As more young adults get sick, Philly and Delaware County officials urge people to report bars and restaurants ignoring social distance rules

“A crowded bar... is one of the most dangerous places to be in the United States right now,” said a Delaware County official as the county urged residents to stay out of packed establishments and report unsafe practices to authorities.

As more young adults get sick, Philly and Delaware County officials urge people to report bars and restaurants ignoring social distance rules

“A crowded bar... is one of the most dangerous places to be in the United States right now,” said a Delaware County official as the county urged residents to stay out of packed establishments and report unsafe practices to authorities.

Lincoln University faculty, alumni rally in support of president Brenda Allen after her contract expired

"It doesn’t make sense to literally terminate a president in the middle of a crisis. That’s just terrible business,” said Robert Langley, chairperson of the university’s chemistry department and a supporter of Brenda Allen.

Lincoln University faculty, alumni rally in support of president Brenda Allen after her contract expired

"It doesn’t make sense to literally terminate a president in the middle of a crisis. That’s just terrible business,” said Robert Langley, chairperson of the university’s chemistry department and a supporter of Brenda Allen.

Philly schools weigh reopening with a hybrid learning model, masks and cleanings every 4 hours

A final school reopening plan is expected next week. But in town halls over four days this week, school officials laid out where a combination of public health guidance, public feedback and their own teams’ planning have led them so far.

Philly schools weigh reopening with a hybrid learning model, masks and cleanings every 4 hours

A final school reopening plan is expected next week. But in town halls over four days this week, school officials laid out where a combination of public health guidance, public feedback and their own teams’ planning have led them so far.
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Pa. cases are trending upward; Eagles lineman blasts the NFL’s plan to return; Delco plans to crack down on bars and restaurants

The seven-day average of new coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania has remained above 500 new cases per day for 15 straight days.

A South Jersey high school teacher had sex with a student, prosecutor says

Gary Jiampetti, 43, a teacher at Rancocas Valley Regional High School in Mount Holly, was charged with official misconduct, a second-degree offense.

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Pa. issues new eviction moratorium after fears rent relief would be too slow

Advocates say the order, which puts evictions on ice until Aug. 31, gives the state’s new rental assistance program more time to reach those who need help.

Firefly season is peaking in the Philly area. Here is what sets Pennsylvania’s state insect aglow.

They might be nature's most-charismatic beetles, but they do have their dark sides.

A study found Philly courts rife with nepotism and racial tensions. Judges waited a year to release it.

The report concluded that women of color, in particular, including female judges, were experiencing bias and exclusion – including one incident in which a racist and sexist note was sent to a Black Municipal Court judge. Several white judges and staff reported concerns about "reverse racism."

Does your small business need a receptionist?

Besides cutting overhead, the right phone system at the company can also improve productivity and customer service. But some businesses rely on the human connection.

Empty nesters welcomed their adult children home during quarantine: ‘The kids introduced us to White Claws’

“You get in this routine, and you realize this is how it’s supposed to be,” said one mom of being an empty nester. “Now, we’ve gotten a taste of being a family unit again.” When her children leave, she said, there will be a sense of loss.

No, Pa. Congressman Matt Cartwright did not call for defunding the police | PolitiFact

A Republican candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania accused the Democratic incumbent of supporting a push to defund the police. In fact, he said just the opposite.

Philly-area churches got unprecedented financial help from Paycheck Protection Program

Supporters of the federal aid to churches say the PPP helped employers like any others. Critics warned of further erosion of the separation of church and state.

Philly adds Delaware to quarantine list; masks to be required outdoors in N.J. and for students in Pa.

While Pittsburgh and the rest of Allegheny County are experiencing a spike in new cases, Philly’s numbers are holding steady.

‘Life and death’: Face masks are now required in N.J. in crowded outdoor areas; Delaware added to Philly’s quarantine list

States continue to grapple with rising, and in some places, surging coronavirus case numbers, adding to uncertainty over when students should return to the classroom. The Ivy League announced Wednesday that no varsity sports will be played at its schools during the fall semester.

Joe Biden and Mike Pence are visiting 4 key areas in Pennsylvania. Here’s why they’re so important.

Mike Pence and Joe Biden are both visiting the state on one of the busiest campaign days since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

Bucks man gets prison for child porn, exploiting victims he met at Comic-Con

Michael Shore, 35, of Richboro, was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.

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