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(Philadelphia City Council president Darrell Clarke, left, and developer Bart Blatstein.  Credit: John Ostapkovich)

Construction Underway On North Philly Shopping Center

Developer Bart Blatstein described the 9th Street Marketplace, saying, “This is a 40,000 square foot, $20 million shopping center at 9th and Girard.”

11/14/2013

(Bart Blatstein speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony for a new shopping center at 9th Street and Girard Avenue in Philadelphia.  Credit: John Ostapkovich)

Rival Casino Developer Not Surprised By Steve Wynn’s Bow-Out

Developer Bart Blatstein, one of the remaining applicants for Philadelphia’s second casino license, says this week’s withdrawal of Wynn’s application removes what Blatstein calls a “distraction.”

11/13/2013

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Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspects Believed Responsible For Multiple Armed Robberies

Authorities say the men have struck at numerous locations, including the Dollar General on Ridge Avenue in Strawberry Mansion, a Little Caesar’s on Lancaster Avenue, another Dollar General on N 48th Street and a Forman Mills Store at 4800 Market Street.

05/31/2013

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Blog: Domino’s And Dollar General Hiring

By Jim Donovan:  Are you looking for a job?  I just learned of two companies in our area that are hiring:  Dollar General and Domino’s. In its effort to hire 10,000 new employees nationwide in […]

05/15/2013

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Philadelphia Back-to-School Guide

Here are some great places around Philadelphia to start your back-to-school shopping spree that won’t take a huge chunk out of your checkbook.

08/03/2012

Delaware Man Arrested For Robbing Dollar Store

Delaware State Police have arrested suspect for a robbery that occurred on April 17th in Magnolia.

04/19/2012

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Gas Prices Down, Holiday Spending Up

A recent study shows that gas prices have gone down 9 cents over the past two weeks. Recent studies also showed an increase in shopping online. A local professor explains if there is a connection.

12/06/2011