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Power Struggle Continues at AC's Revel

A federal judge is prohibiting the new owner of Atlantic City's former Revel casino from connecting to equipment owned by a utility company at the center of a literal power struggle at the now-dark Boardwalk... »


Parking Prices in Allentown Double

Hourly rates on 400 parking meters in Allentown, Pennsylvania are doubling in price to $2 in the center of the city. »

AC Casino's Online Lounge Takes Mystery Out of Internet Gambling

Morris Bailey knows his customers, and as the owner of Atlantic City's oldest casino, he realizes some longtime patrons feel somewhat uneasy with Internet gambling. »


Fishtown Factory to Become Live Nation Concert Venue

The former Ajax Metal Co. in Fishtown will reportedly be converted into a $32 million entertainment and concert venue to be operated by Live Nation. »

Mass. Court Upholds $63M Verdict in Children's Motrin Case

A Superior Court jury ruled in 2013 that Johnson & Johnson failed to provide sufficient warnings about the potential side effects of Motrin. »


$200M Renovation for Main Line Hospital

The Bryn Mawr Township Board of Commissioners has approved a plan for a $200-million renovation project for Bryn Mawr Hospital. »

Etsy Stock Surges in Trading Debut

The place where you can buy handmade dresses and crocheted dog costumes has a new hot seller: its own stock. Shares of arts and crafts retailer Etsy surged in opening trading on the Nasdaq Thursday. »

Developers to Revamp the Gallery into Oulet Mall

Center City Philadelphia's Gallery mall -- referenced by Will Smith in "Parents Just Don't Understand" -- will be overhauled into an outlet mall as part of a $325 million project. »


Spirit Airlines Offers Direct Flights to Chicago

Spirit Airlines kicked off their non-stop flights between Philadelphia and Chicago Thursday. »

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Women in Tech Conference

Women in Tech Conference

NBC10s Renee Chenault Fattah particpated in Saturday's Women in Tech Conference in Center City.

Verizon to Give Customers More Say Over Channels

Verizon to Give Customers More Say Over Channels

Verizon is giving its customers more control over the channels they pay for as the cacophony of cord cutting reshapes cable TV, The Associated Press reported. Large cable bundles laden with dozens of channels...

Are Students Addicted to Texting?

Are Students Addicted to Texting?

Researchers at Penn State University looked at college students' texting habits and found while most participants said they considered texting while taking a shower to be socially inappropriate, 34 percent...

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