Court order, state GOP leaders effectively end Trump’s dreams of legislative reversal of Pa.’s election results

The date for Pa. to reply to a lawsuit, set by Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., is one day after the federal deadline for states to resolve any outstanding challenges to their elections.

Philly’s Eviction Diversion Program shows some early success
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‘It’s not boo-boos and Band-Aids’: COVID-19 thrust school nurses onto the front line
“Never did we know how much we need them,” the president of New Jersey’s largest teachers union says about the role of school nurses during the pandemic.

U.S. hiring slowed sharply in November as coronavirus intensified
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Zachary Alf, 3, and Ryann Marie Meo, 7, who brightened the neighborhood, died in Grays Ferry fire

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Facing a grim budget, Philadelphia School District may need to lay off employees

Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said job cuts and furloughs will only be considered “once all other options have been exhausted.”

A new Bucks County program aims to pair police officers with social service workers

It also aims to divert people in need of social services away from the criminal justice system.

Philly police pulled her from an SUV, beat her, and took her toddler. Now, Rickia Young is calling for justice.

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Doug Pederson has already surrendered some play-calling, and could give away even more, sources say

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