RetireNetCare.com

RetireNetCare.com featuring retirement communities and retirement homes in planned active developments. Worldwide resource for active retirement senior communities, and assisted living facilities. RetireNetCare.com is the most comprehensive resource of retirement communities throughout the world featuring assisted living facilities, planned retirement communities and various retirement properties worldwide. See also: senior housing, retirement communities, retirement living, elder care network.

The world's largest and most complete directory of retirement communities.

 

Find Your Ideal Retirement Community

Pennsylvania: Senior Housing Communities

 

View Community Listings

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.

 

Of Interest

Latest news for Philadelphia Pennsylvania from Philadelphia Business Journal

The days of sprinting to your parked car in a last-ditch effort to beat the meter may soon be over in Philadelphia. By the end of the summer, drivers in the city will be able to pay for their spaces ...

 

A week after thousands of people gathered in South Philadelphia to dine on street food from dozens of vendors, the organization behind the fest wants to know how it can make Night Market even better. ...

 

Michaela Majoun, host of the WXPN (88.5 FM) morning show for over 25 years, has decided to leave the station to resume her career in writing. Majoun told WXPNs website that said she is working on a f...

 

Philadelphia is ready for cocktail service on hotel rooftops, a trend that is starting to emerge after years of citywide development. Rooftop bars have been popping up on hotels around the country ex...

 

A Bucks County medical device company, whose backers include television and radio personality Montel Williams, raised $1.8 million in a private stock placement. Helius Medical Technologies plans to u...

 

Reed Smith said it has opened a second German office with seven lawyers joining from other big U.S. firms. The new location in Frankfurt, one of Europes key financial centers, joins the firms Munich o...

 

One winner ran with Forrest Gump, another levitated a table. Each of the Philadelphia Business Journal's 40 Under 40 honorees got creative for the talent show portion of the program Tuesday night at ...

 

Six of the worlds biggest financial institutions were hit with a combined $5.8 billion in fines Wednesday tied to a currency-rigging probe. Citicorp, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Barclays and Royal Bank...

 

A newly approved tax break in Wildwood aims to catalyze property owners to invest in redeveloping their homes and encourage others to construct new projects. The incentives, recently approved by the ...

 

As investigators try to determine if the engineer in last weeks deadly Amtrak derailment was using his cell phone while at the controls, another passenger has filed a lawsuit seeking damages for injur...

 
 

Top Local News for Eastern Pennsylvania from TheMorningCall.com

A former machine gun sergeant in Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army will speak Thursday at the Lehigh Valley Veterans History Project meeting in Allentown.

 

After being at the helm of Penn State University's athletic department for less than a year, Sandy Barbour says, "every week, every day, every month" she learns more about what she sees as t...

 

TOMS RIVER, N.J. In the months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore, Gov. Chris Christie warned residents the damage would not be quickly undone.

 

Survival is change.

 

The state Department of Health will conduct a study to determine if IESI Bethlehem Landfill is affecting the health of nearby residents.

 

Things move fast nowadays, which is something I heartily oppose. Life should be slow, at least as slow as the erosion of a granite mountain, so we all have more time to make right what we have done wr...

 

A Delaware County rental company will make its first entry into the Lehigh Valley real estate market with the purchase of Allentown's Regency Towers.

 

For the third-consecutive year, Houston resident Victor Martinez is making the roughly 30-hour drive to see his son in Seattle over Memorial Day weekend.

 

NEW YORK Lumber Liquidators CEO Robert Lynch has abruptly quit the company that is embroiled in an investigation over products imported from China.

 

The Allentown Chamber will recognize business leaders with awards and three high school students with scholarships Wednesday evening during its annual dinner and awards ceremony at Renaissance Allento...

 
 

Top Headlines for Eastern Pennsylvania from TheMorningCall.com

A former machine gun sergeant in Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army will speak Thursday at the Lehigh Valley Veterans History Project meeting in Allentown.

 

Republican Sen. Pat Toomey is urging the White House to reconsider new restrictions on what military equipment can be accessed by local law enforcement agencies, saying the limits announced Monday go...

 

TOMS RIVER, N.J. In the months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore, Gov. Chris Christie warned residents the damage would not be quickly undone.

 

Survival is change.

 

The state Department of Health will conduct a study to determine if IESI Bethlehem Landfill is affecting the health of nearby residents.

 

Things move fast nowadays, which is something I heartily oppose. Life should be slow, at least as slow as the erosion of a granite mountain, so we all have more time to make right what we have done wr...

 

Danielle Barnes and Alexa Panuccio are summertime teammates on a 14-and-under softball team called the Lehigh Valley Legends.

 

When Emmaus was 3-4 earlier in the season, not many observers anticipated that the Green Hornets would get the chance to defend their back-to-back District 11 boys lacrosse titles, especially with str...

 

A Delaware County rental company will make its first entry into the Lehigh Valley real estate market with the purchase of Allentown's Regency Towers.

 

For the third-consecutive year, Houston resident Victor Martinez is making the roughly 30-hour drive to see his son in Seattle over Memorial Day weekend.

 
 

See more articles