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Protestors · Uvalde

Students nationwide walk out of classes to protest inaction on guns by government

56% Center coverage: 16 sources
Some D.C. and Virginia schools plan walkouts in support of the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. Students Demand Action is the student arm of Everytown for Gun Safety. Gun law reform advocates are also planning a second "March for Our Lives" protest.See the Story

Lansing-area home prices rise 10.9% in May, with houses for sale in high demand

80% Left coverage: 10 sources
A typical Rapides Parish home listed for $225,000 in May, up 4.7% from a month earlier. Avoyelles Parish's home prices fell 6.7%, to a median $140,000. The typical 1,700-square-foot house had a list price of $83 per square foot.Across the United States, median home prices were $446,950.See the Story
US & Canada

South Philly Barbacoa’s Cristina Martinez named James Beard best chef Mid-Atlantic

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Christina Martinez, co-owner and chef of South Philadelphia's Barbacoa, won the James Beard Award for best chef in the mid-Atlantic region for 2022. She was nominated for the same category in 2019 and 2020. Philadelphia's Jesse Ito of Royal Izakaya and Chutatip "Nok" Suntaranon of Kalaya Thai Kitchen were also nominated.See the Story
US & Canada

Tony Luke's founder, son Nicholas, plead guilty in federal tax fraud case

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Two owners of Tony Luke's, a famous Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurant, have pleaded guilty in a tax fraud scheme. Tony Lucidonio Sr., or Tony Luke Sr., and NicholasLucidonio entered their guilty pleas on Monday. They admitted to participating in a plot to evade payroll taxes between 2006 and 2016.See the Story
US & Canada

Worker dies after falling from lift at Ocean City, New Jersey amusement park

Coverage: 4 sources
The victim was an employee of a subcontractor working on a lift at the pier. The 144-foot Ferris wheel, known as the Giant Wheel, is among the largest on the East Coast. The amusement park was open last summer and already had opened select rides.See the Story
Gender Discrimination

NJ Attorney General files civil rights complaint against Pine Valley Golf Club alleging gender discrimination

Coverage: 4 sources
Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced the filing of a civil rights complaint. The complaint alleges "a pattern of gender-based discrimination by the historically male-dominated club" The Pine Valley Golf Club says it has lifted all restrictions on membership and use of its facilities based on sex or gender.See the Story
Syracuse, New York · Syracuse

Graduation 2022: See Corcoran High School’s graduating seniors, commencement info (list)

Coverage: 2 sources
High school students in the Class of 2022 have been through a lot in the past two years. More than half of their high school career has been affected by the pandemic. The ceremony for graduating seniors of Thomas J. Corcoran High School is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, June 25, 2022.See the Story
Burlington County · Burlington County

SWAT respond to Burlington County standoff, nearby school closed

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
SWAT units have been called to Bentley Avenue and Cherry Street. Roads in the area have been shut down. The scene is across the street from the Beverly City School. No further details are known at this time about what led to the standoff or how many people are inside the home.See the Story

Who's running and top issues: What to know about NJ's 11th Congressional District primary

Coverage: 2 sources
Mikie Sherrill is running unopposed in Tuesday's primary for what would be her third term in a district that had been controlled by Republicans for 33 years. Tayfun Selen appears to be a front-runner on the Republican side. Four Republicans stand in his way to oppose Sherrill in November.See the Story
US & Canada

The War on Drugs, Patti Smith lead off 2022 XPoNential Music Festival lineup

Coverage: 2 sources
WXPN's XPoNential Music Festival returns to the Camden waterfront in September. The War on Drugs and Patti Smith kick off the three-day concert on Friday, Sept. 16. On Saturday, there will be performances by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Revivalists and Snacktime.See the Story
Landmark · Landmark

See the landmark A-frame house in Wildwood moved to its new location after being saved

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
The red A-frame house that was saved from demolition last week left on two separate trailers shortly after 10:30 a.m. for the hour trip to its new location. A curious group of onlookers gathered around the intersection of Bennett Avenue and Park Boulevard to watch a piece of Wildwood history be taken away.See the Story
Cinnaminson · Cinnaminson

Cinnaminson cop admits to searching database for OnlyFans woman

Patrolman Kevin Bohn, 41, pleaded guilty recently to misusing a police database. Bohn will lose his job and will be permanently barred from public employment in New Jersey. OnlyFans is a subscription-based website and app that allows content creators to collect money.See the Story

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