New Jersey Officials Urge Residents To Receive Flu Shot With 'Possibility Of Twindemic' LoomingFlu season is right around the corner -- couple that with the coronavirus pandemic and it could be a difficult stretch.
New Jersey Transit Unveils Tool To Let Passengers Track Crowding On Trains, BusesThe goal is to let passengers know what to expect so they can practice social distancing.
Outrage Growing Among New Jersey Drivers After Tolls On 3 Major Highways IncreaseThe increases were unanimously approved by the Turnpike Authority back in May.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Double Down On No Fans In Stadiums As Eagles' Season Kicks Off SundayWhen the Eagles take on the Los Angeles Rams at Lincoln Financial Field on Sept. 20, you won’t hear the roar of the crowd or even see the fans.
Philadelphia Has Lost More Than $4 Billion In Economic Impact Due To COVID-19, Officials SayExperts predict it will take at least three to four years for the city to fully recover.
Delaware Officials Reverse Course, Vote To Allow Fall SportsThe plan still needs to be approved by the state Board of Education when it convenes Sept. 17.
International Flights Can Resume At Philadelphia International Airport Monday After 5-Month Ban Due To COVID-19International flights will resume at the Philadelphia International Airport beginning Monday. 
Indoor Dining At Restaurants In Philadelphia Will Not Move To 50% Capacity With Rest Of State On Sept. 21, Officials SayPhiladelphia health officials have shot down restaurants' hope to move indoor dining to 50% capacity later this month.
Delaware Health Officials Concerned Bridgeville Concert May Have Been 'Super-Spreader' For COVID-19Health officials are urging people who attended the concert to get tested for the coronavirus.
Friends Central School In Wynnewood Reimagining The Classroom During PandemicNot only will students and staff be tested for COVID-19 every two weeks, but there is also a bell that goes off on everyone’s cellphone every hour reminding them to wash their hands.
Inovio's COVID-19 Vaccine Set To Go Through Critical Stage Three Trial As AstraZeneca's Vaccine Study Put On HoldA local pharmaceutical company has just committed 100-million doses of its vaccine candidate.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Urge Everyone To Get Flu Shot This Year Amid PandemicAs we head into the fall, Pennsylvania health officials are concerned we could be dealing with two dangerous viruses -- COVID-19 and influenza.
'No Evidence' Of COVID-19 Spread From Temple University Outbreak To Philly Communities, Officials SayThe school has switched to remote learning for the remainder of the semester.
Pennsylvania Restaurants Can Increase Indoor Dining To 50% Capacity Beginning Sept. 21, Gov. Wolf SaysRestaurants in Pennsylvania can increase their indoor dining occupancy to 50% starting Sept. 21, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday.
Hundreds Of Union Workers Rally Outside City Hall To Demand Safer Work Conditions For Essential EmployeesWorkers are sending a strong message on this Labor Day holiday.