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Democratic U.S. Reps. Dwight Evans, Brendan Boyle, and Madeleine Dean and Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick sent a request Friday to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services asking for support for safety-net hospitals — including those in the Philadelphia region — that are at risk of experiencing patient surges.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA — Community testing for coronavirus will continue in Montgomery County, officials announced on Thursday.
Although the site at Temple University-Ambler is now closed, a new site will open next week at Montgomery County Community College's campus in Whitpain Township.
A new bipartisan bill aims to help fresh graduates deal with their student loans by deferring them for up to three years.
The Department of Health and Human Services is stepping back from a plan to end support on Friday for community-based coronavirus testing sites around the country.
Montgomery County will keep its mass drive-thru COVID-19 testing site open until late May, though it will be relocated to the Montgomery County Community College campus, county commissioners announced Thursday.
Many college graduates in 2020 will likely face bleak job prospects as the coronavirus pandemic drives the economy in recession.
Combine that predicament with high rates of student loan debt — which many have to start paying as soon as they graduate, regardless of whether they have an income to pay the debt — and new grads are potentially in for a world of financial hurt.
A rare display of bipartisanship occurred in Congress recently as seven Democrats and seven Republicans signed a letter to Ron Batory, Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration and K.
Officials in Bucks County announced Wednesday that a private athletic training facility is being converted to help ease the workload of local hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic.