Will Sports Betting Change What It Means to Be a Fan in Philly?



It’s the middle of the third inning, and St. Louis Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol is about to make a stormy early-July Saturday afternoon a little […]



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St. Joseph's University to restrict City Avenue through November for utility construction



St. Joseph’s University is planning lane closures on northbound and southbound City Ave at the intersection with Cardinal Avenue, Mondays through Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for utility improvements. The closures will take place Sept. 29 through Nov. 10.



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The Creators: P&G, Starbucks alum eyes category domination for Kraft Heinz-backed Filipino food startup



Not yet two years old, the South Jersey brand counts the Kraft Heinz Co. as a backer and can be found in about 1,000 stores nationwide, including Whole Foods and Sprouts. It will launch in Target this October.



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AGNC Ventures Sees Investment Opportunities from Widening Agency MBS Spreads


Donald Holley says mREIT has robust hedging policy.



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Philly Today: Main Line Designer Claims Louis Vuitton Stole Her Fashions, Hate Cancels OutFest



Check phillymag.com each morning for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking reporters, please send it […]



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$7.1 million winning lottery ticket sold at ShopRite in South Jersey



A Pick 6 lottery ticket worth $7.1 million was sold at a ShopRite at Burlington County, with all six numbers matching Thursday’s Double Play drawing, New Jersey Lottery officials announced. The ticket was purchased at ShopRite of Hainesport at 1520 Route 38 East.



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Lab Notes: LucasPye Bio CEO calls for equity at White House summit; Aro secures key FDA designation



A Philadelphia biotechnology firm gets a key FDA designation, while another raised $6 million from a debt sale.



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PropTech Seeing Increased Investment, Faster Deployment Across Real Estate Industry


Fifth Wall’s Sarah Liu sees opportunities for increased collaboration with REITs.



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Philly Today: The Abbott Elementary Season Two Reviews Are In



Check phillymag.com each morning for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking reporters, please send it […]



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Gloucester County brewery files lawsuit seeking to overturn New Jersey's restrictions on craft brewers



Death of the Fox Brewing Co., a craft brewery in Gloucester County, has filed a lawsuit against New Jersey’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. It challenges regulations that limit the number of events craft breweries can hold each year. The suit, filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation, alleges the ABC did not follow proper procedures before enacting the new limits.



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