‘Good news’ on coronavirus case totals in Philly; Delaware students will get hybrid or virtual educations this fall

“I’m certainly pleased to see the numbers go down, but I can’t say whether they’re going to continue to go down," said Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley, announcing a drop in cases.

‘Good news’ on coronavirus case totals in Philly; Delaware students will get hybrid or virtual educations this fall

“I’m certainly pleased to see the numbers go down, but I can’t say whether they’re going to continue to go down," said Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley, announcing a drop in cases.

Hundreds of thousands lose power across Philly area as Isaias lashes region

”This is going to be a tough one,” said a spokesperson for PSE&G. “Customers should expect delays.”

Hundreds of thousands lose power across Philly area as Isaias lashes region

”This is going to be a tough one,” said a spokesperson for PSE&G. “Customers should expect delays.”

Vine Street Expressway, SEPTA Regional Rail shut down because of unsecured barge

Video showed a loose barge appearing to make contact with the Vine Street Expressway bridge.

Vine Street Expressway, SEPTA Regional Rail shut down because of unsecured barge

Video showed a loose barge appearing to make contact with the Vine Street Expressway bridge.
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College bound: Camden teens are heading to Rowan to pursue their dreams, with help from a South Jersey business

The two Camden charter school graduates are heading to Rowan debt-free with the help of scholarships from a South Jersey business, "Not everyone is able to be blessed like this," said Julianna Hilton, 18.

In South Jersey, ‘panic mode’ as tornado came out of Strathmere and tore up Route 9

A tornado that started in Strathmere tore through the inland community of Marmora as Isaias rolled through the Philadelphia area, bringing strong winds and drenching rain.

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Pa. education secretary will step down in October to lead Lancaster technical college

Education Secretary Pedro Rivera will be the next president of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

‘American Ninja Warrior’ champ charged with luring a South Jersey teen for sex, porn

Drew Drechsel won NBC's "American Ninja Warrior" competition last year.

Philadelphia Museum of Art slashes staff as pandemic takes its toll

The Art Museum expects to re-open in September, but the Perelman addition will remain closed.

Philly police actions on 52nd Street under investigation, but distrust of cops keeps some witnesses silent

Confidence is low among people in West Philadelphia that the Philadelphia Police Department will conduct a comprehensive investigation of officers' conduct on 52nd Street.

Philly police searching for suspects wanted in the shooting of 7-year-old Zamar Jones

Damar Bashier Jones, 27, of Southwest Philadelphia, and Michael Banks, 30, of Darby, are wanted for their roles in the gunfight on the 200 block of Simpson Street, police said.

Trash is piling up, but people aren’t blaming Philly sanitation workers

Instead of blaming workers for the trash pileup, many have taken to defending them. It wasn't always like this.

Philly and Pa. see a downward trend in coronavirus cases; N.J. official warns of rising cases among people in their 20s

Camden County Freeholder Louis Cappelli Jr. urged those who are infected to be honest when a contact tracer reaches out: “Nobody is going to be punished."

Local colleges pave the way for international students to start studies in their home countries, given visa restrictions

Penn State and Lehigh are among universities setting up partnerships with universities in other countries to keep the students who cannot get into the United States enrolled and on track to receive their degree until they can get a visa.

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Pa. cancels training session for coronavirus contact tracer volunteers, moves to hire 1,000 paid staff

Despite the state’s struggles to keep case counts low, the department told volunteers it planned to wait until the fall to resume trainings.

Sen. Bob Casey said federal agents ‘kidnapped’ protesters in Portland. Is that true? | PolitiFact

When President Donald Trump threatened to send federal agents to Philadelphia, Casey accused the officers in Portland of “kidnapping and holding citizens without charges.” We fact-check him.

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