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For the second year in a row, O’Brien’s Moving & Storage has been named the Lehigh Valley Business Reader Rankings “Top Winner” for Best Moving Company! We are so proud and grateful to be recognized by members of our community as the best movers in the Lehigh Valley, PA. As a full-service Lehigh...

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Planning to move in or around Lancaster County? Then there’s a brand-new, family-friendly attraction you certainly won’t want to miss! The world’s first Cartoon Network hotel opened off the Lincoln Highway here in Lancaster, PA. Whether you’re looking for a post-move staycation for your family or a...

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Northern Lehigh and Carbon counties were once known as the proud pillars of Pennsylvania's bustling coal industry. However, for decades now, these industrial towns have been struggling to keep up with the times. Since mining coal isn’t the same as it once used to be, these towns have had to lean on...

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From being a county known for its coal mines, Boyertown boasts another attraction geared towards bringing a more of that old town coal mining charm to the area. Located at the borough’s downtown, the Colebrookdale Railroad is a great place to visit—and is an exciting, magical, and fun-filled destina...

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On the northern fringe of Philadelphia is a quaint township with a long past and a strong community spirit. Abington Township, PA was originally obtained by William Penn in the 1680s, and it was incorporated in 1704—making it one of the oldest communities in Montgomery County. It is also the home...

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Within the Philadelphia metropolitan area lies a planned community that helped to define the face of the suburban dream—Levittown, PA. Today, nearly 53,000 people live in this census-designated place, and there are 41 neighborhoods, also called “sections”, that make up the community. The history o...

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While Yardley, PA may only have a total area of just over one square mile, this small village on the shores of the Delaware River has played a big role in the history of the region and in the nation. The origins of what is now the borough of Yardley began in 1682, when an English Quaker minister nam...

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Like many cities in Pennsylvania, the borough of Ambler was born from land that was purchased from William Penn back in the early 18th century. Originally settled by William and George Harmer, the community eventually grew to become the Village of Wissahickon, named after the creek that ran through...

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The Pocono Mountains, which is often referred to as “The Poconos,” got its name from the Munsee word that means “Creek between Two Hills.” Today, this beautiful, scenic region is continuing to grow into one of the most popular travel destinations of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. With wooded hills,...

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In the last year, Bucks County drew 8 million visitors, which was a considerable increase from years past. It currently shows no signs of slowing down for this year and could be one of the biggest tourism and hospitality booms Bucks County has seen in recent years. The economic impact this has had o...

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