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Gov Murphy Orders Masks on NJ Transit; Florida Man Pranks NJ Pizza Orders; $18k Cell Phone Robbery
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/12/20 12:28 am | updated: 04/12/20 12:30 am
 
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued an executive order on Saturday, 4/11, that increased social distancing measures on public transit and in food establishments. All passengers and drivers on NJ Transit as well as on private transit carriers will be required to wear a mask or other face covering when riding unless they cannot for a medical reason. Also, all transit vehicles (bus, train, light rail or paratransit) must cut capacity by 50% of their maximum. Other provisions in... Read More

 
 
Gov. Wolf Authorizes Release of State Prisoners; MontCo Police Shooting; 3 NJ Teens Charged
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/20 2:14 pm | updated: 04/11/20 2:14 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has authorized the temporary release of up to as many as 1,800 state prisoners under a newly established 'Temporary Program to Reprieve Sentences of Incarceration' program. "We can reduce our non-violent prison population and leave fewer inmates at risk for contracting COVID-19 while maintaining public safety with this program," Gov. Wolf said. "I am pleased to direct the Department of Corrections to begin the process to release vulnerable and non-violent... Read More

 
 
Man Pulled off SEPTA Bus - Video; Philly Church Open on Easter; Fmr State Rep Released From Jail
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/20 12:20 am | updated: 04/11/20 12:20 am
 
Cell phone video shared on social media shows Philadelphia Police officers forcibly removing a man from a SEPTA bus in Center City on Friday morning, 4/10. This happened near 11th and Market Streets. Police were called because the man refused to exit the bus after being asked to leave since he was not wearing a mask. The new 'Lifeline Service' schedule that went into effect on Thursday, 4/9, included a requirement that all SEPTA passengers wear a mask when riding. SEPTA General Manager... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Writes Open Letter to Philadelphians
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/10/20 1:36 pm | updated: 04/10/20 1:36 pm
 
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney penned an open letter to the citizens of Philadelphia about the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. He talks about what Philadelphians have been doing and what they should continue to do to get through this time.

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Fellow Philadelphians:

Every year since 2016 I've been thrilled to take part in Philly Free Streets as thousands of residents from every neighborhood came out to walk, bike, roll, and play after we closed some... Read More

 
 
Steve Ravitz, ShopRite Owner, Dies of COVID-19; Wildfire in South Jersey; DE Parks Limiting Crowds
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/09/20 11:27 pm | updated: 04/09/20 11:27 pm
 
Steve Ravitz, owner-operator of six family-owned supermarkets including five ShopRites in South Jersey, has died of coronavirus COVID-19. He was 72. He was known as much for what he did for the community as selling groceries. "Steve will be best remembered for philanthropic community non-profit organization - literally millions of dollars," New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday. "We know that his legacy will be carried on by his family. God bless you, Steve." He took over the family... Read More

 
 
PA Governor Tom Wolf Closes Schools For Rest of Year; PIAA Cancels Winter Champs and Spring Sports
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/09/20 3:00 pm | updated: 04/09/20 3:00 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on Thursday, 4/9, that all schools in the commonwealth will remain closed through the end of the school year as defined by the local school calendars. He made the decision after consulting with Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera. "We must continue our efforts to mitigate the spread of the virus during this national crisis," Governor Wolf said. "This was not an easy decision but closing schools until... Read More

 
 
PEMA Authorized to Commandeer Medical Supplies; NJ Primary Moved to July; NJ Stores Must Wear Masks
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/08/20 7:31 pm | updated: 04/08/20 7:31 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed an executive order on Wednesday, 4/8, authorizing the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) 'to commandeer and utilize all PPE, pharmaceuticals, and other medical resources required to respond to, provide care for those afflicted by, or otherwise prevent the spread of COVID- 19.' Private, public, and quasi-public healthcare providers and facilities, as well as manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers of PPE, pharmaceuticals, and other... Read More

 
 
Philly Police All Get Masks to Wear; Sanders Drops Out of Race; Acme Limiting Customers in Stores
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/08/20 5:25 pm | updated: 04/08/20 5:25 pm
 
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw announced on Wednesday that all 6,500 police officers have been instructed to wear a mask while on duty. Officers have been issued a cloth mask with a bag to store it. Outlaw wrote in a memo to officers, "The purpose of providing these masks is to help prevent spreading the COVID-19 virus among our coworkers. Many who have the virus have no signs or symptoms." The FOP and the city are continuously working to make sure officers have a... Read More

 
 
SEPTA Announces Lifeline Service Schedule; Mayor Kenney to Reissue Budget; PA Flags Fly Half-Staff
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/07/20 11:36 pm | updated: 04/07/20 11:36 pm
 
SEPTA announced that it will be reducing service across all modes of transportation and moving to a new Lifeline Service schedule beginning Thursday, 4/9. The new schedule 'focuses on providing access for essential workers traveling to hospitals, grocery stores and other life-sustaining services.' SEPTA police will be making sure that riders are using SEPTA for an essential purpose. Subways, buses, and trollies will operate on a Saturday schedule. However, 10 Market-Frankford Line... Read More

 
 
DE Bans Short Term Rentals; 16yo Shot/Killed in Wilmington; 3 SEPTA Employees Die from COVID-19
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/07/20 5:09 pm | updated: 04/07/20 5:09 pm
 
Delaware Governor John Carney announced all short-term rentals will be banned starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, 4/7. The ban includes all vacation home rentals, hotels, motels and condo rentals. It also includes Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway, and others. It will last until May 15 or until the health threat is over. There are some exceptions to the rule including caretakers with family members nearby, health care providers, journalists on assignment, and Delawareans with public housing vouchers.... Read More

 
 
 
 
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