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 2020-04-08 23:56 

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Sixers partner Michael Rubin, Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro donate 5,000 masks for Philadelphia Police Department...

The masks, made at the company's factory in Easton, will be in Philies pinstripes....

 2020-04-08 23:44 

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U.S. bookies had Trump favored to beat Biden, if only for a few minutes...

A miscommunication in West Virginia briefly opened wagering on the presidential race on Tuesday night. It was quickly shut down....

 2020-04-08 22:39 

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Do you still think COVID-19 is just like the flu? | Coronavirus Newsletter...

Nightly coronavirus updates from The Philadelphia Inquirer...

 2020-04-08 22:35 

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Philly Shipyard wins $630 million contract to build two training ships and add 1,200 jobs...

If the federal government opts to purchase three more ships, the total contract would be worth $1.5 billion down the road....

 2020-04-08 22:18 

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The coronavirus conversation you need to have with your family right now...

Now is the time to get our health and financial affairs in order and have those necessary conversations with our loved ones about what to do in case we get sick, or worse....

 2020-04-08 22:00 

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Confusion prevails as Mariner East pipeline gets construction waivers by mistake...

The builder of the contested pipeline network had said Tuesday night that it got additional waivers to complete work at several sites on the 350-mile-long project....

 2020-04-08 21:52 

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'It's terrifying:' Corrections officers say jails aren't doing enough to protect them as coronavirus spreads...

As public health advocates warn of the threats the coronavirus poses behind bars, corrections officers at county jails in Pennsylvania say they continue to be put at risk....

 2020-04-08 21:52 

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Temple athletics parts ways with Under Armour, signs new deal with Nike...

Temple's 19 varsity sports will now be wearing Nike designs. Terms of the deal were not disclosed....

 2020-04-08 21:42 

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A South Jersey couple created a massive sand sculpture to thank health-care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic...

The six-ton sand sculpture depicts a woman with a surgical mask and a tear in her eye holding the world in her hands and the message...

 2020-04-08 21:28 

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NBA season or not, Sixers' Matisse Thybulle prioritizes health -- and TikTok videos...

Matisse Thybulle:...

 2020-04-08 21:22 

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Wawa donates refrigerated truck to help New Jersey store bodies of coronavirus victims...

The 53-foot refrigerated truck will help relieve crowded morgues and funeral homes in Bergen County....

 2020-04-08 21:21 

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A Bucks County athletic club has become a makeshift medical facility to help hospitals with COVID-19...

The Newtown Athletic Club has the capacity to house up to 100 patients, officials said Wednesday....

 2020-04-08 21:21 

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Do you still think coronavirus is just like the flu? Here's why COVID-19 is more dangerous....

The diseases have much in common, but most numbers are worse for coronavirus....

 2020-04-08 21:12 

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Heavy blossom alert: 40 mph wind gusts could send them flying...

Strong storms are possible Thursday, and next two weeks looking chilly....

 2020-04-08 20:20 

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Inquirer wins five 1st place national journalism awards...

The Philadelphia Inquirer has won five prestigious national journalism awards....

 2020-04-08 20:17 

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With Pa. mired in coronavirus crisis, state lawmakers bicker about business shutdown but find no agreement...

A top Republican accused Democrats of not working with the majority party to come up with a compromise to get the economy back on track....

 2020-04-08 20:13 

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Mother of slain 4-year-old: Convicted killer Walter Ogrod is innocent and should be released from prison...

As Walter Ogrod awaits a court ruling on his latest bid for freedom - which is supported by the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office - the mother of the girl he was convicted of killing said she no longer believes Ogrod committed the crime....

 2020-04-08 19:57 

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Coronavirus closed schools. Here's how those that serve the most vulnerable are still providing lifelines....

"Our schools are not closed — the buildings are," said Pauline Cheung, principal of Francis Scott Key Elementary. "I feel that we have to be open, more than ever."...

 2020-04-08 19:46 

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Farmers markets are stepping up to the plate | Let's Eat...

Also: Distilleries shift their production to hand sanitizer, and Craig LaBan pumps up his pasta game....

 2020-04-08 19:43 

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PHL COVID-19 Fund earmarks more than $2 million in first round of grants to nonprofits...

More than $2 million was awarded to 44 nonprofits in the Philadelphia region....

 2020-04-08 19:36 

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Philly's coronavirus rent-strike experiment has begun, with 13 West Philly households taking part...

"We can't pay this month, let alone May. We made it clear we needed to open up a conversation about rent forgiveness. They did not respond to that request."...

 2020-04-08 19:32 

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More Limerick nuclear plant workers test positive for coronavirus; refueling to continue...

About 23 of the quarantined workers show symptoms, Val Arkoosh, the chair of the Montgomery County Commission, said Tuesday....

 2020-04-08 19:28 

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Broadening the value and reach of news during the coronavirus crisis | Opinion...

In a crisis, there's an opportunity to engage differently and to work collaboratively to deliver useful reporting and information to our neighbors in a time of great need....

 2020-04-08 19:18 

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Comcast sued by King of Prussia man over claims of an unauthorized credit check...

A King of Prussia man who has successfully sued robocallers for tens of thousands of dollars is now taking on Comcast, claiming the cable giant illegally accessed his credit report without permission....

 2020-04-08 19:13 

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Amid coronavirus crisis, Pa. Liquor Control Board leaves behind income for the state | Opinion...

By limiting purchasing and delivery, the PLCB is endangering thousands of jobs and businesses in the private sector, leaving behind millions of dollars in income, and unfairly barring sales from licensed suppliers....

