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Miles Bryan is a reporter and producer based in Philadelphia. Previously he was a staff reporter at WBEZ, Chicago’s NPR station. There he covered everything from gun violence to the area’s manufacturing industry, winning PRNDI, Murrow, and AP awards in the process. Before that he was a reporter and host at Wyoming Public Radio. Miles attended Reed College, where he majored in history.

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Montgomery County residents raise $10,000 to sue over virtual school order

The county’s Board of Health voted Nov. 13 to require all K-12 students to learn virtually from Nov. 23 to Dec. 6, in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

‘Adapt or die’: Small businesses brace for Philly’s new COVID-19 restrictions

Mayor Jim Kenney and Health Commissioner Thomas Farley announced a new round of limitations on businesses and gatherings, starting this Friday, that will last through at least January 1.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY and Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Montgomery County votes for all schools to go virtual as COVID-19 rises

The county’s COVID-19 test positivity rate has more than doubled in the last month.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Montco punts decision on virtual school after backlash from angry parents

The board had been scheduled to vote on an order that would require all K-12 students in the county to learn virtually from Nov. 23 to Dec. 6, with a potential extension past that date.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Federal judge dismisses Trump’s attempt to stop vote counting in Philadelphia

U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond said the campaign admitted that its observers had been allowed into the venue but that they had not been given equal access or numbers as Democrats.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Pivotal Northeast Philly race tilts red as Pa. Legislature remains up in the air

This year, nine House seats and four Senate seats need to flip in order for the Democrats to take control of both chambers.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Glitch sends some Pa. voters duplicate mail ballots, but officials say only one will be counted

A computer glitch has caused more than 1,000 Pennsylvania voters who requested a mail ballot to be sent two of them by mistake.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads
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