2 hrs ago
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Family business forum offers advice on keeping businesses, families together
Guest speaker Amanda Westphal Radcliffe, a second-generation family member and shareholder and board member of Vertex Inc. in Berwyn, Chester County, said it can be hard to keep work and family separate when you operate a family-owned business.
6 hrs ago
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Met-Ed employees team up with the Salvation Army Reading Citadel to play Santa
Helping load items Monday that were collected during the annual Angel Tree project that Met-Ed does with the Salvation Army Reading Citadel are, from left, Timothy P. Keltz, Major Colin DeVault and Zachary T. Nicholas.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Siblings To Join Professional Group On Hegins Stage [Republican & Herald (Pottsville, PA)]
A brother-sister duo from Hegins has garnered a rare chance to wow local audiences, while performing before professional entertainers from Branson, Mo.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
This Is Somerset
Taxing times for the country
Low taxes are a great incentive for business. Tax expert Chris Thorpe of Haines Watts, says he believes now it is time that the United Kingdom became a tax haven, like Ireland When Adam Smith wrote his Wealth of Nations in 1776, the concern that taxes could discourage business was a live issue.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
PennDOT preps begin ahead of wintry mix
A wintry mix is coming our way and PennDOT has been on the job and on the roads spreading the brine.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Quick, easy, yummy gluten-free chocolate chip cookies
The hustle and bustle of the holidays is upon us. What do you do when you forgot the company Christmas potluck was tomorrow, or guests unexpectedly drop by your home? You have to prepare a quick treat--and many gluten-free baked goods aren't always quick and convenient to make.
Elkins Park sisters treated at KoP by Make-a-Wish
From the same people who brought you Batkid in San Francisco, the Make-A-Wish Foundation provided quite a day of shopping and pampering for two young girls today in King of Prussia.
Maryland developer to buy 20 acres in KoP for big retail center
JBG Rosenfeld Retail is buying 20 acres next to the Wegman's in King of Prussia, Pa., and will construct a 200,000-square-foot life-style center.
The News Journal
Malfunction signal forces second shutdown of Hope Creek nuclear plant
A malfunction signal as the Hope Creek nuclear plant was returning to service from an unplanned shutdown on Sunday forced the Delaware River-side complex to shut down again early Thursday morning, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reported this morning.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Wellness-Focused Reality Show Is Looking for Ladies in Philly a
Heard about this through the ladies over at Be Well Philly and since this seemed like it just might be right up the alley of many of our PW readers, wanted to share.
The Citizens' Voice
Corbett nominees grilled on Marcellus oversight
Two of Gov. Tom Corbett's nominees to head state environmental agencies were grilled Wednesday about oversight of Marcellus Shale drilling as they cleared a hurdle in their Senate confirmation process.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
York residents share kitchen
Lori Rhinehart of Springettsbury Township slides a tray of cookies into a cooling rack Sunday while baking for the holidays at YorKitchen in Central Market with her friends.
Pozzuolo Rodden, PC. is Pleased That its Attorneys Will be Teaching...
Pozzuolo Rodden, PC. is Pleased That its Attorneys Will be Teaching Two Webcast CLE/CPE Seminars Being Held on 12/14/13 by Lawline, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania December 04, 2013 Joseph R. Pozzuolo , Jeffrey S. Pozzuolo and Judith P. Rodden , will be teaching two 1 hour seminars titled "Estate Planning For An Aging Graying Population" and, "The ... (more)
New Wellness-Focused Reality Show Is Casting in Philly
King of Prussia-based Banyan Productions, which has produced shows for TLC, HGTV, Discovery and more, is currently casting for a new wellness-focused reality show called "Natural Reboot."
Money Centers ordered to repay millions to tribe
A federal court in Minnesota has ordered a Montgomery County company that provides check-cashing and other financial services in American Indian casinos to repay $5.62 million plus 10 percent annual interest to a Minnesota tribe.
Man sues in kidnap deaths of mother, daughter
KING OF PRUSSIA A former Montgomery County man whose baby daughter and mother were killed in a King of Prussia apartment complex has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the criminal defendant, plus the owners of the complex and the security company.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Radnor Property Group renderings of 38Chestnut.
We have a lot of headlines this morning, so let's get to it. First of all, to clarify: 38Chestnut will indeed have a space but its name does not have a space.
Pole dancing can be a truly liberating experience for all concerned.
WHEN a scantily clad woman performs on a pole, you don't expect onlookers to get all emotional.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The true annoying glory of wearing Google Glass to the mall
YouTube comedian Ed Bassmaster decides to wear his Google Glass at the mall and get annoyed when people think he's talking to them, rather than his glasses.
KoP office building set to trade for $61M
KBS Realty Advisors is looking to get back into the Philadelphia office market and has reportedly put 1000 Continental Drive in King of Prussia, Pa., under agreement, according to people familiar with the matter.