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'Can't Restart On A Dime': Opening Night Won't Happen Overnight For Philadelphia Theatre Company As Restrictions To Be LiftedBy the numbers, the arts locally employ more than 7,000 people each year, with financial losses here now topping $4 billion.
Federal Agents Descend On Hindu Temple In Robbinsville After Lawsuit Alleges Human Trafficking, Forced LaborThe lawsuit says hundreds of workers from India suffered torturous treatment.
Maple Shade Volunteer Fire Department Unexpectedly Shut DownThe doors are shuttered at the fire station after the township announced it's suspending the fire department for the next 90 days while it looks for ways to improve the service.
Sesame Will Have To Be Identified On Labels Under New Allergy Law Signed By President BidenSesame will be the ninth food added to the list of items that have to be identified on labels. It can't come fast enough for the 1.6 million people who are allergic to sesame.
West Chester Police Searching For Man Wanted For Two Sexual AssaultsBoth incidents happened within an hour of each other on the night of April 29.
'It's About Time': Philadelphia Venues, Customers Rejoice Over Lifting Of Restrictions On June 11Today's announcement is welcome news for venues like casinos, where part of the experience is coming together with others.
Larry Krasner Vs. Carlos Vega: Philadelphia District Attorney Primary Intensifies One Week OutBoth candidates pushing their platforms, seeking out the undecideds and voters still on the fence.
Philadelphia To Ease More COVID-19 Restrictions Next Week, Lift All Required Limits On Capacity In Any Setting On June 11Philadelphia will ease more of its COVID-19 restrictions next week, Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley announced Tuesday.
Former Eagle Brandon Bair Saves Man From Burning Semi-Truck After Struck By Train In IdahoA former Eagles defensive end recently saved a man from a burning semi-truck after it was struck by a train in Idaho.