Sources: Two top officials at a Pa. veterans nursing home hit by 37 coronavirus deaths are suspended amid an investigation
The Southeastern Veterans' Center's commandant and director of nursing were suspended indefinitely Tuesday, according to sources at the facility.

New requirements could raise prices at dental offices
Dentists will need stricter infection control to reopen for business. Will patients end up footing the bill?

College admissions scandal: Ambler dad admits bribing tennis coach to get daughter into Georgetown
Robert Repella, the former CEO of Plymouth Meeting-based Harmony Biosciences, admitted he paid $50,000 in 2017 to the head coach of Georgetown University’s tennis team.

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Philly region pays virtual tribute to Memorial Day

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Merck joins the race to develop coronavirus vaccines and therapies

Merck has the technology, money, and record of success to develop a coronavirus vaccine. It will also need luck.

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Nick Foles, Eagles still make Tom Brady ‘cringe,’ and that’s pretty satisfying | Marcus Hayes

At the mere mention of "Big Play" Nick, the G.O.A.T. dissolves on the golf course.

A DIY project while trapped at home seems like a good idea — until it goes wrong

Stuck inside during the quarantine, some people have taken to fixing up their homes. Often projects take a lot longer than expected and involve multiple trips to the home improvement store.

College football delays decision on announcing early-season game start times

Normally games in the first three weeks of the season have their game times determined June 1, but the coronavirus pandemic has delayed everything.

Some Pa. seniors are turning on Trump. That could be a problem for his reelection.

Older voters are a key constituency in Pennsylvania, where the population is older than the national average.

The rise of the virtual restaurant: Welcome to Top Tomato, Outlaw Burger — and Firebelly Wings

Adding a restaurant name (or six) on a delivery app may translate to additional revenue. Even Chuck E. Cheese and Applebee's are doing it.

Working from home during the coronavirus pandemic is 'a recipe for burnout'

Some people welcome the seeming autonomy and flexibility of working from home. But now there’s also a new kind of work performance.
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