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Bank Branches Getting Digital MakeoversAs more of us take our finances online, some companies are closing brick-and-mortar locations or shutting down drive-thru window service. Others are giving their branches a digital makeover.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Valentine's Vacation
Philadelphia's Love Park, Iconic Statue Ready For RenovationThe city is breaking ground Wednesday on a $16.5 million, year-long renovation of the photogenic tourist attraction.
Two Track Approach In NJ To Raising Minimum WageEfforts are planned in Trenton and Washington to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour over time.
The Gallery Won't Re-Open Until At Least 2018The developer is now projecting the re-opening for 2018.
With First Budget Unfinished, Wolf To Propose Budget No. 2 TodayGovernor Wolf finds himself in a position unlike no other governor in recent decades: he is scheduled to propose his second budget today while his first budget remains incomplete.
Phila. Officials Announce Effort To Save Money, Create Jobs By Making City Buildings More Energy EfficientThe Mayor and City Council President have announced a ten-year effort to save money and create jobs, by making city buildings, businesses and homes greener.
Times Are Changing In One Delco TownIt's a time of transition for Media, Delaware County.
New Platform Can Take Photos From Your Phone, Turn Them Into ArtA new e-commerce platform launching Monday allows users to create one of a kind wall decor from photos on social media accounts and your camera roll.
NJ Sales Tax Break A Big Deal At Atlantic City Boat ShowJust in time for this week's Boat Show in Atlantic City. New Jersey's sales tax incentive for boat sales is in effect. And it can save people in the market for a boat a lot of money.
Mayor Kenney Helps Launch 'Immigrant Innovation Hub'The mayor of Philadelphia helped launch a new collaborative initiative Thursday night in Mount Airy that supports immigrants who want to expand their businesses.
Montco Board Of Commissioners Issues Annual 'State Of The County' ReportOne of the most livable counties in the country is getting even better. That’s the message from the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners in their annual “state of the county” report.

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