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No time for ticks. Here’s how to stay safe on the trail | Five...

A new speaker, racial injustice in public schools, COVID-19 and more in this week's Five for the weekend.

‘Say Her Name’: Philly Protesters seek justice for Black, trans women

The march was one of countless held across the city since the murder of George Floyd. The tone that set this one apart was its focus on Black women, girls and trans women.

Open for adventure: Pennsylvania Parks | Five for the weekend

Now that all 67 counties are in the yellow or green phase of reopening, Pennsylvania's state parks announced earlier this week that as of Friday, June 12, cabins, cottages, lodges and yurts across the state are open.

Philly police chief warns City Council that budget cuts will lead to layoffs

Cuts to the Philadelphia Police Dept’s budget will lead to layoffs and snuff out investments in police accountability reforms, the city’s top cop says.

Wolf admin issues updated reopening guidance for mini golf, other outdoor businesses

With all 67 Pennsylvania counties now fully, or partially, reopened, the Wolf administration has issued updated guidance for a host of outdoor-related businesses, from miniature golf courses and paintball ranges, to horseback riding businesses...

Wolf’s PAC showered more than $85K on Dem candidates in Pa. primary, records show

Wolf's PAC also contributed $100,000 in March to the state House Democratic Campaign Committee and $50,000 in February to the Pennsylvania Democratic Party

Philly Mayor Kenney: All city operations will be closed Monday except public safety

“We have to stop this senseless violence and looting,” community activist Darryl Shuler said. “I’m begging y’all. We understand what is going on."

Memorial Day 2020: Observing the holiday in the middle of COVID-19 | Five for...

Happy weekend, everyone! Before we sign off for the holiday weekend, we wanted to take a minute to share the election guide for the rapidly approaching June 2 primary.If you're not sure what races will...

Philly’s Black clergy encourage voters to vote by mail

Members of the Black clergy are encouraging voters to stay safe at home on primary election day and vote by mail.

Wolf admin. releases partial list of business shutdown waivers

Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday released the names of more than 6,000 businesses that secured waivers to operate during the state’s COVID-19 shutdown, but declined to comply fully with a subpoena that sought the...