Lancaster city police Officer Brian Coyt mans a recruitment table at Millersville University in this January 2022 photo. (Source: Lancaster Bureau of Police)
Lancaster city police Officer Brian Coyt mans a recruitment table at Millersville University in this January 2022 photo. (Source: Lancaster Bureau of Police)

Headlines:

Interim executive director takes charge at Workforce Development Board: John Moser takes over from Cathy Rychalsky. Rychalsky, who had complained about a personnel matter and subsequently sought to resign, was fired Feb. 2. (Source: LNP)

Pa. legislative Republicans celebrate judge's ruling against mail-in voting. At a press conference Wednesday, they expressed confidence the state Supreme Court will uphold the lower court decision. The lawsuit in question was filed by 14 House Republicans, including 11 who voted for the mail-in balloting law they now oppose. (Source: Capital-Star)

Social Security field offices remain closed: Advocates say the ongoing closures due to the pandemic are creating burdens for people who need in-person services. (Source: WITF)

Lancaster city police making recruitment push: The city is offering its own qualifying test in March as well as participating in the county police consortium testing process. The deadline to sign up for the city test is Monday. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Inflation rises 7.5% over past 12 months. (Source: AP) CDC drops explicit limits on opioid prescriptions. (Source: USA Today) Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Navarro. (Source: CBS News) Chen, Kim win Olympic gold medals. (Source: AP) Homeland Security warns that truck convoy could disrupt Super Bowl. (Source: The Hill)

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