Two Pennsylvania state senators plan to introduce legislation that would require all future non-prosecution agreements to be in writing in order to be enforceable.
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Philadelphia will lift restrictions ahead of schedule
As Pennsylvania continues to make stride in vaccinating its residents, state officials are allowing some businesses to return to some sort of normal. Pennsylvania on Sunday will lift the mandate for many businesses to telework, but they are still “highly encouraged” to keep up the practice.
Plans for a new SEPTA trolley barn in Southwest Philadelphia are on hold due to a competing proposal from online mega-retailer Amazon to build a new warehouse at the same location.
The Philadelphia Police Department reported 64 homicides as of today, a 33% increase compared this time to last year.
Long before SEPTA’s buses traversed the city streets, Philadelphia had its own civil rights struggle that played out on public transportation.
Those seeking the funds can begin filing for the additional 11 claim weeks on Jan. 22.
The federal government plans to distribute monoclonal antibodies for the coronavirus to healthcare systems throughout Pennsylvania, state Secretary of Health Rachel Levine said Friday.
More than two-thirds of the ballots are from registered Democrats. For comparison, 266,208 civilians cast absentee ballots in 2016, and 248,561 in 2012, Boockvar said at a press conference.