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N.J. Gov. Murphy to quarantine after COVID-19 exposure; Pa. and N.J. averaging over 1,000 new cases a day as infections surge

Pennsylvania is averaging the most new cases a day since the middle of April as a resurgence of the virus across the commonwealth shows no signs of slowing.

Trump didn’t bring back coal in Pa. But that doesn’t mean miners are backing Biden.

Despite Trump’s declaration that he’s “putting our great coal miners back to work,” even people in Pennsylvania’s Coal Country see an industry in its coda.

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Nearly 1.2 million Pa. voters have returned mail ballots; some counties refuse to pay mail ballot postage
Former President Barack Obama will hold a rally in Philadelphia on Wednesday, his first in-person event this year.

6,000 Philly kids could be excluded from school if they don’t get vaccinations; school sites opening for shots
Even if students do not return to school buildings this year, the district must exclude those who lack vaccinations or a state exemption from the immunizations.

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead guilty to three criminal charges
The federal counts include conspiracy to defraud the United States and violating federal anti-kickback laws, officials said.

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Philadelphia Black Lives Matter activists say the historic summer of protests was only the beginning

They say they’re building the movement beyond protests by confronting the disparities that put people in the criminal justice system in the first place.

Eagles get Lane Johnson, DeSean Jackson back vs. Giants. Alshon Jeffery still out, Doug Pederson says.

The coach says he is confident Johnson can make it through the game, with an offensive line facing a dire injury situation.

Only Philadelphians can navigate SEPTA. That’s going to change.

At the least, there could be upgrades to signs and maps. At the most, SEPTA could go so far as to renaming the trolley, Market-Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Lines.

Christmas Village is returning to LOVE Park and City Hall — with coronavirus rules

In a year that has been more naughty than nice, Philadelphians can count on a little holiday cheer returning to LOVE Park and City Hall this November.

3 indicted in sex-trafficking case of 14-year-old girl in South Jersey, Attorney General’s Office says

Derrick Ross and Tiffany Davis, both of Atlantic County, were charged with human trafficking and promoting prostitution. Kurt Young, an ex-correctional officer, was charged with sex assault.

‘Ellen’ show surprises two Philly area friends who met as kidney donor and recipient

Ellen DeGeneres introduces them on Wednesday afternoon's show to "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland, a two-time kidney recipient.

School is digital, kids are overwhelmed. How do you manage screen time in the COVID era?

Philadelphia and Cherry Hill School Districts in recent weeks adjusted the amount of time students are spending in front of computers.
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