‘We’ve Been Ready’: Philadelphia, New Jersey Restaurants Eager To Reopen Indoor Dining With New Safety ProtocolsRestaurant owners are still putting systems in place to ensure customers feel safe when they can once again have them inside.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Doubles Down On COVID-19 Warnings As July 4th Weekend BeginsThe city has entered its newest phase of reopening with an ominous warning from the health commissioner.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf's Mask Order Inflames Partisan Fight Over Coronavirus In Premier Presidential Battleground StatePennsylvania's mandatory mask order has been met with hostility from Republicans.
Military Planes To Fly Over Independence Hall, Liberty Bell On July 4thThe flyover is scheduled to start around 5:15 p.m. on Saturday.
Malls, Pool Clubs Reopen In PhiladelphiaMalls and pool clubs reopened Friday in Philadelphia, a week after they opened across the rest of Pennsylvania.
Allentown Native Becomes First Known COVID-19-Related Death Among Penn State University StudentsUniversity officials say, Juan Garcia, 21, of Allentown, died June 30.
Man May Have Been Riding Bike When Shot, Killed In North Philadelphia, Police SayGunfire erupted around 1:30 a.m. Friday on the 1700 block of North 23rd Street.
Police: Man Critically Wounded After Being Shot In Stomach In Cobbs CreekThis happened around 2:30 a.m. Friday morning, on the 6200 block of Chestnut Street.
Philadelphia Officials Recommend Residents Quarantine Upon Returning From 15 High-Risk States, Stay Away From Jersey Shore This July 4thPennsylvania reported 832 new coronavirus cases Thursday, the highest one-day total of new cases since May.
Surveillance Video Shows Good Samaritan Rush To Save Woman Who Fell Off SEPTA PlatformThe woman says she lost her footing because her bags were too heavy.
Group Of Frank Rizzo Supporters Suing Philadelphia To Get Controversial StatueThe battle over the controversial Frank Rizzo statue is now heading to court.
Dozens Line Street To Show Support For Upper Darby Police DepartmentOrganizers say they also wanted officers to know that residents care about them and have their support.
Fashion District Philadelphia, Vesper Dayclub Preparing To Welcome Back Guests After Lengthy ShutdownsAs cases of COVID-19 continue to rise, life in Philadelphia is slowly getting back to normal.
Franklin Institute Offers Sneak Peek Of New Exhibit Displaying Life-size Wax Figures Of American PresidentsOn Thursday, the museum offered a sneak peek of the President Barack Obama figure at Broad and Chestnut Streets in Center City.
Philadelphia Police Officer To Be Fired After Arrest On Robbery, Assault ChargesOfficer Luis Miranda has been suspended for 30 days with the intent to dismiss.