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Pennsylvania will be short one million COVID-19 vaccines next week. State health officials learned today there are none left in the federal reserve. Read more
President-elect Joe Biden outlined his plans for economic relief from the coronavirus crisis on, citing the need for a more robust vaccination plan as well Read more
The Board of Directors released a statement saying the district is working to develop a hybrid instructional model that will combine in-person and remote learning. Read more
A retired Pennsylvania firefighter has been arrested on suspicion of throwing a fire extinguisher that hit three police officers during the siege at the U.S. Read more
The Lehigh Valley is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with virtual events on Jan. 18. Read more
WLVR’s Hayden Mitman spoke with U.S. Sen. Bob Casey to discuss his experience during the Capitol riots. Read more
Tom Connors, director of the Carbon County Animal Shelter in Nesquehoning, is known to some as a dog whisperer. Read more
Many Americans have been struggling to pay rent during the pandemic. Nationwide, Americans owe more than $70 billion in back rent. It’s not only tenants Read more
Demonstrators intent on protesting at the state Pennsylvania Capitol Complex in the coming days may be met with everything from mounted police to Pennsylvania National Read more
Exactly one week after U.S. Rep. Susan Wild was hunkered in an undisclosed location in the U.S. Capitol complex after insurgents attacked, she cast her Read more


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