South Philly Businesses Hoping For Boost As Eagles Fans Return To Lincoln Financial Field on SundayThe city is limiting the venue to 7,500 people total, including teams, staff, media and fans, so about 5,500 to 6,000 fans will be able to snag tickets.
Coronavirus Forces 2 Popular Atlantic City Restaurants To Close PermanentlyPhiladelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Buddakan and The Continental, which have been closed since mid-March, will not reopen.
Gov. Wolf Announces Additional $96 Million For Pennsylvania Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19To date, more than 10,000 businesses have been approved for $192 million in grants through the COVID-19 relief program.
Stimulus Check Latest: Revised HEROES Act, Passed By House, Includes $1200 Payment; $600 Additional UnemploymentThe revised HEROES Act, passed by Democrats in the House, would still include stimulus payments and enhanced unemployment benefits.
New Hyatt Centric Hotel To Open In Rittenhouse Square As Philadelphia's Tourism Industry Claws Back From $4 Billion HitAmong them is a new hotel that's set to open this week in Rittenhouse Square.
1,000 Philadelphia-Based American Airlines Employees Facing Furlough Without Action From CongressWithout a new COVID-19 relief bill, 19,000 American Airlines workers nationwide are set to be furloughed or laid off.
Pennsylvania Senate OKs Bill To Loosen Coronavirus Limits On Restaurants, BarsThe Republican-controlled Senate voted 43 to 6 for a bill that would end the requirement that customers buy food in order to purchase alcohol and permit patrons to be served drinks at the bar.
Montgomery County Bed Bath & Beyond Store One Of Dozens ClosingThe retailer announced it will shut down the store on Chemical Road in Plymouth Meeting later this year.
Pennsylvania's Yuengling, America's Oldest Brewer, Expanding To West Coast For First TimeThe brewery, about two hours northwest of Philadelphia in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, announced a joint venture with Molson Coors on Tuesday to break out beyond its traditional 22-state distribution area in the East.
Philadelphia Has Lost More Than $4 Billion In Economic Impact Due To COVID-19, Officials SayExperts predict it will take at least three to four years for the city to fully recover.
Officials Expected To Select Developer For Penn's Landing Redevelopment Project WednesdayOne proposal includes a new arena for the Sixers.
'Feels Like Old Times' At Jersey Shore As Indoor Dining Returns In Time For Labor Day WeekendIndoor dining could not have resumed at a better time, not only for restaurant owners but also for patrons as well.
Jersey Shore Restaurants Look To Take Advantage Of Labor Day Weekend Crowds As Indoor Dining ResumesAs folks take advantage of the sunshine, mild temperatures and the start to indoor dining, some say there's nothing like sitting inside one of their favorite establishments for a well-deserved meal.
Many Americans Will See Boost In Paychecks As Payroll Tax Holiday BeginsThe mandate defers the 6.2% tax that employees pay for social security.
Philadelphia Theater, Music Venues Will Glow Red To Raise Awareness Of Hardships Facing Entertainment IndustryThe Live Events Coalition reports some 62% of arts and entertainment workers are fully unemployed, and 94% of workers in the industry have reported some kind of income loss.