Saturday, February 24, 2024
Saturday, February 24, 2024
Saturday, February 24, 2024


Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvanians Allowed Him to Stay Ahead of Nearby States, Reopen Plans on Track

Gov. Tom Wolf praised Pennsylvanians Wednesday during a news conference, telling Your Content readers the state is 'making great progress.'

Tenant? Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Asks Landlords Follow These 4 Requests

AG Josh Shapiro asked landlords not initiate new eviction proceedings until July 15, extend grace periods and create payment plans.

COVID-19: 8 Helpful Resources for Mental Health Support Amid Pandemic

Governor Tom Wolf took time during his daily coronavirus briefing to discuss the importance of access to mental health support.

Pa. Essential Businesses Asked to Cut Occupancy by 50 Percent: ‘No Mask, No Service’ Policy

Businesses can deny entry to individuals not wearing masks and must cut their occupancy by 50 percent, according to officials.

Gloria Allred ‘Glad’ Bill Cosby Won’t Get Early Release, Says He’s Dangerous to Women

Famed women's rights attorney Gloria Allred declared comedian Bill Cosby remains an 'active threat' to women in Pennsylvania.

Pa. Officials Urge Residents to Report Child Abuse Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

Pennsylvanians are taught to be vigilant for signs of potential abuse or neglect and, if they suspect abuse, they're urged to call ChildLine.

🦠 Over 100,000 Pennsylvanians Have Tested Negative for COVID-19, 22,833 Positive

Over 100,000 Pennsylvanians have tested negative for the deadly coronavirus to date, with almost 23,000 positive cases.

Philly lady violates stay-home order, loots TVs from Delco Walmart and leads cops on wild chase

Listen as police capture a woman bandit who stole several televisions from a Delaware County Walmart Monday afternoon.

Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.

493 non-violent, low level offenders finally released from Delco jail to mitigate coronavirus spread

Delco DA Jack Stollsteimer worked with law enforcement, the courts, and defense lawyers in a collaborative effort to mitigate coronavirus pandemic.

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