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Montco Kitchen Contractor Faces Deceptive Business Charges

Montco Kitchen Contractor Faces Deceptive Business Charges

A two-month investigation into the business practices of a Montgomery County businessman resulted in his arrest. »

SEPTA Rail Car Defect Could Mean $625K in Lost Ad Revenue
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SEPTA Rail Car Defect Could Mean $625K in Lost Ad Revenue

SEPTA's board is looking to pay back $250,000 and possibly more to a national agency since ads haven’t been rolling on Regional Rail trains thanks to SEPTA’s Silverliner V rail car problems. »

The End to Free Evening Parking Promotions in Philly
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The End to Free Evening Parking Promotions in Philly

Free parking in Philadelphia is about to become even more limited after the PPA and City of Philadelphia announced the conclusion of two parking promotions. »

UPS to Hire Thousands for Holiday Season in Philly Area

UPS to Hire Thousands for Holiday Season in Philly Area

The holiday season is getting closer, and that means more packages and gifts will be sent, so logistics company UPS will bolster its workforce to accommodate the anticipated deluge. »

NBC10 Responds: No Plan But Data Charges Remain
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NBC10 Responds: No Plan But Data Charges Remain

Barbara Caraballo tried to end her data when she no longer needed it. The phone company continued to charge her, despite her not having an account. See how our NBC10 Responds helped get her money back. »

Herr Foods Hiring Dozens in Philadelphia Region This Fall

Herr Foods Hiring Dozens in Philadelphia Region This Fall

A local family-owned-and-operated snack food company whose products are available worldwide is looking to hire dozens of full-time workers this fall. »

Hyundai Recalls 41K SUVs Over Software Glitch

Hyundai Recalls 41K SUVs Over Software Glitch

Hyundai is recalling about 41,000 small SUVs in the U.S. because a software glitch can stop the vehicles from accelerating. The recall came after pressure from the National Highway Traffic Safety... »

Pepsi Closing Reading Distribution Center

Pepsi Closing Reading Distribution Center

Pepsi has announced plans to close a distribution center in a Pennsylvania city, a move that will impact 95 employees. »

Beverage Industry, Others Sue to Block Philly Soda Tax

Beverage Industry, Others Sue to Block Philly Soda Tax

The American Beverage Association and others filed a lawsuit Wednesday to try to block a soda tax set to take effect in Philadelphia in January. »