School District of Philadelphia opening six regional centers for special needs students

The School District of Philadelphia will open six regional centers next Monday to offer educational services for students with special needs. The six locations across the city will be used to conduct in-person assessments needed to complete special education evaluations and reevaluations, as well as to determine student eligibility for such services. Top Featured Tags:…

Two suspects arrested in fatal shooting of 25-year-old Brewerytown man

Philadelphia police have arrested two suspects in connection with Wednesday night’s fatal shooting of a 25-year-old Brewerytown resident and recent Temple University graduate. Milan Loncar was walking his dog at around 7 p.m. when he was robbed and killed near 31st and Jefferson streets in Brewerytown. He was transported to Temple University Hospital, where he…

Construction worker rescued from Philly tower after suffering medical emergency

A construction worker suffered a medical emergency on the 41st floor of a skyscraper under construction at Broad and Spruce streets, prompting a technical rescue from the Philadelphia Fire Department on Jan. 15, 2021. The worker, a 60-year-old man, was listed in stable condition. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Here’s how to watch Joe Biden’s Presidential Inauguration next week

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as President and Vice President on Wednesday Jan. 20 in a reimagined ceremony that accounts for social distancing to curb the spread of COVID-19. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Delco congresswoman also says her D.C. office’s panic button was not working during Capitol insurrection

Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon became the second member of the U.S. House to say the panic button installed in her office was not functioning last week when the pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol. Scanlon also said that in the days before the attempted insurrection she observed people being led on tours inside the landmark…

D.A. Krasner pledges to refile charges against fired Philly police officer who struck protester with baton

A judge dismissed charges against fired Philly Police Inspector Joseph Bologna, who was filmed beating a Temple University student with a baton during the George Floyd protests last summer. District Attorney Larry Krasner says he will refile the charges in the Court of Common Pleas. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Traveling abroad? Get a COVID-19 test before coming home, CDC says

All international passengers traveling into the U.S. must present a negative COVID-19 test result before boarding their flights. Even people who have received a coronavirus vaccine are subjected to the new CDC policy, which takes effect Jan. 26, 2021. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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