Kelly Rule is a general assignment reporter for FOX 29 News.
In Philadelphia, some parents are getting ready to send their pre-K through second graders back to school on Monday. But, Wednesday belonged to the teachers and their moment to get a head start.
A Philadelphia Inquirer report details an undersupply of vaccine distributed to Philadelphia suburban counties, compared to counties in other parts of the state.
Governor Tom Wolf’s announcement easing restrictions for indoor and outdoor events doesn’t mean Philadelphia will follow suit. At least for now.
Penn Medicine says Chester County Hospital gave out shots to family members of staff through a lottery.
The School District of Philadelphia has delayed its plan to welcome a limited number of students back into classrooms on March 1.
The Chester County Health Department sent out a letter recommending cutting social distance from six to three feet between students as long as county COVID-19 transmission rates are below the highest level.
Philadelphia is holding a 24-hour vaccination clinic being hosted by the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium.
Two New Jersey universities are investigating racist Zoom bombings during events held by an African American sorority and fraternity.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent for Christians worldwide. And, like everything else for almost a year, the coronavirus pandemic changed the way ashes were distributed on the solemn day.
Investigators say the carjacking and robbery were related after they happened just several hours apart.