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To walk or bike Bristol is to truly know it. But the small town feel of Pennsylvania's second-oldest town belies the big thinking going on at the Bridge Business Center. The Center is 300,000 square feet of office, lab, R&D, manufacturing and warehouse space for some of the region's most cutting-edge companies in life sciences, advanced manufacturing and alternative energy and lies in a Keystone Innovation and Enterprise Zone. The multicultural festivals that fill the summer nights down at Waterfront Park are indicative of the borough's ethnic diversity, and the Historic Mill Street Shopping District represents the borough's preservation and entrepreneurial efforts.
FLYING PHOTO: Roller Derby Invades 'Burbs
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The Philly Roller Girls hosted the East Coast Derby Extravaganza over the weekend at the Sportsplex in Feasterville, and we got up close to the action in this slideshow.
Higher Education is Apparently Recession-Proof Here
Keystone Edge staff
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Earlier this week, Select Greater Philadelphia released its 2010 Higher Education Impact report, an updated version of its 2007 study, and the findings were largely encouraging
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Something new for Bucks County kids to do with opening of new museum in New Hope
Instead of having to travel into Philadelphia or to some place even further, young children in Bucks County now have an interactive, hands-on museum in their backyard. In fact, the Bucks County Children's Museum opened this week at the site of ...
SEPTA receives $6.4M in federal grants to develop transit asset management system
Amtrak stops at 30th Street Station to announce high-speed rail plan
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Innovation & Job News
State dollars double Career Wardrobe's budget, making way for a five-county expansion
When the barrier to job interviews -- and the chance to avoid reliance on a range of government programs -- can be as simple as a new suit, Career Wardrobe can help. Now the program is expanding.
Two newcomers among six startups to rake in more than $1M in Ben Franklin Technology funds
NJ farm-to-table distributor Zone 7 doubles sales, hiring
Green data center at former Bucks County steel mill could create up to 1,100 jobs
Sustainability-minded singles get their own dating site courtesty of Doylestown healthy living pub
Interactive mapping platform launched to connect Philadelphians to their local communities
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In The News
Bucks County site is where pianos go to die
A trash-transfer station in Southampton, 20 miles north of Philadelphia, are a regular stop for piano movers looking to dismantle played-out pianos, reports The New York Times.
Source: The New York Times
Biotech 2010 focuses on industry's new opportunities
Source: Keystone Edge
Newtown philanthropist's Hire Just One initiative rolling along
Source: The Washington Post
Jassi Chadha enriches entrepreneurial ecosystem with TiE-NJ/Philadelphia
Flying Kite among new online operations tackling local news
Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer
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