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Pa. ‘cannot do a lockdown’ in the event of second virus wave, Wolf says; Trump says U.S. will cut ties with World Health Organization

Philadelphia officials are not recommending any religious or social gatherings of up to 25 people as the city moves toward the first phase of easing stay-at-home restrictions.

Retail, manufacturing to return as Philly officials detail ‘Safer at Home’ plan for yellow phase of coronavirus reopening
Kenney stressed that the incremental loosening of restrictions on business and social activities does not mean that Philadelphia has beat the coronavirus or that residents should give up on social distancing practices.

Mayor Jim Kenney vows Philly police will be respectful of protesters at George Floyd demonstration
The Philadelphia demonstration is planned for noon Saturday at City Hall. Kenney said the city’s experience handling large demonstrations has prepared it for the protest.

Delco wants to establish its own health department by 2021
The county is the most populous in the state without its own dedicated health department, and has been relying on Chester County's during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pa. Republicans don’t want to vote by mail: ‘We’re listening to Trump on this.’

Republicans made just 29% of the mail-in ballot requests, even though they represent 38% of registered voters in the state and 45% of those registered with either major party.

Colleges’ fall plans: Online classes? Hybrid? Early end to the semester? Options abound

Planning is going on at colleges around the region, as they try to develop a safe and educationally sound approach to the fall term, still expected to be heavily impacted by the virus.

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St. Joe’s Prep student draws a different numbered athlete for every quarantine day | Mike Jensen

A mission born of boredom for Brendan Dougherty, who tries to switch up his sports and his teams, using Basketball-reference.com and Baseball-reference.com and other websites to check for numbers.

A drive-in film festival is coming to the Shore this summer

Long Beach Island's Lighthouse International Film Festival is doing something that bigger festivals have abandoned during COVID-19 social distancing -- going forward with live screenings.

How to stay cool without air conditioning in Philly

Staying cool this summer will be especially tough, since many regular places to go for free AC may not be open or as accessible as normal.

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Foraging chef Phil Manganaro digs deeper for wild ingredients

The Merchantville, N.J., chef goes on foraging mission to find ingredients for the unconventional takeout menus at Park Place Cafe.
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