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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina
Trump announced the news via tweet, complaining the state’s governor, Democrat Roy Cooper, “refuse to guarantee that we can have use of the Spectrum Arena."
3 hours ago
Pennsylvania Turnpike to go cashless permanently, laying off 500 toll collectors
About 500 fare collectors and other toll workers along the Pennsylvania Turnpike are about to those their jobs.
10 hours ago
Iconic Jersey Shore venue cancels outdoor summer concert series
A venerable Asbury Park club revered for helping to launch some of New Jersey's musical legends has canceled its outdoor concert series amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
12 hours ago
From jobs to homeownership, protests put spotlight on racial economic divide
"There have been epidemics in the Black community that have existed for generations before COVID. COVID accentuated and exposed those epidemics."
13 hours ago
Coronavirus update: Pennsylvania issues child care reopening guidance
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services just issued a frequently asked questions guide for essential workers in need of child care as the state moves towards reopening.
15 hours ago
From confusion to threats, some Pa. nursing home residents aren’t getting their coronavirus stimulus checks
The stimulus checks are more crucial now than ever, as residents struggle to connect with the outside world amid a pandemic that is surging through their homes.
16 hours ago
On unprecedented Pa. primary day, high turnout in West Philly, too-big ballots in Bucks
Amid widespread protests, looting and a global pandemic that has triggered an economic shockwave — voters will cast ballots in the Pennsylvania primary.
17 hours ago
Plans to move Philly to ‘yellow’ forge ahead, despite risk of virus spread through gatherings
It will likely take a week or two to see the impact of recent gatherings, the health department says. Memorial Day effects, if any, haven’t appeared yet.
20 hours ago
N.J. stores, outdoor dining to reopen on June 15 barring coronavirus ‘backslide’
A week later, salons and barbershops can serve customers again, Gov. Phil Murphy said, while gyms and health clubs can reopen sometime after that.
1 day ago
Coronavirus update: Del. to expand testing to seniors and low-income residents
The goal is to reach residents who have limited access to health care and coronavirus testing.
Regional Roundup – 06/01/20
On today's regional roundup: Protests in Philadelphia, rights of low-wage workers, Delaware's reopening plan
Air Date: June 1, 2020
Mass gatherings, erosion of trust upend coronavirus control
Health experts are concerned that protests erupting across the nation and the law enforcement response to them will upend efforts to track and contain the spread of COVID-19.
2 days ago
Beachgoers with ‘cabin fever’ drive demand for rentals as Delaware lifts ban
Delaware beach realtors are being flooded with calls from renters. One realtor says there’s been much bigger interest in homes with their own pool.
‘Extra precautious’ and scared, SEPTA employees who survived COVID-19 return to work
SEPTA employees who were sickened by the coronavirus are going back to their workplaces masked up, missing colleagues, and scared for their future.
Child pornography tips to N.J. police surge during pandemic
Officers say they often see a surge at times when people are home more, but nothing like this. They credit more vigilance from social media companies.
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