COVID In Pennsylvania: Dr. Rachel Levine Says State Is Working To Make Sure All Health Care Workers Are VaccinatedDr. Rachel Levine will hold a press briefing to give an update on COVID-19 in the commonwealth.
A Chat With: Paul Fleming, A Fourth-Generation Farmer At Shady Brook Farm In YardleyShady Brook Farm in Yardley offers plenty to do all year long, but this time of the year, it turns into a magical place to visit.
'You Have A Good One Here': Bucks County Man Shares Video Of UPS Delivery Driver's Random Act Of KindnessMatt Miller shared a video of a UPS worker’s act of kindness at his home in Chalfont, Bucks County.
Annual Re-Enactment Of George Washington's Crossing Delaware River Goes OnlineOnlookers had to watch the annual re-enactment of George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas morning online due to COVID-19.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Church Leaders Outline What They've Done To Make Christmas Eve Mass SafeChurches are scheduling additional masses, limiting capacity, and providing live stream options for people to participate from home.
Pennsylvania Animal Sanctuary That Depends On Donations Coming Up Short Due To USPS DelaysThese animals who reside at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary depend on donations to fund their food, shelter and medical care.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Federal Judge Rejects Restaurants' Challenge Of Indoor Dining BanThe action in court came Wednesday, as a growing number of restaurants defy Wolf’s shutdown order, and being cited or ordered closed for it.
'It's Lousy For All Of Us': NJ, Pa. Officials Urging People To Not Let Guard Down Against COVID-19 During HolidaysAs we head into Christmas and New Year's, health officials are urging people to stay safe.
COVID In Pennsylvania: More Than 41,000 Health Care Workers In Commonwealth Have Received VaccinePennsylvania is reporting more than 9,600 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday.
COVID In Pennsylvania: Gov. Tom Wolf Seeks $145M Fund Shift To Help Businesses With Pandemic ReliefPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday proposed spending $145 million in a worker's compensation fund to help the state's businesses cope with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
75-Year-Old Pennsylvania Man Pleads Not Guilty To 1969 Death Of California WomanA 75-year-old Pennsylvania man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to strangling a young Southern California mother in 1969.
Family Of Philadelphia Man Who Died In Pennsylvania State Prison Sues Over Excessive Pepper SprayPennsylvania Department of Corrections spokesperson Sue McNaughton declined to comment on the open lawsuit.
Bucks County Doctor Says Not To Panic After New Strain Of COVID-19 Discovered In United KingdomAs a result, many countries in Europe are cutting off travel and trade to the United Kingdom.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey Leaders Urging Residents To 'Stand United' In Fight Against COVID-19 As Concern Grows Over Possible Holiday SpikeChristmas is just days away and officials are worried holiday gatherings will cause another COVID spike.
COVID In Pennsylvania: More Than 17,000 Vaccine Doses Administered To Health Care Workers At Hospitals In StateHospitals in the state are slated to start receiving 198,000 doses of the newly approved Moderna vaccine this week, Levine said.