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Bucks County farmer wins supervisor seat, will serve with those who tried to upend his business

Caleb Torrice, owner of Tabora Farm & Orchard in Hilltown Township, says he's "going to make sure no other business has to go through" what he did.

Keystone Property Group sells offices to N.J. real estate firm for $34M

Conshohocken-based Keystone Property Group sold the Blue Bell offices Sentry Park 4 & 5 to Jersey City-based Hudson Equities for $34 million on Oct. 25.

Vanguard expands presence in Philly suburb, opens new building called Neptune

Mutual fund giant Vanguard opened a four-story, 225,000-square-foot office campus in Malvern. About 1,350 employees will begin to move in Monday.

King of Prussia investor buys 80 apartment complexes from N.Y. company charged with mortgage fraud

Morgan Properties closed a deal last week to buy 80 apartment complexes from Morgan Communities, whose founder, Robert C. Morgan, has been indicted on federal mortgage fraud charges.

YMCA pushes harder to turn away from ‘swim and gym’ in a competitive fitness industry

The YMCA is instead focused on another vision: Becoming America’s “charity of choice.”

Trio tried to sell drugs to school kids in Kensington, Pennsylvania AG says

Three people have been charged with felony drug crimes for attempting to sell heroin, meth and marijuana to children in Kensington.

N.J. man gets 10 years for DWI that killed his 9-year-old daughter

Marcelo Rizzo, 38, of Elizabeth, N.J., was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for driving drunk last November and crashing his car after he weaved in and out of traffic. His 9-year-old daughter was thrown from the car and killed.

This Bucks County ground was so polluted it had to be burned. Now it holds a factory.

Years after the manufacturer U.S. Gauge contaminated a large swath of land in Sellersville with trichloroethylene, Bucks County officials cleaned up the tainted soil. Then the Jones family, which has long been in the business of heat-treating metal, bought the property and built a factory on it.

Ruthlessly competitive fuel market creates closed-station blight — and opportunity for reuse

As Wawa reigns in the Philadelphia suburbs and communities are changing, smaller, local gas stations are floundering. Some have closed, leaving skeletons of defunct gas pumps, oil stains on the cement, and a question for sellers and prospective buyers: Does this property even have a future?

14-story office tower coming to downtown Conshohocken

Builders are developing a 14-story, 260,000-square-foot office tower in Conshohocken, expected to open November 2020.