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Allentown Art Museum 'moving in new direction,' to revamp image, outreach

Allentown Art Museum 'moving in new direction,' to revamp image, outreach

The 83-year-old Allentown Art Museum plans to reinvent its image and connection to the community as part of a new strategic vision, officials said.

Health Care Rates to jump 30 percent for ACA health plans

Rates on health plans sold in Pennsylvania under the Affordable Care Act will increase more than state officials had expected following the Trump...

Officials tour Ocean Spray, seek ways to connect students with skilled careers

The need for skilled workers continues to be a challenge that manufacturers throughout the state grapple with, and one that can clearly be felt in...

Study finds equine industry contributes $670M to regional economy

The equine industry has a $670 million impact on a 10-county southeastern and central Pennsylvania region, according to a study by Delaware Valley...

CAN CATASTROPHIC  FLOODING OCCUR HERE?

CAN CATASTROPHIC FLOODING OCCUR HERE?

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

A harsh storm can occur anytime and anywhere, bringing severe flooding with it.

Berks couple donate $2M to Penn State Health robotic surgery program

Philanthropists Ray and Carole Neag of Wyomissing donated $2 million to expand Penn State Health St. Joseph’s robotic surgery program in Berks...

March of Dimes to honor Lehigh Valley businessman, developers

The March of Dimes Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Awards committee will be honoring a number of professionals later this month at its annual...

PPL Electric Utilities seeks diverse suppliers through meet and greet

For the second time, PPL Electric Utilities in Allentown is reaching out to diverse business owners to discuss opportunities for suppliers.

Tropical plant  dearth looms

Tropical plant dearth looms

By WENDY SOLOMON

Interior designers considering decorating their clients' offices with tropical plants may find the leafy green plants harder to get in coming months...

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