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Bucks County Researchers On Hunt for Hepatitis B Cure

A Canadian drug company with research facilities in Bucks County expects to begin human testing of four potential hepatitis B treatments during the first half of next year. »

New Whole Foods Coming to Chester County

A new Whole Foods Market is coming to Exton, Pennsylvania. »

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Local Brewery Launches Delco-Branded Beer

Philly-area beer drinkers will soon be able to fill their pint glasses with a new Delco-branded beer courtesy of a new Delaware County-based brewery. »

Local Culture Fund Has New Leader

The Philadelphia Cultural Fund, a nonprofit organization providing funds to arts-and-cultural organizations, has named its new leader. »

Obama Nominates Philly Judge to Federal Bench

President Obama on Thursday nominated a veteran Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge to fill a vacancy on the federal court. »

PHL Airport Rolls Out New Portable Phone Charging Device

The days of cozying up to outlets on the floor of Philadelphia International Airport are over for consumers of this new product. »

Papal Visit Gear: T-Shirts, Shot Glasses and... Thongs?

Check out all of the unofficial Pope Francis gear you can buy to prepare for his visit in September. »

Student Loan Debt Hampering Entrepreneurship, Hurting Economy

A Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia study shows that the rise of student debt correlates to a decline in U.S. small business formation. »

Health Systems Sue N.J. to Block New Law

Virtua and Capital Health System filed a lawsuit Monday against the state of New Jersey seeking to block the recently approved emergency medical services law that allows Cooper University Hospital to take... »

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Super Cell: Wireless Service Going Into Overdrive for Pope Visit

Super Cell: Wireless Service Going Into Overdrive for Pope Visit

The sheer number of people crammed into the confined area and data-hungry wireless habits of event attendees has wireless carriers beefing up coverage to ensure people can stay connected.

 Target to Sell Products Designed by Local University Students

Target to Sell Products Designed by Local University Students

The work of four Philadelphia University industrial design students has garnered them more than a grade.

Will Amazon Listen to Your Private Conversations?

Will Amazon Listen to Your Private Conversations?

After using the Internet-connected device for two months, Aanya, 16, started to worry that the Echo was eavesdropping on conversations in her Issaquah, Washington, living room.

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