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Conshohocken and Collegeville are among the top ten places to live in Pennsylvania for 2020, according to a new list recently published by HomeSnack. Conshohocken and Collegeville are among the ten best places to live in Pennsylvania, writes Chris Kolmar for the HomeSnacks. To compile the ranking, HomeSnacks looked at...
Philadelphia ranked in the top five among the worst traffic cities in the U.S., according to the Global Traffic Scorecard recently published by INRIX, a Washington State transportation data and analytics firm. Michael Bartiromo and Jessica Yakubovsky cited the findings for PHL17.
Conshohocken-based AmerisourceBergen, Pennsylvania’s largest corporation, is rebranding. The publicly traded drug-shipping company will now be going by the name Cencora, reported Michael Tanenbaum for PhillyVoice.
One of the rare black- and women-owned wineries in Pennsylvania (and the U.S., for that matter) is Cyrenity Sips in Hatboro. Michael Klein uncorked its distinct story for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
While many educators are still trying to decide if they should ban ChatGPT or build on it, Ethan Mollick, a professor at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, has already found a way to use it as a teaching tool, writes Douglas Belkin for The Wall Street Journal.
There’s another player in the convenience store wars coming to the Phila. region: Rutter’s. York-based convenience store and gas station chain Rutter’s is expanding with 50 new stores over the next five years, and some are coming into Wawa territory, writes Michael Tanenbaum for Philly Voice.
North Penn School District Uses App to Assure Parents Their Kid’s School Bus Commutes Are Safe and Uneventful
North Penn School District is using an app called Here Comes the Bus to assure parents of their kids daily safe commute to/from school. Jaccii Farris onboarded the story for WFMZ 69 News.
Horsham Township recognized the retirement of landscape architect James Farber, who, after 44 years, is mothballing his mowers and shelving his shears. Dino Ciliberti, in the Hatboro-Horsham Patch, reported his honorific. The township hired Farber’s firm, McCloskey & Farber, in 1978 to provide it with landscape services. The township...
A real estate company plentiful in Montgomery County developments is on to its next project. This time, BET Investments Inc. will be revisiting its office building portfolio. It recently purchased a structure and parking lot adjacent to a SEPTA station in Ambler, writes Paul Schwedelson for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Montgomery County Community College invites applications for the Enrollment. This position has college-wide responsibilities and requires travel between all campuses. and off-site locations. The primary office location is the Blue Bell campus.
Horsham’s Sara Lee bread is taking an innovative approach to a household staple. It has reinvented white bread to include a generous dose of vegetables; bread baked with this new recipe will soon be hitting store shelves, reported Perishable News.
A formal White Coat Ceremony, as a rite of passage marking the end of coursework and the beginning of hands-on clinical work with patients, will be held on Friday, Jan. 27, 2-4 PM, for WCU speech-language pathology graduate students in West Chester University’s new Sciences & Engineering Center and The Commons, Room 108, located on campus at 155 University Avenue in West Chester. During the ceremony, white coats will be placed upon the shoulders of each graduate student by the faculty who have helped guide them to this next critical phase of professional development.
Renting a median-priced three-bedroom house in the Philadelphia region is more affordable than buying one, even though rents have increased faster than home prices, writes Michaelle Bond for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
After undertaking extensive renovations, the current owners of the former home of Eleuthera Bradford du Pont, the chemical fortune heiress, have listed the property for $2.95 million, writes Lisa Dukart for the Philadelphia Business Journal. This splendid residence that has often been the site of lavish parties, orchestra concerts, and...
An accused Nazi war criminal from Lansdowne, Jonas Stelmokas, once appeared with Jim Gardner in 1991 on a segment of Action News, without anyone knowing his war background. His appearance is a reminder that even the most astute of us can be fooled, writes David Lee Preston for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The 2022 IKEA Annual Summary contains modest good financial news for the Conshohocken firm. But it also presents a rosier picture of company efforts to support employees and be environmentally friendly.
More and more communities are recognizing the importance of accessible, inclusive play for children of all abilities, including one community in Montgomery Township that brought in General Recreation experts to help them plan a vibrant, inclusive playground.
Local Democrats — 22 of them — have submitted their names and résumés in seeking to become the newest member of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners. Rachel Ravina reported on all the hats in the ring for The Pottstown Mercury.
Holy Family University will host a 2023 Philadelphia Mayoral Candidates Debate, sponsored by the Northeast Times and the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee.
The 2023 North Montco Car Show is Apr 22; entrants and sponsors can still register to participate. The North Montco Education Foundation will host its second annual car show on Apr. 22 at the North Montco Technical Career Center (NMTCC) in Lansdale. The NMTCC is a technical career center that...