State Stores Reporting Strong Sales As Philadelphians Stock Up For Unusual New Year's EveNew Year's Eve will look a lot different for many of us this year, but one thing’s for sure -- liquor sales are going strong.
Local Police Departments, Restaurants Ready For New Year's Eve Unlike Any OtherPolice departments say they'll be ready for whatever comes, even though most of the celebrating will be going on at home.
New Jersey's Minimum Wage To Increase To $12 An Hour In 2021Skeptics of a $15 minimum wage fear it could lead to job losses, but an expert says extensive research shows that's not the case.
Local Officials Warn Of Delays For Those Waiting On Unemployment BenefitsThose who are unemployed, like event planners, say the stimulus money can't come soon enough.
Congressman Evans, Rutgers Expert Weigh In On Potential Impact Of $2,000 Stimulus ChecksThe House of Representatives voted Monday evening to pass a bill to increase the $600 stimulus checks to $2,000.
Scaled-down New Year's Eve One Last Blow To Restaurants In 2020It’s the end of a hellacious year for restaurants and businesses, with one final blow coming in the form of a scaled-down New Year’s Eve.
Construction Of $100 Million Water Park At Atlantic City's Showboat Hotel ApprovedPhiladelphia developer Bart Blatstein, who owns the Showboat, envisions the water park as a key to attracting families and non-gamblers, and to draw more tourists in months other than the busy summer season.
Save Philly Restaurants Coalition Secures Free COVID-19 Rapid Testing For Workers, FamiliesA new plan is in place that could potentially change the outlook for those working and patronizing restaurants in the new year.
COVID In Pennsylvania: Gym, Restaurant Owners In Fight Of Their Lives With New Statewide RestrictionsAnother shutdown of indoor dining across Pennsylvania is looming.
COVID In New Jersey: State Moving To Suspend Liquor Licenses Of 10 Bars For Alleged Coronavirus ViolationsThe suspensions would last between ten and 115 days.
COVID In Pennsylvania: New Restrictions On Businesses, Gatherings Expected To Come This Week, Officials SayAn official from Philadelphia also confirms discussions are underway, and that an announcement could come as soon as Thursday.
Popular Ponzio's Diner In Cherry Hill Reopens After Shutting Down When Employee Contracted CoronavirusPonzio's Diner-Bakery-Bar closed down on Dec. 1 for deep cleaning and disinfecting.
Philadelphia City Council Bill Meant To Ease Life For Small Businesses Struggling During PandemicPhiladelphia small business owners are waiting for a relief program to help them stay afloat and protect them from eviction.
PennDOT Looks To Add Manpower For Winter Season But COVID-19 Making Hiring DifficultPennDOT needs the manpower to spread the salt across our roads this winter, and COVID-19 has made hiring difficult. 
Cape May's Congress Hall Installs 12 Dining Igloos For DecemberThe igloos will be up until Congress Hall closes for the winter season in January.