The September 11th National Memorial Trail, which runs through 23 Pennsylvania counties, is close to earning National Historic Landmark designation. That honor will help increase opportunities for education, recreation, and commemoration along the route.
Where once they made steel, the forces behind this massive mixed-use project hope to foster innovation and collaboration, building out public spaces, bike lanes, transit, apartments, cutting-edge offices, retail, and waterfront recreation trails. In this episode, we've got an update on Hazelwood Green.
This city's iconic Inclined Plane has long provided a lifeline to residents, and now the entire hillside will be transformed via infrastructure improvements, bike and hiking trails, and an enticing new riverfront park.
A Conshohocken event production company is pivoting, launching an off-shoot dedicated to manufacturing (in PA!) mobile testing trucks. These versatile vehicles will hopefully have a life long after the pandemic, providing vaccines and other targeted relief to communities in crisis.
When Amtrak announced its plans to shelve the train station's beloved departures board, the public revolted. Now a homegrown company is hoping to build something that will please everyone, from tech-minded executives to nostalgic Philadelphians.
Created to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the National Road, this collection illuminates the wild and winding story of southwestern Pennsylvania through roadside recipes, specialty cocktails and a trip through U.S. history.
Steve McKnight is part of a new generation of young professionals bringing fresh energy to the world of economic and community development. In this first installment of a new series, we follow him as he bikes around Blair County, forging connections and spreading the word about the region he loves.