The iconic market is launching a set of 21st century innovations, driven by competition from a new wave of grocers.
The suit threatens their children's health and could subject caregivers to eventual arrest and criminal charges, the parents said.
BrightStar, based in Scranton, had demanded that the state revoke a permit awarded to a rival whose parent company was under criminal investigation.
"Releasing this information puts these state employees at personal risk for harassment or worse," the Pa. Department of Health said.
One of the largest distributors of pharmaceuticals in the United States, AmerisourceBergen Corp., will pay $260 million in penalties after pleading guilty in a subsidiary's scheme that put the health of thousands of cancer patients at risk.
ArcelorMittal will lay off 150 workers from its Montgomery County rolling mill, the company announced Tuesday.
Duane Morris LLP, one of the city's Top 5 law firms, is getting new leadership.
GoPuff, the online service that delivers convenience store items from munchies to birth control in under 30 minutes, announced Wednesday it had signed a partnership with Rosa Foods.
A Berks County town demanded a "host benefit fee." In Upper Darby, a planned dispensary was sent packing when zoning for its site was retroactively changed and a variance denied.
Political and community organizers forced its owners to pull up stakes.
A plan to restrict or eliminate the number of seasonal work visas issued to foreign students will "drastically and negatively impact" the Garden State's $44.1 billion tourism industry.
The culmination of a four-year project, the new bridge arcs 3.1 miles over the Hudson River just north of New York City. Lancaster-based High Steel provided most of the steel.
Diners can now check the latest Montgomery County health inspection reports on Philly.com for eateries from Bala Cynwyd to Pottstown, from Warminster and Harleysville.
Thirteen people died every day of a drug overdose in Pennsylvania last year, sending the state's 2016 death toll to a record high.
Appalling as the Philadelphia numbers were - 907 deaths in the city alone - it's how fast the deaths are increasing in western Pennsylvania that also has the experts worried.
30 restaurants and eateries were closed temporarily by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health for "unacceptable" conditions or "imminent health hazards."
Sam Wood is a health and science writer.