Biden says ‘it will take months’ to turn pandemic around; new Pa. cases down, but deaths remain high; Philly launches vaccine registration site
Pennsylvania continues to experience a decline in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, a welcome sign as a variant of the virus continues to make its way across the county.
In a public health emergency, governments can enter into no-bid contracts. Chester County did that too hastily.
Get Philly’s kids back in classrooms as soon as possible, Kenney and City Council tell school district
“Our children are suffering the most without in-person access to their teachers, classmates and extracurricular activities," Kenney said.
Anthony Fletcher, who had long contended that he shot the victim in self defense, pleaded no contest to third-degree murder in an agreement with prosecutors that let him go free.
Fact-checking Toomey’s claim that families with ‘six-figure incomes’ would get thousands from Biden relief plan
Married couples making up to $150,000 annually would qualify for $2,800 in new payments, on top of the payments they received from the last relief package.