New coronavirus grants for small Pa. businesses aim for inclusivity, but can’t track success
Applications open next month for $145 million in state grants for small hospitality businesses, with a significant change by lawmakers intended to make the money is more accessible to people of color.

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A Lansdale gymnastics mat maker is on the ropes, and so is U.S. manufacturing | Maria Panaritis
Mancino Manufacturing is a family-owned business battered by the pandemic. Their story is not unlike the global chip shortage that has U.S. leaders concerned about U.S. strength.

Pa. Republicans had a marathon meeting about censuring Toomey but left without resolution
Some county Republican parties censured Toomey for voting to convict Donald Trump in his impeachment trial, but others in the GOP argue the move is too divisive.

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The best things to do this weekend: Chill Moody, Kennett Square beer festival, Liz Phair, cocktail class, goat walk, and more.

The best in-person and virtual events in the Philadelphia area happening this week.

A Delco man stormed the Capitol, feds say, telling his ex only ‘a moron’ would doubt the election was stolen. She turned him in.

Richard Michetti, of Ridley Park, and Raechel Genco, of Levittown, are the latest Philadelphia-area residents charged in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Claude Giroux sparks Flyers’ 4-3 win over Rangers after he returns from COVID-19 absence

Playing his first game after a 14-day quarantine because he contracted the coronavirus, Giroux had three assists for the 23rd time in his career.

Opinion

Don’t @ me: These new dictionary entries show how our language changed last year | The Angry Grammarian

From 'folx' to 'second gentleman,' the evolution of the English language is constant.

For the first time, legal weed gets Republican senate support in Pa.

It marks the first time any Pa. Republican senator has endorsed a plan to end the prohibition on cannabis.

Peco parent Exelon plans to separate into two firms: ‘Our customers expect us to continuously innovate’

The Chicago company plans to spin off its power-generation business from the company’s six utilities, including Peco, Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power.

Union’s Ray Gaddis sees progress in MLS front office diversity efforts, but knows a lot more is needed

"There are people who are more than qualified to do the job but not getting the opportunities," Gaddis said on an Inquirer LIVE roundtable about sports and social justice.
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