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Masks Still Required Indoors In New Jersey Despite CDC's New Guidance
'Nobody Wants To Pay More': The Procrastinator's Guide To Tax Day 2021 As Offered By Philadelphia AccountantsDon't look now, but it's almost tax time.
Midnight Green, Meet Blue And Yellow: La Salle University Holding In-Person Graduation Ceremonies At Lincoln Financial FieldThe Linc is usually jam-packed on the weekends, but this Saturday, it'll be a different uniform taking center stage for the first time.
One Last Dance: Saint Basil's Academy Holding Special Senior, Junior Proms Before ClosingThey're the first proms the school has had since the pandemic, and they will also be the last.
Researcher Calls For Second MOVE Commission After Bombing Victims' Remains Cremated Without Family's NoticeHealth Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley resigned after admitting he gave the go-ahead.
16-Year-Old Quamir Mitchell Gunned Down In Southwest Philadelphia Weeks Before High School GraduationQuamir, a senior at West Philadelphia High, traveled to a court in Southwest Philadelphia for a pickup game of basketball, but never made it home.
To Mask Or Not To Mask? Confusion Remains After CDC Says They're No Longer Necessary For Fully Vaccinated AmericansIt's best to keep your mask handy as they're still required in many locations.
Sixers To Give Away 500 Tickets For Season Finale For Fans Who Get Vaccinated On SaturdayThe Sixers tweeted that tickets are first-come, first-serve.
Pennsylvania Legislators Introduce Break The Cycle Of Violence Act To Get More Funding To Fight Philadelphia CrimeLawmakers say they are hoping to pull funds from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.