Man, 36, fatally stabbed in Kensington

The stabbing occurred about 8:20 p.m. in the 2800 block of Boudinot Street.

Man, 36, fatally stabbed in Kensington

The stabbing occurred about 8:20 p.m. in the 2800 block of Boudinot Street.

All of Philadelphia’s Parkway museums shut down to help stem the spread of COVID-19

Virtually all of Philadelphia's major cultural institutions, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation, and the Franklin Institute, announced temporary closures in the face of the coronavirus.

All of Philadelphia’s Parkway museums shut down to help stem the spread of COVID-19

Virtually all of Philadelphia's major cultural institutions, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation, and the Franklin Institute, announced temporary closures in the face of the coronavirus.

Carl Icahn to Atlantic City: Chill, I’m already tearing down Trump Plaza

Once the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s seaside casino empire, the empty Trump Plaza building is now crumbling before the city’s eyes.

Carl Icahn to Atlantic City: Chill, I’m already tearing down Trump Plaza

Once the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s seaside casino empire, the empty Trump Plaza building is now crumbling before the city’s eyes.
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‘We don’t have a plan’: Coronavirus adds pressure to caregivers sandwiched between seniors and kids

"Sandwich generation" caregivers, who take care of aging relatives and their own children, are feeling the strain of coronavirus.

Vanguard closed one building on Malvern campus for cleaning after employee sent home with flu-like symptoms

"We were taking a very conservative posture,” a Vanguard spokeswoman said. The employee’s doctor didn’t recommend a COVID19 test, but Vanguard closed and cleaned the entire building.

Coronavirus has N.J. officials swamped: ‘The closest thing this compares to is superstorm Sandy’

New Jersey, like other states, has been overwhelmed by the coronavirus, which is now a declared worldwide pandemic. Gov. Phil Murphy has instituted a state of emergency.

Coronavirus concerns close Montgomery County schools, 63 Philly schools

With major sports events canceled, the Wells Fargo Center closed, and Pennsylvania officials recommending all “non-essential retail” to shutter in Montgomery County, disruptions to daily life are mounting.

Ticket taking, Key card scanning: Coronavirus prompts SEPTA to reinforce best practices on Regional Rail

“We’re kind of figuring out more things that we can do to move forward to hopefully help with these mitigation efforts,” said SEPTA spokesperson Andrew Busch.

'Incredible loss': Fatally shot Philly SWAT officer is mourned and praised

Cpl. James O’Connor IV was the first officer killed in the line of duty in Philadelphia in five years.

Trump promised to bring back manufacturing in Pennsylvania. He didn’t. Will it cost him?

“When you hear that Trump is bragging about the economy, I know better — it’s not trickling down to the workers at all. It’s staying in the boardrooms,” said a worker at an Erie manufacturing plant.

Pennsylvania’s Health Department is keeping coronavirus details from local officials

Montgomery County has publicized details about its coronavirus patients, including the towns they live in. But in other counties, including Delaware County, the state is withholding that information, even from local officials.

Amid coronavirus fears, Philadelphia City Council considers pressuring for an end to evictions, foreclosures, utility shutoffs

“We believe housing is a human right, and no one should make a choice between their safety, health, and having to keep a roof over their heads,” Councilmember Helen Gym said.

A simple intervention after arrest cut recidivism in Philly. It ended because of alleged police harassment.

Philadelphia’s first “bail advocates” reduced new arrests and bail violations and correlated with better case outcomes, including acquittals and lighter sentences.

Coronavirus could wreak havoc on Pennsylvania’s primary election

The primary is seven weeks away. The coronavirus pandemic is uncomfortably much closer than that.

Former Inquirer columnist Stu Bykofsky sues newspaper over retirement send-off that went awry

Stu Bykofsky, a former columnist for The Inquirer and The Daily News, has sued The Inquirer’s parent company and columnist Inga Saffron, saying Saffron made false and defamatory comments about him at his newsroom retirement send-off last year.

Montgomery County schools shutdown brings relief, stress — and forces 63 Philly schools to close

Some school leaders were relieved they would no longer have to make day-to-day decisions about closures. But parents were scrambling for child care.

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