host session on American Rescue Plan grant process (

State College Borough’s “See Click Fix” app allows people to report issues and communicate with government | WITF

Chester receiver takes city officials to court for interfering with financial recovery efforts | WITF

Esports and STEM education center opening at Doylestown Y | The Bucks County Herald

Supporters protest suspension of Wayne County teacher | State and Regional News |



City, developer reach deal to bring hundreds of new apartments and a grocery to Oakland | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey comes to terms with developers on proposed Oakland Crossings project |

Pittsburgh Foundation and United Way partner to direct donations to Ukrainian Refugees | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Pittsburgh-area libraries get rid of late fees, even outstanding ones | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Sewickley Academy assistant head resigns, four teachers dismissed after recent upheaval | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

West Mifflin school district must pay former superintendent $2.95M in damages, federal jury rules | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh steps up for Ukraine | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Many large events and conventions, including the Army-Navy Game, are returning to Philadelphia in 2022 – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Philly police don’t deserve benefit of the doubt in killing of 12-year-old child | Editorial (

Youth Aid Panel diverts youth offenders from a life of crime | Local News |

Attorneys for Equity Forward, Real Alternatives make their arguments in court over open records – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Group urges Penn to pay ‘fair share’ to support Philly public schools | Local News |



Acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine: We’re trying everything to avoid WWIII | WITF

Senate passes anti-lynching bill : NPR

Senate unanimously passes anti-lynching bill after century of failure | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

U.S. government shutdown days away as Congress struggles on Ukraine aid, COVID-19 relief – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (