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.
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.