With Holiday Season On Horizon, Many Pennsylvania Traditions Already Being Altered Due To COVID-19 PandemicThis holiday season is going to look much different, thanks to the pandemic.
'I Think It Goes Too Far': Narberth Ordinance Will Fine People $15 Caught Without A Face CoveringNarberth Mayor Andrea Deutsch is expected to sign an ordinance that will fine people caught without a face covering.
Camden Residents Line Up At Drive-thru Flu Shot Event At Dudley Grange ParkCamden residents lined up at a drive-thru flu shot event at Dudley Grange Park.
Abington School District Parent Group Lobbying For Continued Remote Learning To Keep Families SafeParents say times like this should bring out resilience, but that’s not the case for the Abington School District.
Health Officials Concerned With Penn State Football Traveling To Indiana, Which Is On Quarantine ListDr. Levine said while Penn State is taking precautions, she wishes they were not playing.
'The Fall Resurgence Is Here': Pennsylvania Officials Issue Plea To Residents As Coronavirus Cases ClimbCOVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania continue to climb.
'These Numbers Are Sobering': New Jersey's Daily Coronavirus Cases Double Since Last MonthThe state recorded over 1,100 new cases Monday, the highest seen in months.
CDC Thanksgiving Guidelines: How To Stay Safe And Coronavirus-Free Over HolidayInfectious disease experts are warning of a convergence of COVID-19 and influenza as the temperature drops and colder weather sets in.
Pennsylvania Averaging More Than 1,000 Coronavirus Cases For 11th Consecutive DayThe fall resurgence of COVID-19 continues spreading across the country, including here in our tri-state region.
'We Do Not Want A Thanksgiving Dinner To Turn Tragic': New Warnings About Holidays As Second COVID-19 Wave SpreadsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday that Thanksgiving should include immediate family only.
Kamala Harris Suspending Travel After Staffer Tests COVID-19 Positive As Joe Biden Set To Host Town Hall In PhillyJoe Biden’s presidential campaign said Thursday that vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will suspend in-person events until Monday after two people associated with the campaign tested positive for coronavirus.