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New Chicago Target Could Be Equipped With a Bar

A new Target store set to open in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood is on track to become the first ever Target store to serve alcohol to customers. A spokesperson for the Minnesota-based retailer confirmed... »

Manager of AC's Tram Cars Blames City for Money Woes

The manager of the company responsible for operating Atlantic City's boardwalk tram cars is blaming city officials for his financial woes. »


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. »

Bill Looks to Legalize UberX in Philadelphia

Ridesharing services are a step closer to legalization in Philadelphia, the only county in Pennsylvania they're currently not legally permitted to operate in. »


Pope Visit Leaders Rally Businesses to Be #OpeninPHL

Mayor Michael Nutter and World Meeting of Families leaders hit the streets of Philadelphia Monday to deliver Pope visit kits to Philadelphia businesses. »


Pope Home Renters Not Getting What They Want

Thousands of people are trying to make big bucks by renting their rooms or homes during the Pope's visit. NBC10's Drew Smith reports there are still thousands of vacancies just weeks before Pope Francis... »


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. »

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Wireless Companies Boost Networks in Preparation for Pope

Wireless Companies Boost Networks in Preparation for Pope

Wireless companies in the area are boosting their networks in preparation for the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D.C.

Amazon to Let Prime Members Download Videos

Amazon to Let Prime Members Download Videos

Amazon is upping the ante in the streaming-video competition with downloadable videos. The e-commerce powerhouse will now let members of its $99 annual Prime loyalty program download some shows and movies on its...

Malware Targeting Android Smartphones on the Rise

Malware Targeting Android Smartphones on the Rise

Malicious software targeting smartphones with the Android operating system is becoming more common, with some handsets already infected when they're bought. A report by German security firm G DATA found that the...

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