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In Tioga, it’s been ‘one thing after another’ in the year since a standoff left six cops shot and their neighborhood traumatized
The community had begun to heal after the shootout, but the coronavirus has changed everything.

Pennsylvania to voters: Don’t panic about your mail ballot
As Trump openly maneuvered to slow down the post office and hamper mail voting for his political benefit, Pennsylvania’s top elections official tried to stave off worry.

Philadelphia Historical Commission passes motion to demolish St. Laurentius church’s twin spires
The Philadelphia Historical Commission carried a motion Friday to demolish the twin spires of Fishtown's St. Laurentius Church, a century-old building that had steadily crumbled over the years.

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Distributing a COVID-19 vaccine will be a logistical nightmare. Philly’s going to help solve it.

The process of distributing 240 million doses to 120 million of the country's critical workers and most vulnerable will be an enormous undertaking, health experts said.

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J.T. Realmuto’s price is on the rise as the Phillies sink in the standings | Bob Brookover

Signing the All-Star catcher will be costly for the Phillies. If the team does not improve its poor play, it could help drive him away.

Philly-area college students signed leases months ago for fall housing. Now, many aren’t coming to campus but are legally required to pay.

Many students feel their financial situation is at the mercy of their universities and the schools’ shifting reopening plans.

Del-Val League decides to shut down fall sports over COVID-19 concerns

The five-school leagues includes Chester, Academy Park, Chichester, Interboro and Penn Wood.

COVID-19 is killing over twice as many Black Americans as whites, new report says

The National Urban League also finds Black individuals are about three times as likely as whites to get COVID-19. Hispanic Americans also face a disproportionate burden.

Philly leaders and police want residents to turn in their guns in a new campaign to combat violence

The gun turn-in program will take place at churches in East Germantown and Point Breeze from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be no questions asked, police said.

Federal judge fires the leaders and employees of firms at heart of alleged multimillion dollar fraud

The federal judge cited non-cooperation from executives at Par Funding and A Better Financial Plan.
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