Joseph A. Gambardello, Philly Inquirer

Joseph A. Gambardello

Philly Inquirer

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Joseph:

It’s ‘not a guarantee’ Philly will move to yellow reopening phase June 5, health commissioner says; 3 in 4 Philadelphians say everyone should wear a mask when leaving home

In a sign of the gradual return of professional sports, the 76ers’ training facility in Camden will reopen today for voluntary, individual workouts. → Read More

Pa. stands firm on its pace in lifting coronavirus restrictions as N.J. takes small step to reopen; President Trump flies to Allentown to tour PPE supplier, talk about testing

Trump's trip to Pennsylvania comes after he blasted the state for not reopening fast enough. → Read More

Police: Man in stolen car triggered fiery crash that killed a truck driver on Schuylkill Expressway

Zamir Abdul Johnson-Selby, 19, of Philadelphia. will be charged with homicide by motor vehicle and other offenses in the deadly crash. → Read More

Police: Man in stolen car triggered fiery crash that killed a truck driver on Schuylkill Expressway

Zamir Abdul Johnson-Selby, 19, of Philadelphia. will be charged with homicide by motor vehicle and other offenses in the deadly crash. → Read More

One dead in fiery tractor-trailer crash on Schuylkill Expressway in Philadelphia

The rig's trailer fell onto a roadway in Fairmount Park, spilling its cargo of produce. → Read More

Philly to wind down Temple University field hospital as coronavirus cases decline; parks to reopen in N.J.

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf, facing his own budget crisis, has moved to freeze grants to arts groups. → Read More

Gov. Phil Murphy unveils N.J. coronavirus reopening plans; military releases schedule, map for Philly Blue Angels/Thunderbirds flyover

Murphy noted New Jersey’s stay-at-home order, which was set to expire May 7, will remain in place until further notice. → Read More

How the Poconos became a coronavirus hot spot; with COVID-19 killing panhandling and food pantries, a volunteer tries to feed the homeless

Harvard researchers say to expect coronavirus outbreaks and shutdowns to continue into 2022. → Read More

Police shoot and wound two in South Philly

The officers were responding to a report of a shooting when a woman fired seven shots at them, police said. → Read More

Wolf orders all Pa. schools closed for the rest of the academic year due to coronavirus; Acme, Aldi limit number of customers allowed in stores

As Philly officials report COVID-19 spreading at a slower rate, White House officials fear Southeastern Pennsylvania is becoming a coronavirus hot spot and may send more aid. → Read More

7-year-old boy shot and killed in Chester

Police found Sinsir Parker in the middle of the street with a gunshot wound to the face. → Read More

Wolf expands coronavirus stay-at-home order to all of Pennsylvania; 12 Philly inmates test positive

Case totals are escalating locally and nationally, with New Jersey reporting another 91 deaths Wednesday and the national toll projected to reach huge numbers. And it’s hard to tell when the peak might hit. → Read More

U.S. coronavirus death toll eclipses China’s; 14 Philadelphia firefighters test positive

As the virus continues to spread, President Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for Pennsylvania, and Americans traveling abroad have been ordered to return to the U.S. immediately or risk being stuck where they are. → Read More

Suspected gunman found critically wounded after standoff in Northeast Philly ends with a shootout

Police said the gunman fired 40 to 50 shots at police. → Read More

Nursing homes worry about potential coronavirus exposure; Pa. universities likely to lose $100M

The United States now has the most confirmed coronavirus cases in the world. → Read More

Number of confirmed coronavirus cases skyrockets to 2,844 in N.J.; without social distancing, math shows dire consequences

New Jersey's latest total makes it No. 2 behind New York for in number of cases in the U.S. → Read More

Philly’s homeless combat the coronavirus; how long does the coronavirus live on hard surfaces?

Also, how to apply for unemployment. → Read More

Why the coronavirus has no cure; stadium complex in line to become testing site

With the region adjusting to shutdowns prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the focus is shifting to setting up testing sites and adding more hospital beds. → Read More

Trump declared a national emergency for coronavirus. Here’s what that means.

Under the 1976 National Emergencies Act, the president is empowered to invoke any of more than 120 statutory powers to address a crisis. → Read More

Philly police officer shot in Frankford

No word yet on the officer's condition. → Read More