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Week In Review

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Murphy says indoor mask requirement to remain in NJ

Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy spoke Friday at a walk-up COVID-19 vaccination event in East Orange, alongside actor Whoopi Goldberg.

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Mom charged in vape oil poisoning of young son

Investigators allege Catasauqua woman poisoned the boy while he was in the hospital

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Friends, labor union react to death of Western Berks Water Authority employee

Officials said Cody Gipprich was working in a narrow pit when it's believed a valve or pipe failed, causing water to shoot out at high pressure.

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Wolf administration will increase indoor, outdoor event capacity

As vaccinations roll out and the spread of the virus lessens, the Wolf administration will increase indoor and outdoor gathering capacity, according to the governor's office of communications.

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Tower Health to consolidate, close some physician practices

Measures include consolidating some practices, closing certain locations and transitioning some health care providers. 

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History's Headlines

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History's Headlines: Books at war

According to someone who knew her well, May Virginia Kunz Valencik, the head librarian of the Allentown Public Library from 1942 to 1963, w…

Out and About

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Things to do: Bach Choir to hold virtual Bach Festival

The choir has partnered with WFMZ.com to host its online performances.

Entertainment

Zack Snyder hopes Warner Bros bend to fan pressure

Zack Snyder has revealed he'd love to make more DC movies in the coming years.

'Well, that's it.' 96-year-old DJ bids farewell in Hong Kong

A 96-year-old Hong Kong radio DJ has bid farewell to his listeners after more than seven decades in radio. His last track was “Time to Say …

Joe Exotic reveals prostate cancer diagnosis

Joe Exotic says he has prostate cancer and will undergo tests to determine how advanced it is.

Motley Crue's stadium tour postponed to 2022

The stadium tour featuring Motley Crue, Poison, Joan Jett and Def Leppard has been pushed back again until 2022.

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