Iryna Mazur, Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Philadelphia, shakes hands with Gov. Tom Wolf during a press event on Monday, March 7, 2022. (Source: Pa.gov)
Iryna Mazur, Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Philadelphia, shakes hands with Gov. Tom Wolf during a press event on Monday, March 7, 2022. (Source: Pa.gov)

Headlines:

U.S. Supreme Court rejects GOP lawsuit over Pa. redistricting: In separate orders, the court denied petitions to block court ordered Congressional maps in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. (Source: ABC 27)

Disbarred attorney pleads guilty to threatening government leaders: Kenelm Shirk, 72, of Cornwall, pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of threatening to murder a U.S. official. His former firm, Shirk Law Associates, served as Akron's borough solicitor. (Source: LNP)

Gov. Wolf calls for further action to support Ukraine: Wolf said he supports funding Ukranian refugee resettlement in Pennsylvania and fully divesting Pennsylvania from Russian assets. (Source: WITF)

Ephrata to seek 'Main Street,' 'Elm Street' designations: The effort to bring the two state economic development programs to the borough is led by Mainspring of Ephrata, whose leader, Joy Ashley, previously ran Ephrata Area Social Services. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Ukranian 'safe corridor' opens for civilian evacuation. (Source: USA Today) Dow falls 797 points. (Source: UPI) U.S. to ban Russian oil. (Source: CNBC) Congress passes bill to make lynching a federal hate crime. (Source: AP) Joro spiders could spread across East Coast. (Source: CBS News)

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