The "Keep the Cheer Here" initiative hopes to get more people to shop in Delaware County this holiday season.
New measures are being put in place in Pennsylvania and Delaware to slow the spread of coronavirus, but not all towns and counties are following Philadelphia’s lead.
Boot & Saddle, popular South Philadelphia live music venue, closing due to coronavirus financial hardship.
The governor says he is not looking at a widespread lockdown but restaurants and bars might have shorter hours due to a surge in new coronavirus cases in the state.
A landscaping company in Philadelphia's Northeast is thrust into the national spotlight after an apparent mix-up by the Trump campaign to hold a press conference.
City Tavern, a colonial-themed restaurant on the site of a 1773 tavern in Philadelphia's Old City has closed due to decreased business stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Pennsylvania plans to offer $20 million in relief to the state’s beleaguered hospitality industry, the governor announced Thursday, an amount trade groups called woefully inadequate for helping bars and restaurants survive the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on small businesses along the 100 block of Lancaster Avenue in Wayne.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that he’s scheduling a procedural vote on a GOP COVID-19 relief bill for next week.
Moorestown High School is giving students the opportunity to learn job skills to help them thrive in their community.
A local photographer, with a love of Halloween – the movie and the holiday – captured unusual and fun photos as a way of expressing her love for the spooky time of year.
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Two women create Anxiety Marketplace, an online consignment shop that allows users to buy and sell clothing and accessories and can then donate to worthy causes.
The holiday weekend may be over, but that doesn’t mean people are leaving the Jersey shore. In fact, a lot of people are extending their stays, in some cases, permanently.
It’s been a Labor Day for the ages, because 2020 has not been easy. As the crowd soaks in the last days of the season, businesses are trying to make their last summer buck.
A longtime Delaware County flower shop is closing its doors after nearly five decades.
Traveling can be tough, especially with a lot of family tucked into an RV. But, 8,500 miles and 23 states only made this family grow stronger. They wanted to be able to live their lives and not have the coronavirus impede their journey.
Jenn stops by Crossing Vineyards in Bucks County.
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.