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The Delaware Valley is the name of the metropolitan area centered on the city of Philadelphia in the United States. The region is named for the Delaware River which flows through it. The Office of Management and Budget officially defines the region as the Philadelphia–Camden–Wilmington metropolitan area.

The Delaware Valley is composed of several counties in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, and contains a population of 5.8 million (as of the 2006 Census Bureau estimate). Philadelphia, being the region's major commercial, cultural, and industrial center, maintains a rather large sphere of influence that affects those counties that immediately surround it. The majority of the region's populace reside in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The Philadelphia–Camden–Wilmington is the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the United States[1] and is located in the southern end of the BosWash megalopolis, the name given for a group of metropolitan areas in the northeastern United States, extending from Boston to Washington, D.C.

 

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The Philadelphia 76ers, which are planning to move their practice facility and team offices to Camden next year, made another South Jersey connection Monday by forming a multiyear partnership with Vir...

 

Prime Healthcare Services Inc., a California-based for-profit health system, entered into a deal Monday to buy Mercy Suburban Hospital from the Mercy Health System. The deal includes the related phys...

 

(This is the first in a series of stories on the reactions of Atlantic City employees on the city's current state, accompanying the Feb. 27 print cover story, Gambling on Survival.) Don Guardian is f...

 

Hotel rooms are selling out fast in Bucks County, where nearly 90 percent of the rooms are already booked for the weekend of Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia. Rooms as far away as Quakertown have ...

 

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia opened its third urgent care center Monday. The new facility is located at its pediatric specialty care center in Chalfont, Pa. CHOP also has urgent care facil...

 

Patrick T. Harker, the current president of University of Delaware and the former dean of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has been selected as the new president and CEO of the Fe...

 

A new bar will be opening this week in the subterranean depths of Midtown Village in Center City. (Check out the accompanying photo gallery.) U-Bahn will open on Thursday at 1320 Chestnut St. underne...

 

Endo International entered into a definitive agreement Monday to sell its American Medical Systems' men's and prostate health businesses to Boston Scientific in a deal valued at up to $1.65 billion. ...

 

Santander Holdings USA, the Boston-based U.S. parent to Santander Bank, said Monday that it has named a former J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. executive as its new CEO. Scott Powell will replace Romn Bla...

 

Here's what's happening this morning: 1. SRC shocker: Gov. Tom Wolf was not happy with Bill Green after he approved five charter schools. He's been replaced as chair of the School Reform Commission. ...

 
 

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