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Philadelphia

04/29/22 1:30pm
Several delays have occurred in mandating vaccination for these union employees.
04/28/22 12:18am
2021 College graduates Christina Miranda and Amanda Moreno co-founded Body Empowerment Project after being named recipients of the 2021 President’s Engagement Prize
04/27/22 11:06pm
This year, the fair will feature about 60 vendors, selling jewelry, candles, pottery, and knitted goods, and about 20 nonprofit community tables.
04/27/22 4:02am
The proposal would allow workers to pay for SEPTA passes with pre-tax salaries, saving their federal income tax bill by an average of $200 to $250 a year.
04/27/22 2:13am
Earth Week was held from April 18 to April 22.
04/25/22 11:15pm
In preparation for the upcoming election, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing how to vote, in person or by mail, and a brief run-down on all the candidates for students registered to vote on campus.
04/25/22 12:10pm
FFP Campaign Coordinator and College sophomore Sarah Sterinbach called the protest "the most successful action in FFP history." 
04/25/22 5:09am
The report, first published in 2009, is part of Pew’s Philadelphia Research and Policy Initiative project and uses research and statistical analysis.
04/21/22 11:43pm
At the April 14 ceremony, awards were given to UPPD police officers, PennComm Operations Center personnel, Penn Patrol security guards, and graduating seniors in Penn MERT. 
04/20/22 12:47am
SEPTA's decision — prompted by a federal judge striking down the national mask mandate for public transportation and ruling that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its authority — was announced Monday.
04/20/22 12:34am
Wolf also plans to give $1.25 billion to all 500 districts to distribute equal funding to Pennsylvania's most struggling school districts.
04/19/22 8:48am
The mandate, which was announced last week and went into effect on April 18, made Philadelphia the first major city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate following an uptick in COVID-19 cases. 
04/18/22 11:25pm
Penn political groups are ensuring students are registered to vote before Pennsylvania's May 2 deadline for the upcoming primary.
04/17/22 11:54pm
PlayItSafePHL is a guide to safe summer activities — including summer camps, athletic leagues, science programs, and swimming lessons, according to WHYY.
04/15/22 12:23am
Samples from three wastewater sites will be collected twice a week, with plans for additional collection locations throughout the city to help officials more effectively monitor COVID-19 in specific populations.
04/14/22 10:39pm
The eviction of the townhomes residents, which is scheduled to take place this July, has garnered significant attention and backlash from the Penn community. 
04/14/22 1:42am
Harris spoke at the Metal Worker's Local Union No. 19 in the parking lot of the Sheet Metal Worker's Union Hall in South Philadelphia, along with other Democratic politicians.
04/14/22 1:14am
This trend toward indoor masking arrives as the highly transmissible BA.2 subvariant has become the dominant version of COVID-19 in the U.S.
04/12/22 2:02am
The reinstatement of the mandate will take effect on April 18 to give businesses a one-week “educational period” to adjust. Penn has not yet announced plans to reintroduce indoor masking. 
04/11/22 9:35am
Officials from the Philadelphia Department of Health have said that the city's COVID-19 response level could move from Level 1 to 2 if cases continue to rise.