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Business Owners Worry About Papal Visit

Local business owners are worried that they won't be able to stay open due to road closures during the Papal visit. NBC10's Drew Smith reports city leaders are working to help businesses stay open. »


Judge Tosses Bread Suit Against Wegmans, Whole Foods

A judge has thrown out lawsuits filed by New Jersey consumers who said supermarkets fooled them into paying more for bread by advertising it was made fresh in their stores. »

Former Franchise Owner Alerted Subway Exec About Fogle

A former franchisee alerted a Subway advertising executive in 2008 about her concerns about pitchman Jared Fogle, according to her lawyer. »


Judge Bans Union From Beaming 'Boycott Taj' Onto Ac Casinos

A New Jersey judge on Thursday banned an Atlantic City union from using a light projector to beam critical messages onto the exterior walls of casinos owned or about to be owned by billionaire Carl Icahn. »


Officials Cite 'Top' Main Line Eatery for Roaches

Police said that a popular Main Line Chinese restaurant, once named the nation's best, closed after an infestation of roaches has made improvements and could open as early as next week. »

No Papal Visit Boost for Surrounding States' Hotels

Pope Francis is coming to Philadelphia in less than one month, but surrounding states have yet to see an uptick in hotel demand. »

Philly-Based Firm Among '25 Hottest Under-the-Radar Startups'

It may be well-known among the Philadelphia tech community, but Curalate was just named as one of the "hottest under-the-radar startups" in the country by Business Insider. »

About 48,000 Packages of Bread Recalled in 11 States

The maker of Sara Lee, Nature's Harvest and other brands is recalling about 48,000 packages of bread sold in 11 states because they may contain fragments of glass from a broken light bulb at a company factory. »

Pa.'s Zippo Pays $186K Fine for Hazardous Waste

Zippo, the Pennsylvania maker of iconic cigarette lighters best known for their distinctive metal cases, has agreed to pay $186,000 to settle allegations it violated federal hazardous waste laws. »

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