In this series, we're chatting with Pennsylvania's mayors. These engaged public servants have a lot to say about moving the state forward. This mayor is working hard to balance the needs of her city's thriving downtown with the struggles of its low-income neighborhoods.
This Centre County town has a growing stable of small businesses and a wealth of historic downtown properties ready for a refresh. Thanks to hard work by a passionate group of stakeholders, the comeback is just getting started.
Penn State researchers are preparing robots for the dynamic, open-air challenges of the construction site. The goal is to improve safety and solve a labor shortage, but first they need to make it easier for workers and robots to communicate.
From Easton to Altoona, our top five stories of 2019 were all about local, local, local. People wanted to read about cities and towns evolving, thinking big, and using existing assets to build a brighter future. Look forward to more of the same from Keystone Edge in 2020!
Kids walking to the 3rd and Spruce Rec Center have a fresh view. A coalition led by the Reading Recreation Commission and the Wyomissing Foundation have invested time, money, and labor into a transformative facade project, offering a boon to homeowners and the neighborhood.
More commercial density is on the way for this charming town outside of Harrisburg. Neighbors & Smith is a boon for residents and the thriving small-business community, which has long been working towards more density and walkability.
This mother of all makerspaces just keeps growing, and now they're set to expand again, moving into a massive space in the city's Kensington neighborhood. The membership organization provides tools, guidance and inspiration to a thriving community of crafters and hardware entrepreneurs.