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Revitalize South Street with a parking ban | Opinion

Eliminating parking on South Street and replacing those empty vehicles with more access for bikes would help create an economically viable corridor.

Leak at newly-expanded Delaware River chemical plant jams highways

"Suppliers didn't want to run the risk" of sending volatile ethylene oxide by rail more than 1,000 miles north, so the company is making its own.

Philadelphia launches push to get hospitals and universities to buy local

The initial aim is to localize $500 million in contract opportunities at 13 city hospitals and universities and create as many as 5,000 living-wage, middle-skill jobs.

Here are some of the biggest challenges facing Philly's small businesses

Inadequate loading zones, online shopping habits and lack of skilled labor were among the grievances aired on Small Business Saturday.

Free parking! Philadelphia Parking Authority gets into the holiday spirit.

Street parking will be free citywide on Saturdays after 11 a.m. Drivers can also pay an $8 flat-rate at six garages.

N.J. lawmakers to vote on legalizing weed, adding cannabis 'microbusinesses' and academic research

New Jersey legislators will hold hearings Monday to debate a package of bills that would legalize recreational marijuana in the Garden State; expand the existing medical marijuana program; and

Philly transit has great bones but could offer better service, one expert says

Philly's system could excel with more frequency, a transportation expert from Houston says.

Laid-off Toys R Us workers' $20M win is just one example of burgeoning retail labor movement

Days before the biggest shopping day of the year, two private equity firms created a Toys R Us "financial assistance fund" in response to workers' demands. Here are other ways retail workers are

Black Friday deals more to shoppers than just discounts

With promotions starting earlier each year, one analyst says he's been asked: "Is Black Friday relevant

Greyhounds arrive in Philly from the 'worst racetrack in the world'

The National Greyhound Adoption Program in Philadelphia has pledged to take 100 dogs from a racetrack in China that reportedly euthanized 30 greyhounds per month.

Philly region's housing market in 2019: The slowdown will continue, experts say

After years of a red-hot market for sellers - especially in Philadelphia - economists predict it will start becoming easier for buyers to find and afford homes.

Without Toys R Us this Black Friday, Walmart, Amazon, and Target battle to sell you toys

"You're going to see a lot more toys in a lot more places." Retailers are competing to fill the estimated $1.3 billion void - about 5 percent of the toy market - left by the disappearance of the toy

Philadelphians brave bitter cold to watch Thanksgiving Day parade

The parade featured Gritty, Miss America, Mickey Mouse, and, of course, Santa Claus.

Cordish acquires 100% control of Philly stadium casino project

The Maryland operator is buying out the shares of a Parx Casino affiliate to take sole control of the star-crossed South Philly stadium casino.

N.J. lawmakers unveil legislation legalizing marijuana

New Jersey lawmakers have unveiled their latest proposal to legalize recreational marijuana for people 21 and over.

St. Francis nursing home fine slashed to $100K from $675K

The nursing home will allowed to use $45,000 of the record fine for improvements to its facility.