From AIDS to coronavirus, one Chester County doctor has seen it all
At 70, Don Emery is still clocking 100 hour-shifts at Chester County Hospital, caring for COVID-19 patients.

Schools brace for budget cuts as the coronavirus wreaks havoc on the economy
The economy’s rapid slide has created uncertainty for leaders who had prepared initial budgets for next year based on local and state revenues projected pre-coronavirus.

North and South Korean troops exchange fire along border
South Korea says its troops have exchanged fire with North Korea along their tense land border.

Tracking The Virus

Can I go camping in Pennsylvania during the coronavirus?

Summer vacation is (probably) canceled. Want to go camping during coronavirus instead? Here's how.

Philly’s Federal Detention Center reports first two coronavirus cases

Earlier, prison officials had argued any court-mandated inmate releases would be premature as there had been no reported cases in the facility. However, they also disclosed at the time that they had not tested any of the inmates or staff.

On a spectacularly sunny Saturday, golf returns to the Philly region amid the coronavirus

“Whatever guidelines we need to follow, we’ll follow. Our goal is to get back to full operation, but in a safe way,” said Bill Goodrich, president of Merchantville Country Club in New Jersey, where courses reopened Saturday, one day after Pennsylvania started allowing tee times.

Love from Philly: Highlights from Busking On Broad opening night of the virtual music fest

The Love From Philly virtual music fest kicked off on Friday night, raising over $10,000 to assist Philadelphia musicians and venue workers. It continues on Saturday and Sunday.

Cell phone records show dramatic drop in regional travel outside Philly after governor’s COVID-19 order

Experts offered possible explanations for why Philadelphians are moving more than those in the suburbs, ranging from its poverty level to merely having a larger population. The city also has more hourly workers, such as grocery store clerks who have to be at work.

Love From Philly, a virtual fest of Philly bands to play for COVID-19 relief

The three-day lineup includes Kurt Vile, Freeway, Christian McBride, The War On Drugs, and Low Cut Connie.

Spotlight PA

Pa.’s death toll for Philadelphia lags behind city’s count, part of state’s ongoing struggle to compile timely data

State officials have blamed software upgrades gone wrong, troublesome algorithms, and a wonky web of disjointed technologies.
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