‘What You Need to Know:’ State of the City, Latino candidate drops out of race and debates have begun

Written by on April 8, 2022

‘What You Need to Know:’ State of the City, Latino candidate drops out of race and debates have begun

By Brad Klein and Jen Rehill
April 8, 2022

Bethlehem Mayor J. William Reynolds is joined by (l to r) Angela DelGrosso, Janine Carambot Santoro, Laura Collins, Maraleen Shields and Michelle Kott for his first ‘State of the City’ address on April 7, 2022. (Photo | WLVR)

WLVR’s Brad Klein and Jen Rehill, review the top local and regional stories from the WLVR Newsroom. 

This week: Bethlehem Mayor William Reynolds gave his first “State of the City” address; the only Latino candidate in the primary race for Allentown’s 22nd State House District,  Norberto Dominguez, has dropped out saying he was unable to gather enough signatures to be sure of a primary spot; and debates have begun among GOP and Democratic contenders for Pennsylvania’s open US Senate seat.

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