Philadelphia Tourism Bouncing Back From Pandemic LowsCity representatives are seeing increases in visitation, spending, economic impact, tax revenue and jobs.
Nearly $2 Million Spent On Recreational Marijuana First Day It Was Legal In New JerseyWe've seen long lines outside dispensaries where people are now allowed to buy up to one ounce of marijuana at a time.
'Jersey Fresh' Initiative Encourages Customers To Buy From Local Farmers As Supply Costs SpikeLike families at the grocery store, Walker said he and his fellow farmers have seen their supply costs spike to about triple what they paid two years ago.
Philadelphia Businesses Divided Over City Reinstating Indoor Mask Mandate Amid Rising COVID-19 CasesOther business owners say the mask is a small price to pay to stay safe.
Fines Begin Friday For Businesses Violating Philadelphia's Plastic Bag BanIt's estimated that Philadelphians use roughly a billion plastic bags every year.
NCAA Tournament Proving To Be Economic Slam Dunk For Philadelphia BusinessesFans are fired up in Philadelphia for March Madness. The energy and spirit are contagious in the city.
Letter Sent To Kenney Administration Urges Philadelphia Officials To Reconsider Expensive New Rules Over StreeteriesFishtown and other neighborhood groups signed a letter sent to Mayor Jim Kenney Thursday. It calls to lower some fees and eliminate the $60,000 bond.
After 2 Years Of COVID, Philadelphia Throwing 'Coming-Out Party' As NCAA Tournament Comes To Wells Fargo CenterIt's estimated that 8,100 hotel rooms will be rented out between Friday and Sunday. Visitors are expected to spend over $12 million during the weekend.
Fanatics, Group Including Meek Mill, Buys Philadelphia-Based Sports Retailer Mitchell & Ness76ers co-owner Michael Rubin owns Fanatics and he's driving the acquisition.
Used Car Prices Up 37% As Supply Shortages Wreak Havoc On Car Buyers, SellersLoading up and driving off the lot is exciting. But what’s more emotionally draining is the disappointment in not finding what you want.
Philadelphia Area Residents Faced With Delayed Deliveries, Empty Shelves As Supply Chain Issues ResurfaceOut of stock! We are once again seeing empty grocery store shelves.
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.