Shankweiler’s, a historic drive-in theater in Orefield, Pennsylvania, gives viewers a much-needed source of safe, socially distanced entertainment. […]
Quarantine hasn’t stopped some Philadelphia kids from spending time with their favorite librarian. Dana Giusti, the children’s librarian at Mt. Airy’s Lovett Library has hosted virtual story times over Facebook Live for children since the […]
The Food Bank of Delaware and The Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health team up to help Delawareans.
For three seniors and their teachers, spring concerts and musicals were the culmination of four years’ worth of work, but the coronavirus meant a change in plans.
During the past several months of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a way of dealing with the isolation of social distancing, some families have been welcoming new furry friends into their homes.
The Trouble I’ve Seen project strives to remember those lost to the pandemic through art. […]
Education: Parents, Teachers Lambast School District Over Reopening Plan at Board of Education Meeting
More than 100 Parents, teachers, principals, and students all spoke against the School District of Philadelphia’s hybrid learning plan for fall. The board voted to delay action on Superintendent Hite’s proposed plan until the next week. […]
Matt Desmond and Alec Palmer have built a support network among sports media professionals, offering a safe space to talk about the professions stresses and uncertainties in the wake of coronavirus. […]
Reading High School graduate Tillman Sims began TLC Fore Reading five years ago with the goal of shaping the minds of young men and women from all walks of life. Using a shared interest in golf as a starting point, Sims’ program introduces inner city students to a larger world outside their neighborhoods. […]
Our special reporting on COVID-19 may focus on communities outside Philadelphia because many of our student journalists are now temporarily located outside of the city. Instead, our reporters will cover how the coronavirus is impacting […]