“It is actually sad that we can’t all be together, that we can’t be physically there as a community,” said Rabbi Linda Holtzman. “A lot of the power of Hashanah is all of us together.”
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“It can’t hurt to give 60 seconds of your day to something that could change your life.”
By Keira McGuire September 18, 2020 | 12:49 PM
The fact that many minority groups are also experiencing higher rates of coronavirus infections makes it even harder for them to cope financially.
By Rhitu Chatterjee/NPR
September 18, 2020 | 7:39 AM
“I don’t even know what that’s like, having to actually go fill out an application to try to get another job, and fit in somewhere,” said Swain. “Starting over, like that’s just so crazy.”
By Laura Benshoff/Keystone Crossroads
September 18, 2020 | 7:30 AM
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Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Rachel Levine have signed new orders following last week’s announcement that restaurants in Pennsylvania can up their indoor dining capacity to 50% starting Sept. 21.
Emily Scott/WHYY September 18, 2020 | 5:45 AM
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Much of the decision is grounded in precedent that has been widely repudiated, and it also runs counter to similar rulings and the reasoning of the country’s chief justice, John Roberts.
By Jamie Martines of Spotlight PA and Paula Reed Ward of the Tribune-Review
September 18, 2020 | 5:35 AM
Borough Council President Jesse Barlow said “a lot of the local residents I have heard from are not happy about it.”
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