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Unemployment rate in Pennsylvania stable in February, as payrolls and labor force grow

In a survey of households, the labor force grew by an estimated 35,000 in February, to back above 6.3 million.

By The Associated Press

As thousands of unemployment claims expire, Pennsylvanians refile, wait on federal benefits

Tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians like McCreary have or will reach the end of their state unemployment benefits this month and next.

By Rebecca Moss/Spotlight PA

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President Biden highlights Black-owned businesses during first official trip to Philly area as president

The entrepreneurial spirit is a big deal in Chester, a formerly industrial city of 34,000 that has been facing declining population and loss of local businesses for decades.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

A business owner’s guide to Pa.’s next wave of COVID-19 relief grants

The aid is targeted at businesses with fewer than 300 employees that have lost at least 25% of their sales as a result of the pandemic.

By Charlotte Keith/Spotlight PA

Pa.-based Sheetz to build West Virginia distribution depot, bring 30 jobs

Gov. Jim Justice announced Monday that Sheetz will build the facility in Kearneysville. It will support Sheetz distribution centers in North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

By The Associated Press

Updated: February 5, 2021 | 5:20 pm

Governor Tom Wolf signs $912M pandemic relief bill

Most of the money being allocated in the bill is federal aid approved by Congress in December.

By The Associated Press
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