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Posts published in “Day: August 6, 2020

Gov. Wolf's administration recommends, but does not order, postponement of K-12 youth sports in Pennsylvania until 2021

Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration is recommending all Kindergarten through 12th grade school and recreational sports should be postponed until at least Jan. 1, 2021.
Source: ABC News 6

Upper Darby quarantines entire sanitation department after COVID-19 outbreak

COVID-19 OUTBREAK: A coronavirus outbreak within the sanitation division has forced officials in Upper Darby to quarantine the entire department.
Source: ABC News 6

PennDOT hoping to reopen traffic once stuck barges removed from under Vine Street Expressway bridge

PennDOT crews are hoping they can reopen the Vine Street Expressway sometime Thursday once two barges are removed.
Source: ABC News 6

Opera music fills the air while you dine at South Philly's Victor Cafe

Each meal comes with an Opera concert sung by the restaurant’s wait staff, all of whom are professionally trained local performers. #BeLocalish
Source: ABC News 6

Hundreds of maskless revelers seen at Los Angeles mansion hours after mayor vows party crackdown

On the same day the mayor threatened new sanctions against large gatherings, hundreds of people gathered at a lavish Los Angeles home.
Source: ABC News 6

Stimulus package talks: Where lawmakers now stand on unemployment, stimulus checks, PPP

President Trump is exploring options to use executive authority to extend a partial eviction ban and address unemployment benefits.
Source: ABC News 6