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Philadelphia School District Students, Staff To Resume Masking As COVID Cases Continue To Rise In City

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia School District will resume masking indoors and on school buses starting Monday, May 23. The health department recommended the school district resume universal mask-wearing due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the Philadelphia region. Students and staff will be required to wear their masks during the school and workday, and must continue to wear masks while riding transportation coordinated by the district. This includes school buses and vans, taxis, ride-share, Uber, etc. “The District encourages families and staff to take extra precautions to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and will continue to work with PDPH...
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UNC Basketball: Danny Green to return next season

Former UNC basketball sharpshooter Danny Green is expected to return to the NBA next season. Philadelphia 76ers wing Danny Green suffered a season-ending injury during a Game 6 loss to the Miami Heat when he tore both the ACL and LCL in his left knee. And while injuries of that...
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Mitch White Starting Dodgers Bullpen Game Against Phillies

With a stretch of 31 games in 30 days, the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching staff figured to face a daunting challenge this month. A rainout that created a doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs and Clayton Kershaw being placed on the 15-day injured list made for an even more uphill battle.
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76ers’ Wing Matisse Thybulle Named to NBA All-Defensive Second Team

The Philadelphia 76ers‘ season is, unfortunately, once again without a championship. The season featured many gut punches to both the team and the fan base, but there were also bright spots throughout the year. One player who perfectly represented both the bright spots of the season and the aforementioned gut punches was Matisse Thybulle. Thybulle didn’t end the season on a positive note, but he may have improved his stock as he was selected to the NBA’s All-Defense Second Team.
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