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Mike Pence's chief of staff, top adviser both test positive for coronavirus

Sources tell ABC News, Marc Short, Chief of Staff to the Vice President Mike Pence has tested positive for COVID-19. And top adviser Marty Obst has also tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week, a source familiar with the matter told CNN.
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Community marches through Chester to protest gun violence

There was a call for change in Delaware County Saturday as a march for peace consisted of mothers, fathers, friends, and colleagues. All of the participants have been affected by gun violence on the streets of Chester.
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Swarthmore, Pa. native debuts film about Long Beach Island post-Hurricane Sandy at Philadelphia Film Festival

The 29th Philadelphia Film Festival officially kicked off Friday, with 11 days packed full of the best flicks you can watch at home or at drive-in screenings.
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'Mom code': Parents reportedly avoid testing kids to keep Utah COVID-19 numbers artificially low

One post in a local moms’ Facebook group reads, “If your child shows COVID symptoms please keep them home but do not test.”
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Virgin Mary statue stolen in South Philadelphia; community makes it right

A religious statue that had become a landmark of sorts in South Philadelphia was suddenly snatched from the grotto where it stood for years.
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Reading Terminal Market gets big boost from Barstool Sports, Penn National Gaming

The Philadelphia community is coming to the aid of the Reading Terminal Market as the iconic landmark works to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Weight-loss journey: 3 brothers make promise to mother before she passed away to live healthier lives

Abe, Gus and Rudy made a promise to their mother to live healthier lifestyles before she died in 2015. Since then, they’ve lost a combined 300 lbs.
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Check your tickets! $1M scratch-off ticket sold at Bucks County Giant Food Store

Check your tickets! According to the Pennsylvania Lottery, someone bought a $1 million winning ticket at a Bucks County grocery store.
Source: ABC News 6