Philly Black doctors clinic outpaced the city in vaccinating Black residents, but group says there’s ‘room for improvement’
People waited for hours at Philadelphia's first 24-hour, walk-up vaccination clinic. The Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium hopes more collaboration will lead to shorter lines at future sites.
Military set to begin delivering vaccine shots in Philly; city to announce rollback of some COVID-19 restrictions; CDC traces outbreaks in gyms
The military is sending a 222-member team to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Applications open next month for $145 million in state grants for small hospitality businesses, with a significant change by lawmakers intended to make the money is more accessible to people of color.
Mancino Manufacturing is a family-owned business battered by the pandemic. Their story is not unlike the global chip shortage that has U.S. leaders concerned about U.S. strength.
Some county Republican parties censured Toomey for voting to convict Donald Trump in his impeachment trial, but others in the GOP argue the move is too divisive.