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The products recalled include 2.5-pound ice-packed, sealed packages of “Cookin’ Good Whole Young Chickens.”
All of the pharmacy chain’s 7,700 locations are now tobacco free.
Customers in Philadelphia can order as late as 12:15 p.m. , seven days a week, and get their items that day by 9 p.m.
The UPS Store in Wynnewood is teaming with Iron Mountain to offer secure document shredding.
The record-breaking effort ran from Feb. 23 through March 8.
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The business will get a facelift with the help of a Food Network star.
Lankenau Medical Center is one of only five Pennsylvania Hospitals to receive the designation.
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Main Line Health’s announcement that it will no longer hire smokers hit a nerve with some readers.
Starting May 1, those who use tobacco or nicotine products will no longer be eligible to work for the company. Current employees who smoke will have to pay more for health care going forward
The shipping company welcomed the safe drivers to its Circle of Honor.
GM has recalled 780,000 vehicles because of a defect that has caused 22 crashes and six fatalities.
Financial information of up to 70,000 customers was compromised during the hacking incident.
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Videos taken at a slaughterhouse belonging to the South Jersey-based business allegedly revealed inhumane treatment of its veal calves.