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Pennsylvania is a state located in the Middle Atlantic region of the United States of America.

One of Pennsylvania's nicknames is the Quaker State; in colonial times, it was known officially as the Quaker Province, in recognition of Quaker William Penn's First Frame of Government constitution for Pennsylvania that guaranteed liberty of conscience. Penn knew of the hostility Quakers faced when they opposed rituals, oaths, violence, and ostentatious frippery.

Pennsylvania has also been known as the Keystone State since 1802, based in part upon its central location among the original Thirteen Colonies forming the United States. It was also a keystone state economically, having both the industry common to the North, making such wares as Conestoga wagons and rifles, and the agriculture common to the South, producing feed, fiber, food, and tobacco.

Pennsylvania has 51 miles (82 km) of coastline along Lake Erie and 57 miles (92 km) of shoreline along the Delaware Estuary. Philadelphia is Pennsylvania's largest city and is home to a major seaport and shipyards on the Delaware River.

 

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Latest news for Philadelphia Pennsylvania from Philadelphia Business Journal

In a recent forum on strategic thinking at Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation, executives lamented that today's organizations don't have enough leaders who do well in times of change and ambiguity. One ...

 

The operators behind the proposed Provence Resort & Casino have filed documents to appeal the decision to award Philadelphia's final casino license. Tower Entertainment is appealing the Pennsylva...

 

Here's what's happening today: 1. Lyft(a ride-sharing company) has been approved in Pennsylvania, but not Philadelphia. If it sounds familiar, UberX is facing a similar fate. 2. Philadelphia Union s...

 

Believing he is inheriting a debt of $2 billion, incoming Governor Tom Wolf presented a frank but hopeful financial picture of the commonwealth. In a game of political fingerpointing, Wolf blames the...

 

The Philadelphia Phillies aren't going to be the only local sports team heading to Clearwater, Fla., this winter for preseason training. The Philadelphia Union reached a multi-year deal with the city...

 

New Jersey consumers are claiming that the bread and bakery products from three supermarkets are not fresh-baked from scratch in the store. In a case filed recently with state court, a class of consum...

 

As the year comes to a close, these five Philadelphia technology startups can look back on 2014 with pride. They all successfully raised Series B financing rounds, a massive accomplishment for a growi...

 

Verizon Communications and AT&T appear to have determined that their path to wireless service customer growth is through essentially giving away tablets, according to a report by Bloomberg. This m...

 
 

Top Local News for Eastern Pennsylvania from TheMorningCall.com

More than 4 million vehicles are expected to use the Pennsylvania Turnpike between Christmas Eve and New Year's Day, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission reported.

 

Louis Freeh's law firm took its case to a higher court.

 

WASHINGTON In the spring of 2004, state Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff and a delegation of Pennsylvania business officials headed to Cuba, aiming to make some connections.

 

Lynn Township and its neighbors have less than two months to decide whether to save Northwestern Ambulance Corps or allow it to shut it doors after 43 years of service.

 

Steve Ragosta took a puff and declared: "Cuban cigars are overrated.

 

A developer with plans to build a nine-story building in a historic south Bethlehem neighborhood has asked a judge to allow him to intervene in a lawsuit challenging City Council's approval of his pro...

 

An online entrepreneur who said he has been impressed by Easton's growth over the past few years has bought Larry Holmes' downtown building and will open an online business incubator there.

 

Hospitals run by the Lehigh Valley's biggest health care providers have been penalized by the federal government because patients developed preventable complications while being treated at their facil...

 

HARRISBURG Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach sentenced to decades in prison for sexually molesting boys, has lost his first appeal of a decision to strip him of his $4,90...

 

Santa visited Terri Wehr early. On Wednesday night, the Schnecksville woman found out an anonymous donor paid off the balance of her $300 worth of Christmas gifts for her 7-year-old son at the Toys R ...

 
 

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In a lot of ways, Maya Mensch is a typical 2-year-old girl.

 

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Q: My oldest son is 12 and wants to earn extra money by going to neighboring houses and asking if they would like him to shovel their driveways. Do you think that he is old enough, and is it safe?

 

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For Rob Zepp, Christmas came today with a phone call from Lehigh Valley Phantoms coach Terry Murray.

 

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms went bear hunting on Friday night, and the Hershey Bears felt the double barrel burst of Anthony Stolarz and Jason Akeson.

 

Palisades girls basketball coach Dean Reiman recognizes the athleticism his team possesses and he's hoping to use it to the Pirates' advantage.

 
 

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