Tony Luke’s Owners Indicted For Tax Evasion | Philadelphia, PA Patch

Tony Luke’s Owners Indicted For Tax Evasion – Philadelphia, PA – Anthony Lucidonio Sr., 82, and his son, Nicholas Lucidonio, 54, hid more than $8 million in cash from the IRS, federal authorities said.— Read on patch.com/pennsylvania/philadelphia/tony-lukes-owners-indicted-tax-evasion

Founder and Son of Famed Tony Luke’s Restaurant Dodged Taxes for a Decade, Feds Allege – Breaking911

Founder and Son of Famed Tony Luke’s Restaurant Dodged Taxes for a Decade, Feds Allege – Breaking911— Read on breaking911.com/founder-and-son-of-famed-tony-lukes-restaurant-dodged-taxes-for-a-decade-feds-allege/

Ruth’s Chris Steak House closes in King of Prussia – Philadelphia Business Journal

The location had been open for nearly 20 years.— Read on http://www.bizjournals.com/

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Imposes Restrictions On Restaurants, Bars, Gatherings Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases – CBS Philly

Pennsylvania officials are expected to give updated information regarding the state’s COVID-19 response on Wednesday afternoon.— Read on philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2020/07/15/pennsylvania-coronavirus-restrictions-restaurants-gatherings-bars/

Gov. Sisolak extends Phase 2 reopening through July

Today, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that Nevada will remain in Phase 2 of the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan, consistent with public remarks made late last week. — Read on http://www.ktnv.com/news/coronavirus/gov-sisolak-extends-phase-2-reopening-through-july

Gov. Wolf Signs Bill Allowing Pennsylvania Bars, Restaurants To Sell Cocktails-To-Go Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend – CBS Philly

Gov. Wolf Signs Bill Allowing Pennsylvania Bars, Restaurants To Sell Cocktails-To-Go Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend – CBS Philly— Read on philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2020/05/21/gov-wolf-signs-bill-allowing-pennsylvania-bars-restaurants-to-sell-cocktails-to-go-ahead-of-memorial-day-weekend/amp/

Panera Bread sued after firing woman with Down syndrome – The Morning Call

A New Jersey woman with Down syndrome is suing Panera Bread, saying she was fired because of her disability after several years of employment. — Read on http://www.mcall.com/news/pennsylvania/mc-nws-pa-panera-lawsuit-20191224-oazpcauaxrbtdcbg7cqh3zhrgm-story.html