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N.J. announces new restrictions in response to house parties; Gov. Wolf says some schools should reconsider fall sports

And, Pennsylvania food safety inspectors can now enforce coronavirus safety mandates during their routine inspections.

On-duty parking enforcement officer stabbed near Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

The 25-year-old employee of the Philadelphia Parking Authority was listed in stable condition.

Woman killed in North Philly quadruple shooting

The shooting happened just before 9:30 p.m. in the 2500 block of Ingersoll Street.

Gov. Murphy says N.J.‘s coronavirus ‘numbers are setting off alarms’; Phillies report no new cases; Fauci ‘cautiously optimistic’ on a vaccine this year

"We must work together to stop another surge," Pennsylvania's health secretary said Friday, as officials raised concerns about the upward trend of daily case counts.

Man shot dead in Northwest Philly

The shooting happened just after 8 p.m. in the 8400 block of Williams Avenue.

Citing pandemic, PAFA announces job cuts

The institution has eliminated 20 staff positions and taken other cost-cutting measures.

Major fire destroys apartment complex in Chester County

The blaze struck the Ashwood Apartments in North Coventry Township.

Face mask use rising in Philly; Temple profs say they don’t feel safe teaching in-person; suburban district cancels fall sports

Pennsylvania is averaging more than double the number of new daily coronavirus cases as it was in the middle of June.

N.J. lawmakers want to require all-remote learning; Pa. high schools can proceed with fall sports; Gov. Murphy calls house parties a ‘worrisome’ trend

New daily case numbers and averages keep rising in Philadelphia and its neighboring counties, eroding progress made in May and June flattening the curve of infections.