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BUSINESS
September 8, 1995 | by Earni Young, Daily News Staff Writer
K. Hovnanian's Pennsylvania and South Jersey divisions will relocate their offices to Edison, N.J., as part of the parent company's restructuring of its operations in the Northeast and California. Six divisional offices will be consolidated into one regional office under the plan announced this week by Hovnanian Enterprises Inc., based in Red Bank, N.J. Combined with a similar restructuring in California, the move will mean the loss of about 110 jobs companywide. The cuts represent about 10 percent of the homebuilder's work force of 1,100 people.
SPORTS
March 21, 2013
Starting Monday, the Rally high school sports pages will appear at the back of the "Local News" section of The Inquirer. Rally's online home will remain www.philly.com/rally .
NEWS
May 20, 2013 | By Verena Dobnik, Associated Press
NEW YORK - The busiest passenger train station in the United States is a 1960s-era, utilitarian labyrinth in the basement of a basketball arena. Pennsylvania Station, a gateway to the nation's biggest city, was designed to accommodate about 200,000 riders a day. Now, it is packed with more than 600,000. At rush hours, it resembles a human demolition derby. All it takes to strand hundreds of thousands of people is a glitch on one of only two tracks linking Manhattan to New Jersey under the Hudson River.
SPORTS
August 14, 2009 | Daily News Staff Report
The official relocation of the Atlantic 10 Conference headquarters from Philadelphia to Newport News, Va., was announced yesterday. The relocation was first reported by the Daily News. "Moving the office to a new region of the Atlantic 10 footprint is an opportunity to further brand the A-10," commissioner Bernadette McGlade said. The A-10 office had been in Philadelphia since 1995.
NEWS
January 31, 1986 | By Roger Cohn, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dozens of businesses on the site of the proposed Center City convention center still face an uncertain future, despite Gov. Thornburgh's decision this week to release $1.9 million in state relocation funds. City Redevelopment Authority officials said yesterday that the money released by Thornburgh on Wednesday would be used to meet existing commitments to 21 businesses that have already moved or are in the process of moving. The $1.9 million was not sufficient to assist dozens of other businesses that have so far been unable to make relocation plans, officials said.
NEWS
June 19, 1987 | By Patrisia Gonzales, Inquirer Staff Writer
A Camden County judge blocked Cherry Hill Dodge's relocation to an old apple orchard on Route 70 yesterday, ruling that the township had no grounds for granting a special variance to the dealership. Residents in the neighborhood abutting the relocation site had opposed the move, saying that the dealership would alter the character of the Lakeview development, where homes cost up to $175,000. The Lakeview Civic Association filed suit after the Township Council upheld a zoning board ruling Sept.
LIVING
January 17, 1995 | By Ellen O'Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Once upon a time, most workers saw relocation as a step up as well as a step away. But times have changed. And as more workers have spouses who are also working, they are beginning to see relocating as more hassle than it's worth, according to a study released yesterday. In dual-income families, 42 percent said their standard of living fell because of a spouse's relocation, according to a worldwide survey of 101 organizations that was conducted by the University of Tennessee and Right Associates of Philadelphia, a consulting firm that specializes in career management and corporate restructuring.
NEWS
July 4, 1991 | By Louis R. Carlozo, Special to The Inquirer
Monroe Township Council is looking for every edge possible in the battle with state officials to get a historic building moved to a new location. Even though the township isn't scheduled to go before the Pinelands Commission until October, officials are mapping out their strategy now to ensure a successful outcome this, their second, time around. The local historical society wants its Main Street headquarters moved a few blocks north to a spot in front of the Pfeiffer Community Center.
NEWS
April 4, 1996 | By Anne Barnard, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Ardmore residents spoke out Monday against a proposed move by the Narberth Ambulance Corps to Ardmore Avenue, saying it would detract from the residential character of their neighborhood and put the paramedics in an area too congested to allow quick emergency responses. "I'm happy for them to move there, because if I ever get sick, they can come and get me, but I pity the rest of the people in the township," said Alison Eachus, who lives across the street from the proposed site in the 100 block.
NEWS
March 15, 1987 | By Marilou Regan, Special to The Inquirer
The Springfield School District has held its fourth and final community meeting to inform parents of the administration's proposal that kindergarten students attend classes in the upper schools beginning with the 1988-89 school year. About 50 parents attended a meeting at the Sabold Elementary School on Wednesday night to hear school Superintendent Charles McLaughlin outline the plan. About 100 parents attended a meeting at Scenic Hills Elementary School on Monday night, and similar gatherings were held last month at both elementary schools.
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