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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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Philadelphia will be playing host to a day completely devoted to a versatile protein that puts a new meaning to the slow food movement. The city will be hosting National Escargot Day, which means par...

 

A bill has been introduced to City Council that would make way for Philadelphia to buy International Plaza, a two-building office complex on 27 acres in Tinicum, Pa. It is assumed the property would ...

 

Nordstrom Rack plans to relocate a store that now sits across from the King of Prussia Mall to the King of Prussia Town Center, which is about a mile away and under construction. The new store will t...

 

The numbers are in from the third annual Philadelphia Phillies Charities Inc. Phantastic Auction and the final tally shows the event which features opportunities to eat, play golf and receive hitting...

 

Echo Therapeutics tumultuous four years in Philadelphia are over. The formerly Center City-based medical device company has moved its corporate headquarters from its 7,900-square-foot-office at 8 Pen...

 

A friend of Eli Kulp's has launched an online fundraiser to help the award-winning chef's family offset the costs of his medical care, saying she hopes the money will allow the family to focus on his ...

 

Alterra Property Group is in the preliminary stages of a proposal to construct a mixed-use development on a Society Hill property that now houses a Superfresh. The thought of losing the small superma...

 

Everyone in town is weighing in on the likely transition from Mayor Michael Nutter to his friend-turned-foe-turned-possibly-friend-again Jim Kenney, the former city councilman who secured the Democati...

 

A local food truck received a portion of a $50,000 grant this week, bringing it one step closer to its brick-and-mortar goal. Spot Gourmet Burgers, Steaks & Pork, or Spot, won $15,000 this week d...

 

Philadelphia 3.0, a political organization comprised largely of local business leaders trying to change the face of City Council, called its initial efforts in Tuesdays primary election a success. I ...

 
 

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