Taking a page out of New York City’s “High Line,” the Rail Park would run along the former Reading Railroad viaduct and the city branch of the old Reading lines.
A Pennsylvania House committee charged with overseeing casino gambling within the commonwealth held a pair of hearings in our region, looking into ways to keep the industry more competitive.
Today, at the SXSW Interactive Conference, in Austin, Tex., the cofounders of Yik Yak took the stage to defend the service against criticisms that it enabled cyberbullying.
The governor reassured the group of his support for the state’s flourishing natural gas industry.
The 2007 smoking ban allowed for waivers under certain circumstances, under a compromise provision to secure passage. But bars have continued to ask for — and receive — exemptions.
Versa Capital Management said that it is the winning bidder in the auction of troubled teen clothing retailer Wet Seal, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy two months ago.
Gautz says the incident was among violations for which Philadelphia-based Aramark ended up paying a $200,000 penalty.
The national average for a gallon of regular is $2.42 right now — $1.12 less than this time last year.
The PLCB’s Stacy Kriedeman says the state store system will not put powdered alcohol products, equally subject to state regulations, on its shelves.
Two charitable foundations are making a multimillion-dollar investment in public spaces in five of the city’s most underserved communities, creating what could become a national “test kitchen” of sorts on urban renewal.
Some Montgomery County, Pa. educators got a taste of what their classrooms might look like in the future.
Guests can also donate to the Children’s Miracle Network at any location.
Hearings on the tumultuous Revel casino sale have been postponed.
A non-profit known for helping women make a first impression on job interviews is hosting a day to remind women that they’re smart and sexy too.
The developer of a new $200-million upscale hotel and high-rise condo at Broad and Spruce Streets is now bringing in a world-recognized designer to figure out what the interior will look like.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!