Librarian says he was told to remove Holocaust survivor’s quote for violating Central Bucks’ ‘advocacy’ policy
The quote is from Wiesel’s 1986 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech.
The Steelers president pointed to Pittsburgh’s surge to a 9-8 finish following a 2-6 start as proof an offense that ranked 26th in points is heading in the right direction.
By Will Graves/The Associated Press
But don’t overlook all the playmakers at the skill positions on both teams.
By Rob Maadi/The Associated Press
SCGaming OpCo LLC
Plans are for the casino to have slot machines and table games and operate 24 hours a day. The company says it will bring the equivalent of about 350 full-time jobs.
Abby Drey / Centre Daily Times
While four local police departments were reimbursed for services that night, the university has not cut a check for the 70 State Police employees on hand — and it won’t say why.
By Wyatt Massey of Spotlight PA State College
What’s driving the upward trend? The big reason is that the plans are cheaper for people than they used to be.
By Selena Simmons-Duffin/NPR
a pilot program at a Lehigh Valley hospital is already under way.
By Tom Riese/WVIA
The goal is to simplify vaccination against COVID and perhaps adopt an approach similar that used for the flu vaccine, with annual updates to match whatever strain of the virus is circulating.
By Rob Stein/NPR
- Gene J. Puskar
By Sydney Lupkin/NPR
Gov. Tom Wolf ordered the review, but it will be up to new Gov. Josh Shapiro’s administration to take any action.
Reid R. Frazier
In Pa., heat pumps could be a climate change solution. But contractors and customers would need to buy in
Natural gas heats most homes in Pennsylvania. Heat-pump technology could help reduce one of the largest sources of greenhouse gases in America: home heating.
By Reid Frazier
Because the rule is now official, the court says the case is moot and any judgment given would not have an effect.
There are no federal maximum contaminant levels for PFAS. Pennsylvania joins others states that have set their own.
The tax credits for purchasing electric vehicles (EVs) got a major overhaul on Jan. 1
By Camila Domonoske/NPR
Pennsylvania House Republicans
A pair of Pa. House Republicans spearheading the effort have appealed a court decision that halted the trial.
By Sam Dunklau
House Democratic Caucus
House Speaker Mark Rozzi says he is “hopeful that the House and Senate will come together for our survivors of childhood sexual assault.”
A collective of county commissioners laid out their priorities
By Sam Dunklau
The county said it purchased the parkland in 1980 and that deed has always prohibited political activity there.
By Robby Brod
Democrats seek to bar insurrectionists from holding office. In Pa., a Senate leader denies Jan. 6 facts
Republican Sen. Cris Dush reprimands Democratic lawmaker for referring to the Capitol attack as an insurrection, wrongly saying no one has been charged with insurrection.
By Maysoon Kahn, The Associated Press/Report for America
Matthew Greene told jurors that the Proud Boys’ conversations became more heated as December 2020 wore on and challenges to President Donald Trump’s election loss were unsuccessful.
By Lindsay Whitehurst/The Associated Press
Manuel Balce Ceneta
It’s another major victory for the Justice Department, which is also trying to secure sedition convictions against the former leader of the Proud Boys and four associates.
By Michael Kunzelman and Alanna Durkin Richer/The Associated Press
The shooting comes less than 48 hours after a gunman killed 11 and wounded nine at a Chinese-owned ballroom dance studio in Monterey Park.
By James Doubek/NPR
Charles McGonigal, the former special agent in charge of counterintelligence in the FBI’s New York office, is accused of working with Oleg Deripaska, who has been on the U.S. sanctions list since 2018.
By Jaclyn Diaz/NPR
In countering Dominion, Fox’s lawyers offer a chart of offending statements and what it termed the “omitted context” that could explain why the material was newsworthy.
By David Folkenflik/NPR