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Troy Harris was laid off. Then his wife got sick and couldn't go to work. This is one Philadelphia family’s story, but it illustrates how the pandemic is playing out for lots of working-class families living paycheck to paycheck, writes @NotesFromHeL 

Seniors and those with underlying health conditions have a reason to worry about exposure to the coronavirus, making it hard to get groceries and other resources. Grocery delivery services are working hard, but it’s been a struggle.

“People take drugstore and grocery store workers for granted," said a local labor union president. I couldn’t agree more, writes @RobTornoe 

@amysrosenberg  spoke with podcast producers to see how podcasting is creating a more intimate connection with listeners while the world is at a standstill, featuring @2BlkGirls1Rose  @robcesternino  @gaslitnation  @sarahkendzior  @AndreaChalupa  @SWilderTaylor 

While state officials have consistently said the situation will deteriorate, they’ve been unable to say just how bad the #coronavirus  pandemic might become.

Be sure to keep up with the latest updates surrounding the coronavirus with our newsletter, which recaps all the news from Saturday.

Bucks County officials today reported the county’s first death linked to the coronavirus.

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Joe Baltake, a son of Camden, N.J., and a longtime movie critic for the Philadelphia Daily News and later the Sacramento Bee, died just after midnight Thursday morning at his Haddonfield home.

Philadelphia region braces for surge in coronavirus cases, preps new hospital and quarantine beds

New Jersey’s coronavirus death toll reaches 140, and 35 have died in Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, officials are turning a basketball arena other venues into makeshift hospitals as the pandemic intensifies.

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Here's how we covered the impeachments of Andrew Johnson (1868), Bill Clinton (1998), and Donald Trump (2019) on our front page.

A father took his son to a meet and greet event in November, where he claims Gritty punched his son in the back.

UPDATED: Fewer than 10 Eagles players planned to attend tomorrow's White House ceremony with @realDonaldTrump .

The Wells Fargo Center has quietly beefed up its sign policy to include a ban on political materials amid ongoing tension between the NBA and China over support for the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.

Lisa Blunt Rochester (D) becomes first woman and first African American elected to Congress from Delaware.

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Police sources identified the shooter in a standoff at a Nicetown apartment building that left six police officers injured as Maurice Hill, 36 — a Philadelphia man with a lengthy history of gun convictions and of resisting attempts to bring him to justice.

@Eagles ' Myke Tavarres says he will sit out national anthem Thursday like Colin Kaepernick

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