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As a local Reading moving company, O’Brien’s Moving & Storage has noticed an uptick in relocations to and within Pennsylvania. The past couple of years have led many to move out of densely populated urban areas into the smaller cities of Midwestern America. One such city being Reading, PA, whi...

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If you’re considering buying a home in Pennsylvania, you’ve got more to think about than just the listing price of the property or the cost of your move. To make a smart investment, it’s also important to consider property taxes. How do Pennsylvania’s average property taxes stack up to other state...

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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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For those who live for the Christmas season and the extravagant light displays that come along with it, nothing is quite as satisfying a drive-through light display. These displays allow you to experience extravagant Christmas light displays from the comfort of your own car, making for a great tradi...

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If you travel about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, you’ll come across a picturesque borough called Lansdale. With a population of 16,000+ residents, there have been big changes to the area over the course of the last two centuries. Lansdale was first settled by the Jenkins family in the early...

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Just over 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, you’ll find the small, yet picturesque, borough of Royersford, PA. This borough originally got its name from a ford (a shallow area of the river forming a natural crossing) in the Schuylkill River at a place adjacent to land owned by the Royer family....

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Located just 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia lies a lovely place where business is booming, and residents are settling in to enjoy the unique amenities of the area. King of Prussia (KOP), a community of nearly 20,0000, was named in the 18th century after the King of Prussia Inn—a local taver...

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The city of Lebanon is amazing in many ways, and it’s very well known for countless reasons. The fact that the fabulous, famous Lebanon Bologna was created here is enough on its own to make Lebanon stand out! Developed in the 19th century by the Pennsylvania Dutch of Lebanon County, the Lebanon bolo...

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If you lived in Bethlehem in the mid 1990’s, you saw the shift from the long, proud history of The Steel City to a place where workers were out of a job and the economy of the region started to plummet. In 1995, Bethlehem Steel shut down the last of its blast furnaces and sent its remaining workers...

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There’s nothing sweeter than chocolate and nothing more exciting than amusement parks, which you know well if you are one of the millions of visitors that have explored Pennsylvania’s Hersheypark. Originally opened in 1906 by Milton S. Hershey, the famous confectioner and founder of Hershey Chocolat...

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