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(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: T A school bus operator says their fleet is fully disinfected and ready to start the new term.Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is filing a civil lawsuit against the director of the Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home in Lancaster County.The Muhlenberg School Board is approving its Health and Safety plan for the new school year, with includes a remote-only reopening of school. 

>>School Bus Operator Says Fleet Is Disinfected, Ready To Roll 

(Amity Twp., PA) -- A school bus operator says their fleet is fully disinfected and ready to start the new term.The president of New Rhoads Transportation says they’ve been working hard since the pandemic began to thoroughly clean all surfaces.The Amity Township based transportation company works with Daniel Boone Area School District, who have classes starting in two weeks. 

>>A-G Files Civil Suit Against Disgraced Lancaster County Funeral Director 

(Lancaster, PA) -- Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is filing a civil lawsuit against the director of the Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home in Lancaster County.The suit was filed in response to the findings of an investigation by the attorney general and the Lancaster County district attorney claiming Scheid failed to properly care for the deceased and did not perform essential services that loved ones had paid for, such as cremation or preparation of a body for a funeral.Shapiro wants restitution for families to permanently shut down the funeral home. 

>>Muhlenberg School Board Approves Virtual-Only Start To School Year 

(Muhlenberg Twp., PA) -- The Muhlenberg School Board is approving its Health and Safety plan for the new school year, with includes a remote-only reopening of school.The term will begin August 31st with the virtual only option.Board members said it voted reluctantly for the virtual option with teachers present in the buildings. 

>>Berks County Hires New Chief Administrative Officer, Director Of Economic Development 

(Reading, PA) -- The Berks County Commissioners are hiring Pamela Shupp Menet to serve as the county's deputy chief administrative officer and director of economic development.Shupp Menet has previously served as the vice president of external affairs for the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance and Reading’s director of Community and Economic Development.In her new role, Shupp Menet will help lead and oversee all facets of the county's economic development strategy. 

>>Burger King Franchisee To Hold Virtual Job Fair 

(Exeter Twp., PA) -- A company that owns Burger King restaurants across south central P-A is planning a week-long virtual job fair.G-P-S Hospitality says it has 200 openings its needs to fill, including 40 manager positions.Officials say they are hiring at restaurants in Exeter Township and Wyomissing, as well as in the Allentown and Lancaster areas. Officials will conduct video chats and phone interviews August 17th through the 21st. 

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