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Over the summer, Pennsylvania state officials said school mask policies would be left up to local districts. 

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, health experts and community leaders have warned about the racial and economic disparities amplified by the coronavirus.

Community college enrollment drops 15% for men nationally since the start of the pandemic By Chloe Nouvelle September 24, 2021 Community college enrollment declined as COVID-19 swept across the country. But research from the National Student Clearinghouse shows more men than women opted out of 2-year institutions last spring.  Nationally, the percentage of men enrolled […]

‘What You Need to Know:’ election time again, this time with too few poll workers and COVID in Northampton County Prison By Jen Rehill and Brad Klein September 24, 2021 In our regular Friday feature, “What You Need to Know,” WLVR’s Brad Klein speaks with WLVR’s News Director, Jen Rehill, about the week’s top local […]

After the March 2020 pandemic shutdown of non-life-sustaining businesses, more than 42,000 businesses applied to the Wolf Administration to stay open.


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