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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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Software development firm Education Management Solutions is building a 5,000-square-foot simulation center at its headquarters in Exton, Pa. The clinical training facility will mainly cater to educati...

 

More than two years and $55 million later, a redeveloped Dilworth Plaza in the heart of Center City is nearly complete and scheduled to officially open Sept. 4. The project was more than about creati...

 

The Philadelphia 76ers had two lottery draft picks in the 2014 NBA draft, but ended up with two players injured center Joel Embiid and Croatian forward Dario ari (who is contractually obligated to pl...

 

Keystone Property Group has master planned an estimated $200 million mixed-use project for Conshohocken, Pa., that aspires to connect disparate pockets of the borough and serve as a model for transit-...

 

UnitedHealthcare of Pennsylvania Inc. has a new leader. Sue Schick, whose has served as CEO of the Minnesota-based health insurers Pennsylvania operations for the past five years, has accepted a new ...

 

Just how honest are Philadelphians? Pretty honest, it seems, as a recent social experiment shows the City of Brotherly Love is 94 percent honest. Honest Tea, the Bethesda, Md.-based tea company recen...

 

A SEPTA bus caught fire on the Chestnut Street overpass below Front Street in Old City. No passengers were on the bus at the time it caught fire, and the driver escaped safely. The driver was transpo...

 

High Street on Market, the more-casual offshoot of restaurateur Ellen Yins Fork restaurant in Old City, has been named the No. 2 best new restaurant of 2014 in the United States by Bon Apptit magazine...

 

Geeks of all ages strutted their stuff on the red carpet in black-tie wear this past Saturday for the 2014 Philadelphia Geek Awards, hosted at the Academy of Natural Sciences. Winners, recognized for...

 
 

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