Bellmawr Council Revokes Atilis Gym Business License After Owners Continually Defied COVID-19 Shutdown OrdersCouncilmembers voted 5-1 to revoke the gym's license Tuesday evening.
Philadelphia Unemployment Project Helping Frustrated Citizens Get Unemployment Claims ProcessedApplicants have reported hours-long wait times to get to someone on the phone or through LiveChat online.
Philadelphia Restaurants Facing Yet Another Setback As Indoor Dining Delayed Until At Least Sept. 1Restaurants in the city, closed to indoor dining since mid-March, have been making lots of changes in anticipation of welcoming diners back inside.
Indoor Dining In Philadelphia 'Unlikely' To Resume On Aug. 1 As COVID-19 Cases Increase In CityFor many restaurant owners, Aug. 1 was a date circled in red. It was expected businesses could allow restricted indoor dining on that date.
Wilmington's Historic Grand Opera House Lays Off More Than Half Of StaffThe Grand Opera House is 149 years old but hasn't put on a performance since March due to the pandemic.
Philadelphia Gyms, Fitness Centers Reopen Monday With Tight Safety GuidelinesThe city says health inspectors will also perform random, unannounced checks and will close facilities that do not comply.
Center City Restaurants, Bars Bringing Holiday Cheer With Christmas In July MakeoverThere will be Christmas-themed cocktails in souvenir cups and socially-distanced outdoor dining.
Montgomery County Restaurant, Bar Owners Say 'We Can’t Survive This Way' After Gov. Wolf Imposes New Capacity RestrictionsChanging rules are leading to frustration among bar and restaurant owners in Pennsylvania.
Plans To Shutdown Portion Of East Passyunk Avenue For Outdoor Dining, Shopping PostponedOrganizers blame a number of outside circumstances for postponing the event.
Portion Of Northern Liberties Street To Close Saturday For Expanded Outdoor DiningA half-mile section of North 2nd Street will be shut down to traffic so that people can dine outdoors.
'We All Have Families To Feed': Philadelphia Gym Owners Frustrated After Being Left In Dust In Restrictive Green PhaseGaronzik says there’s been no communication at all between government or the health department with gym owners.
How Pennsylvania Day Cares Are Protecting Children From Coronavirus As More Parents Go Back To WorkEyewitness News learned Wednesday that the city will be sending out a survey to families in order to learn about their concerns about sending children back to centers as they plan to head back to offices.
Firework Sales Skyrocket Ahead Of July 4th Holiday As Residents Looks To Create Own Shows During PandemicFirework shows are being canceled across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, but residents say they're going to create their own celebration.
New Jersey Pauses Return Of Indoor Dining, Citing Overcrowding, Disregard For Social Distancing At RestaurantsNew Jersey is tapping the brakes on reopening the state.
Pennsylvania State Sen. Hughes Negotiates $100 Million In State Funding To Help Small Businesses In Disadvantaged CommunitiesThe grants are helping businesses survive after COVID-19. They range from $5,000 to $50,000.