• Snow brings slushy commute: Highways in and around Lancaster County were largely plowed and treated, but secondary and tertiary roads could still be snow-covered. (Source: WGAL) For delays and closings at schools and other community organizations, click here.
• A year after Jan. 6, political battles continue over elections in Pa.: Republican elected officials say their efforts to review the 2020 election and change current election law are legitimate. Democrats say some of those efforts are disingenuous and undermine voter trust. (Source: Capital-Star)
• Philadelphia runs out of rental assistance money: The city disbursed $248 million to more than 38,000 households. (Source: Inquirer)
• Elizabethtown College joins F&M in delaying start of semester: Elizabethtown College will begin one week late, on Jan. 18. Franklin & Marshall College is beginning in-person classes Jan. 31 after two weeks of virtual class. (Source: LNP)
• National/world roundup: Supreme Court to hear challenge to large-company vaccination mandate. (Source: UPI) Kazakh president gives 'shoot to kill' order to quell unrest. (Source: Reuters) Employers add tepid 199,000 jobs, unemployment falls to 3.9%. (Source: NBC News) Conservative media downplays Jan. 6. (Source: AP) New Jersey to pay $53 million to families whose loved ones died of Covid-19 at state-run nursing homes. (Source: New York Times)