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Restaurants Will Close for Holiday

Not feeling the pressure of staying open during a time when retailers are deciding to open their doors earlier on Thanksgiving, some of Philadelphia's restaurants are keeping with the tradition of staying closed... »

Villanova's $300M Expansion Gets Conditional Approval

Villanova University's $300 million expansion project has moved forward after the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners granted conditional approval, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. »

State Officials Search for Project Money

New Jersey lawmakers continue to weigh a number of options aimed at paying for transportation projects across the state, including some that could hit drivers' wallets when they go to fill their gas tanks. »


Shoppers Make Mad Dash for Thanksgiving Purchases

Late shoopers make their rounds ahead of a Thanksgiving Eve winter storm. »

Moshulu Owner Plans Major Renovation Next Year

Moshulu, the restaurant/ship hybrid docked at Penn's Landing, will be undergoing major renovations next year in an attempt to breathe new life into the brand. »

Pa. County Bans Criminal History Question on Job Apps

Allegheny County has joined the growing number of state, county and local governments who will no longer have job applications that require people to check a box if they've been convicted of a felony or serious... »

Tips To Help Drive Online Sales

With the holiday season around the corner, businesses are busy sprucing up their merchandise. In fact, most of the retailers channel their energies into the holiday season. »

Trump Wants $150K Driveway Rent Back

Donald Trump is seeking to get back nearly $150,000 in rent he paid on a driveway leading to the now-closed Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City. »

Suit Alleges TGI Friday's Hid Drink Costs

Customers in New Jersey are suing the TGI Friday's restaurant chain, claiming it didn't print drink prices in its menus so customers would not know about what they say are excessive prices. »

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Philly DA's Office Warns of Online Shopping Fraud

Philly DA's Office Warns of Online Shopping Fraud

The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office says this time of year is the perfect time for criminals to pounce on unsuspecting online shoppers. DA Seth Williams' office provides tips on how to protect yourself.

Philadelphia Officers to Start Using Body Cameras

Philadelphia Officers to Start Using Body Cameras

Just as the family of Michael Brown is stepping up calls for police to use wearable body cameras nationwide, a handful of Philadelphia police officers will start testing them out.

NJ Police to Wear Body Cams

NJ Police to Wear Body Cams

Police in New Jersey's three largest cities will be getting body cameras to record their arrests.

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