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            Postpone Large Events, Avoid Malls And Theaters: PA Governor

            Events of 250 people or more are discouraged. People should also avoid gyms, movie theaters and shopping malls, the governor said.


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            Philly Bans Events Of 1,000 People Or More For 30 Days

            Health officials Thursday said they are prohibiting large gatherings and recommend gatherings have less than 250 people.


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            Pennsylvania Coronavirus Cases Up To 21

            Five more Pennsylvanians have tested positive for the new coronavirus, officials said Thursday.


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            PA Coronavirus Live Updates: Montco Schools Shut, Malls Close

            Here are the latest live updates on the impact of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania.


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            Modell's Closing Philadelphia Stores Amid Bankruptcy Filing

            The popular sporting goods and clothing store is closing all its locations as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.


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            Yuengling Offering Retro Phillies Cans For New Team Partnership

            Yuengling now the "Official Lager of the Philadelphia Phillies" and is offering limited edition cans featuring the retro Phillies logo.


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            Wells Fargo Center Postpones Events Through March 31

            After closing Thursday for cleaning and canceling a concert, the arena said all events through March 31 have been postponed.


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            Mayor Kenney Asks For $85 Million For Coronavirus Relief

            Mayor Jim Kenney is asking City Council for $85 million for coronavirus relief and, if approved, the money would come from the fund balance.


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            St. Christopher’s Hospital For Children Doctor Has Presumed Coronavirus

            A doctor at Saint Christopher’s Hospital for Children has been diagnosed with a presumed coronavirus case, Drexel University said.


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            SEPTA Unveils Fare Restructuring Plan

            Lower fares for kids, a new three-day "Convenience Pass," and monthly and weekly pass price increases are just a few new fare details.


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            Temple Switching To Online Classes For Rest Of Semester

            Students should also leave campus no later than Saturday, the university said.


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            5 Philadelphia Area Open Houses To Scope Out

            Here are the latest properties to hit the local open-house circuit.


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            UPenn Taking All Classes Online, Tells Students To Leave Campus

            The University of Pennsylvania said anyone on campus should leave by Sunday and that all classes will be held online starting March 23.


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            Shoprite Limits Cleaning Supply, Medicine Sales Due To Shortage From Coronavirus

            The grocery chain is experiencing a shortage of supplies that are in high demand as fear of contracting the coronavirus continue to rise.


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            Man Sought For Double Germantown Shooting: Police

            Police said the man seen here shot two people Monday evening in the Philadelphia's Germantown section.


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            Philly Opens Emergency Operations Center For Coronavirus Response

            The center brings city departments and external stakeholders together face-to-face to set objectives regarding the coronavirus response.


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            Avoid Large Group Events: Philadelphia Health Officials

            Events with more than 5,000 people or more, such as the upcoming St. Patrick's Day Parade, should be avoided as coronavirus hits the city.


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            Philadelphia St Patrick's Day Parade Canceled Due To Coronavirus

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            Coronavirus Case In Philadelphia, Officials Say

            After health officials on Monday said five people in the city were being investigated for the coronavirus, they have now confirmed one case.


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            Flyers Charities Remodels Philly Family 五福彩票6688下载 As 2-Year-Old Daughter Is Battling Leukemia

            The Lucaciu family's 2-year-old daughter, Alexandra, has been battling leukemia. And the Flyers Charities stepped in to help the family out.


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            Man Pleads Guilty In Fatal South Philly Punch Incident

            Matthew Oropeza punched a man in South Philadelphia's Gold Star Park in early 2019, causing him to fall and hit his head, which killed him.


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            Caribou, Monster Jam & More Live Events Coming To Philadelphia

            Chris Stapleton, Jesus Christ Superstar and more will soon be at a venue near you.


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            St Joseph's Moves Classes Online, Extends Spring Break

            St. Joseph's University said it will start online-only classes March 19 in an effort to protect the community from novel coronavirus.


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            "What Security Leaders Can Learn from the Coronavirus Threat"

            Writing for Security Magazine, A. Benjamin Mannes discusses security leadership in face of the coronavirus threat.


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            Jennifer Simpson Carr to Present at Legal Marketing Association

            Jennifer Simpson Carr will present a Ted Talk-style case study on a successful marketing communications campaign from start to finish


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            Panitch Schwarze Adds to IP Team

            Bliss and Small bring a wealth of experience in life sciences field, including novel plant varieties


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            Willig, Williams & Davidson Partner to Serve on Board

            Lauren M. Hoye joins the board of directors at national membership organization serving labor lawyers


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            Fritz & Bianculli helping those impacted by safe injection sites

            PHILLY LAW FIRM IS ACTIVELY REPRESENTING BUSINESS & PROPERTY OWNERS WHOSE RIGHTS WILL BE IMPACTED WITH THE OPENING OF “SAFE INJECTION SITES"


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            How Would Philadelphia's DA Fare in the Harvey Weinstein Case?

            Writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Ariel Benjamin Mannes discusses how the Philly DA might fare in the Harvey Weinstein case.


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            Discovering Opportunity Zones in Pennsylvania

            Bryan Ziegenfuse of Philadelphia shares insights on the opportunity zones in Pennsylvania.


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            Citizens Bank provides $20.8M in construction loans for Philly

            Funding going to commercial and residential properties


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            Study Opportunity for Children 11-14 at Temple University

            Psychology Lab at Temple University looking for families in the community to contribute to science! Fun, safe, and compensation available!


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            Citizens Bank Hosts Small Business Community Champion Award

            Awards to honor two small businesses in Greater Philadelphia


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            Rutgers University-Camden Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse Program

            Rutgers University-Camden is just minutes from Philadelphia. It now offers its wound care program in both an on-campus and online format.


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            ​If You Popped the Question – You Might Want to Give AAA a Ring

            AAA Insurance offers tips so you can say ‘I Do’ have adequate coverage


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