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32-Story Apt. Building Planned In Washington Square

An affiliate of Mack-Cali Realty Corp. is expanding its local footprint and is proposing to construct a 32-story apartment tower on what is now a narrow surface parking lot at 709 Chestnut St. in Center City. »

Winter Grunt Work Leads to Baseball Careers

Long before any of that major league money starts landing in their bank accounts, most players are in a similar predicament as everyone else in the regular workforce. »

Taco Bell's Waffle Taco Is Dead; Biscuit Taco to Replace

The newest weapon in the breakfast wars is a biscuit shaped like a taco. »

Alcohol Coming to Smaller Delaware Restaurants

Smaller Delaware restaurants will now be allowed to apply for a liquor license under a bill signed into law Monday. »

Caesars Bets Big on AC Conference Center

The Waterfront Conference Center is scheduled to open in August, and advance bookings have surpassed expectations, Massari said. It has more than 100,000 room nights booked, with 66,000 of those occurring in the... »

New Wegmans to Create 500 Jobs

Wegmans is opening up a new store and it is expected to bring an influx of jobs to suburban Philadelphia. »

New KOP Mall Restaurant Looking to Add 130 Jobs

The newest restaurant at the King of Prussia Mall will be opening in mid-April, and it’s looking to add more than 100 jobs. »

6 Local Firms to Layoff Nearly 2,000 Workers

Six different companies with local operations notified the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry through a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) that they would be laying off employees for... »

Local Developers Gear Up for Apple Watch

A group of local developers are gearing up for the Apple Watch release. By April 24, they expect to have a suite of applications ready for use on the new product. »

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Ban on Flying Drones Over State Parks

Ban on Flying Drones Over State Parks

Officials warned drone enthusiasts that they aren't allowed to get a spur-of-the-moment bird’s eye view of state parks in one state.

Recording Video Grows in Use as Feature of Police Stun Guns

Recording Video Grows in Use as Feature of Police Stun Guns

The existence of cameras attached to stun guns was news to a Pennsylvania prosecutor who said Wednesday that a recording made by an officer's own stun gun was the strongest evidence used to charge her this week...

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