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The GOP-controlled Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted along party lines to peel back policies the Wolf administration made using emergency powers. That was possible due Read more
A plan to merge six state universities into two regional institutions drew criticism in a public hearing on June 9. Read more
Pennsylvania’s new unemployment claims system launched June 8, replacing a 40-year-old infrastructure. Read more
Some inmates in Lehigh Valley jails will be able to visit loved ones in person after more than a year of COVID-19 lockdowns in Lehigh Read more
The Wolf Administration has provided guidance for children under the age of 12, who are not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Read more
The Kellyn Foundation’s Mobile Market will set up Wednesday afternoons through the summer. Read more
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) is part of a small group of GOP senators who have been meeting with the White House about infrastructure spending Read more
Top Republicans are embarking on a continued effort to expand students’ school options by increasing tax credit limits for donors who want to subsidize scholarships Read more
Bethlehem-based OraSure Technologies has received emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its long-awaited at-home coronavirus testing kits. Read more
This week, Pennsylvania is replacing its 40-year-old unemployment filing process with a new system with the intention of making filing easier and helping untangle a Read more
Bethlehem Police reach out to the community to build trust, strengthen relationships By Dave Heller June 8, 2021 Bethlehem Mayor Bob Donchez and Bethlehem Chief Read more
For schools, it was a year like no other and the summer will look different too. Some districts will use June and July to try Read more
Civic and nonprofit legal groups are suing the Berks County Commissioners for not sharing information about plans for an immigrant family detention center. Read more
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Val Arkoosh visited Hazelwood Green Monday to learn about Allegheny County’s infrastructure plans and voice her support for President Joe Read more
The first Philadelphia Flower Show ever to be held outdoors kicked off over the weekend. This year's theme is “Habitat: Nature's Masterpiece.” Read more
School during the pandemic looked different from district to district but in some cases it was different even within a family. As the COVID school Read more
Can an employer require employees to get vaccinated? The simple answer is yes. Read more
People who get COVID-19 have a higher risk of developing a serious stroke for several weeks following infection, according to new research led by Geisinger Read more
Senator Pat Toomey held a roundtable discussion this week with Lehigh Valley health officials and local parents who have lost children to opioid addiction. Read more
One of Pennsylvania's top federal prosecutors says he's committed to help hunt down those who participated in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Read more

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