Amazon Looking To Hire 3,900 Workers Throughout Delaware Valley Ahead Of Holiday RushThere are openings in Philadelphia, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Camden and Wilmington.
Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky Helicopter Plant In Coatesville Closing Next YearThe company had intended to close it in 2019.
Many Philadelphia Businesses Applaud Mask Mandate But Gym Owner Says Members Leaving Over RequirementBusinesses Eyewitness News talked to have mixed reactions over the new rules.
Wayne Restaurant Owners Receive Anti-Semitic Comments, Threats For Requiring Customers To Show Proof Of VaccinationCornerstone is not the only restaurant requiring customers to be vaccinated, but because of so much backlash and threats, they now have had to call police for extra protection.
Delaware Gov. Carney Signs Bill To Raise State's Minimum Wage To $15 An HourThe wage increase will be phased in.
Crave Montco Month Helping Get Customers Back To Restaurants Rebounding After COVID ClosuresThursday marks the start of Crave Montco Month.
'Sacrificing Restaurants For Politics': Philadelphia City Council Urging State Legislators To Again Allow Cocktails To-GoDrinks to-go and outdoor dining expansion limits were abruptly halted once the governor's disaster declaration ended a week ago.
2 Out Of 3 School Districts In US Reporting Teacher Shortages, Survey FindsAcross the nation, a Frontline Education survey found that two out of three districts are reporting a shortage.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Working On Bill To Permanently Allow To-Go Drinks From Bars, RestaurantsBars and restaurants across Pennsylvania had to abruptly stop selling cocktails to go Tuesday immediately after Pennsylvania's emergency declaration was lifted.
Cocktails To-Go, Extended Outdoor Dining No Longer Allowed In Pennsylvania, Blindsiding Business OwnersWith election results now certified and the governor's powers over emergency declarations reduced by voters, the ability to extend these measures rests with the legislature.
New Jersey Lifts All Indoor Gathering Limits, Officially Ends COVID Health EmergencyThat means weddings, funerals, memorial services, performances, political gatherings and other catered and commercial events can go on with unlimited attendance.
'Your City Needs You': Philadelphia Looking To Hire More Lifeguards To Keep Kids Safe This SummerCity pools are fun but they also play a major role in violence prevention efforts. So lifeguards are needed now more than ever.
Pennsylvanians Celebrate Nearly All COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted On Memorial DayAs of 12:01 Monday morning, restaurants, bars, stores, salons, gyms, and theaters were able to open at full capacity.
Philadelphia Restaurant Steak 48's $100 Minimum Policy Has Social Media Sizzling With CriticismThe fancy steakhouse has enacted a strict dining policy that has social media sizzling with criticism.
Jersey Shore Businesses Eager For Memorial Day Weekend Crowds As Hiring Struggles PersistMemorial Day weekend is almost here and businesses are hoping for a strong summer season.