The U.S. Department of Justice said that Lee Price III allegedly obtained more than $1.6 million in fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Maskless woman shopping with six children in Fairless Hills reportedly greets employees asking them to don face masks with hostility.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says $15 million in federal funding has been made available to small businesses struggling from the coronavirus outbreak.
Joyce Evans reports
Small businesses continue to struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two young entrepreneurs in Millville, New Jersey, are stepping up to help the community through their business.
On Tuesday night, owners announced on Facebook that their boardwalk locations will remain closed longer than previously announced.
"Out of the blue, here is Newsom dropping the bomb, we have to close immediately, and I'm very upset," said gym owner Adam Kovacs. "This is like the biggest nightmare for every business."
Like many stores in the age of COVID-19, Out There Outfitters in Wayne is stepping up the sanitizing and safeguards to get customers to spend again, especially after coronavirus scared some away.
The government handed out $521 billion through the paycheck protection program, a crucial piece of the government's $2 trillion rescue package.
Dot Levine surprised a man for his birthday with a singing telegram.
Nineteen craft breweries in the region have joined the nationwide "Black is Beautiful" beer initiative. It has grown from one brewer's call for social justice into an international movement. The idea took off, with more than 900 breweries in all 50 states and 17 countries now taking up the cause.
The COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance program, announced earlier this month, will provide $225 million in grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 to eligible businesses.
Deliveries and babysitting are some of the many jobs these teens are committed to tackling. The Collingswood Teen Job Network is officially open for business.
Restaurants who are able to move their businesses outdoors, for the time being, will still be required to enforce social distancing guidelines.
Small businesses are struggling to stay afloat even after moving into the yellow phase of the reopening plan.
A luxury lingerie shop in Center City joined a project benefiting frontline workers and helping small businesses during COVID-19.
Two months after the federal government rolled out the Paycheck Protection Program, small business owners that tapped the coronavirus aid can officially have their loans forgiven.
A Delaware County small business owner is speaking out. She says she is struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.