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Millions Stick To Thanksgiving Travel Plans Despite Surging COVID-19 CasesAAA estimates that 50 million people will travel over the Thanksgiving holiday. That’s a five-day stretch starting Wednesday and running through Sunday.
Hundreds Gather In Song And Prayer Hoping For Thanksgiving Miracle For Beloved School VolunteerHundreds are hoping to give strength to a special woman in Montgomery County.
Federal Judge Denies Parents' Request To Block All-Virtual School Mandate In Montgomery CountyThe order requires virtual learning for all schools from Nov. 23 to Dec. 6.
Cherry Hill Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Connection To Armed Robbery, Attempted AbductionOn Friday, police say the suspect robbed a woman at gunpoint inside the elevator of her building at Plaza Grande Apartments.
Police: Man Shot Multiple Times, Killed In North PhiladelphiaPolice say the man, who was approximately 35 years old, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Rudy Giuliani, Pennsylvania GOP Legislators Allege Disputed ‘Election Irregularities’ During Senate Committee HearingThe Trump campaign’s claims challenging the voting process in Pennsylvania have been repeatedly denied in court.
Part Of Delaware County Computer System Down After Attacked By HackersThe county cannot access police reports, payroll, and other databases and files.
President-Elect Joe Biden Appeals For Unity In Thanksgiving-Eve AddressWith COVID-19 cases surging nationwide, Biden called on Americans to take precautions to try to stem the tide of the virus.
Last-Minute Rush To Get Thanksgiving Groceries Provides Bump To Philadelphia BusinessesLocal businesses say it is days like today that will provide them that little bump, some extra help in what could be some dark days ahead.