 2020-04-08 18:59 

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Gov. Tom Wolf authorizes Pa. to 'commandeer' needed medical supplies for coronavirus care...

Wolf said Wednesday the order will allow the state to move "key equipment" to high population areas that have been greatly impacted, as well as to areas with lower populations that "don't have existing resources."...

 2020-04-08 18:45 

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Pennsylvania facing up to $4 billion shortfall as coronavirus shutdown upends state budget...

Approximately one-fifth of all workers in the state have been laid off, according to a new report by the state's Independent Fiscal Office....

 2020-04-08 18:24 

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How to wash vegetables: Can I get the coronavirus from groceries?...

Can I get the coronavirus from food? How should I wash produce? Here's what you need to know....

 2020-04-08 18:12 

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Former Villanova star and Olympian Patrick Tiernan takes Olympics postponement in stride...

Tiernan competed for Australia in the Rio Games. He said he was looking forward to the next Olympics to put into practice the lessons he learned from his 2016 debut....

 2020-04-08 17:58 

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At Philly's farmers markets, there are more online orders — and less socializing...

Gone are the free tastes of cheese and bread, the gulps of wine and swigs of local cider....

 2020-04-08 16:46 

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Easy chicken recipe uses salsa in your pantry...

Marisa McClellan, the Philadelphia author of...

 2020-04-08 16:35 

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Despite the coronavirus, Easter Bunny to hop through a Montgomery County town, at a safe distance...

The Jenkintown Police Department said it's received word that the big guy will be hopping by the borough on Saturday to scout out the area before his Sunday deliveries. "Social distancing will be in effect. The bunny is a very busy guy and can'...

 2020-04-08 16:23 

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Do you still have to pay the Philly wage tax if you're working from home in suburbs due to coronavirus?...

Suburban residents who are now working fro home may be eligible for relief from the city wage tax. Here's what you need to know....

 2020-04-08 16:18 

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COVID-19 has shut down hundreds of cleanups, leaving parks and waterways filthy...

The 50th anniversary of Earth Day wasn't supposed to be this way: parks, streambanks and forests filled with trash. Why? Coronavirus precautions have forced thousands of scheduled cleanups to cancel or be postponed....

 2020-04-08 16:15 

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Fear of the coronavirus hasn't emptied Philly's basketball courts or the region's parks...

Locking fences, taking down hoops and other measures are supposed to keep people from gathering in parks. But in Philadelphia, it hasn't worked....

 2020-04-08 16:01 

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Bernie Sanders ends his presidential campaign, clearing the way for Joe Biden...

He moved the Democratic Party left but turned out to be a little too radical for many of the party's primary voters....

 2020-04-08 16:00 

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New fund sparked by William Penn Foundation will dole out millions to arts groups and artists in 'severe financial straits'...

The new fund is the largest of a number of other emergency funds that have formed to provide relief to cultural organizations and artists in the region. You can read about them here....

 2020-04-08 16:00 

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On the market: A historically registered rowhouse in Queen Village for $475,000...

"You can't even hear the sounds of the street," the owner says. "You don't feel like you're in the city. It was the perfect place of both worlds."...

 2020-04-08 15:57 

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Latest sports news: Tom Brady, Howard Stern detail Patriots departure; Mike Gundy's coronavirus comments warrant backlash; Kevin Garnett deals Timberwolves a blow...

Brady's unfiltered interview with Stern revealed his concerns about the last season in New England....

 2020-04-08 15:31 

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Pa. gun owner: I want gun stores closed during coronavirus | Opinion...

As both a gun owner and doctor, I see gun stores staying open as flying in the face of public health....

 2020-04-08 15:15 

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Former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono, now with Chicago Bulls, waits for NBA season to resume...

A key member of the Wildcats' 2016 national championship team, Arcidiacono said he hasn't picked up a basketball in almost a month....

 2020-04-08 15:01 

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Can I go fishing? Here's how to do it safely during the coronavirus pandemic....

You can go fishing during the coronavirus pandemic, but it's important to follow these rules to make sure you don't help spread the virus....

 2020-04-08 14:46 

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Making connections, grappling with misinformation: How Gen Z is using social media during the pandemic...

Right now, many Gen Zers are struggling with boredom, grappling with misinformation, and trying to figure out what the best ways they can help are — all through social media....

 2020-04-08 14:30 

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NFL draft's deep WR crop has something for everybody, including the Eagles...

NFL Network draft analyst Ben Fennell breaks down the deep wide receiver class in the NFL draft for The Inquirer's Paul Domowitch....

 2020-04-08 14:25 

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Could the NFL draft, given the interrupted process, add some rounds this year? | Early Birds...

Teams might want a bigger margin for error....

 2020-04-08 14:23 

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Philly man dies after being found shot in pickup truck in West Oak Lane...

Police reported no arrests or motives in any of the shootings. Philadelphia has had 98 homicides as of Tuesday night....

 2020-04-08 14:00 

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We continue to feed each other — from a distance...

Though coronavirus has puts a frightening hitch in weekly gatherings, the spirit of sharing remains....

 2020-04-08 14:00 

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Remote learning is unequal. Coronavirus changed that — for now. | Opinion...

Students at elite institutions are asking to pay lower tuition for as long as they endure distance learning — which is typically just forced on less privileged students....

 2020-04-08 13:54 

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Next COVID-19 hot spot could be Philly, says White House coronavirus chief...

State officials say they feel prepared for a potential surge in the region....

 2020-04-08 13:42 

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Philadelphia officials stopped Rivers Casino from closing off its Delaware River trail, but that's not enough...

Cities around the world are starting to close parks. But as the coronavirus crisis grows, we need more public space, not less....

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