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Breaking News: Meade selected as 14th president of Cedar Crest College
Meade selected as 14th president of Cedar Crest College

Meade selected as 14th president of Cedar Crest College

After serving as interim president since July, Elizabeth M. Meade has now been confirmed as the 14th president of Cedar Crest College in Allentown.

Area companies participate in Day of Caring: PHOTOS

Around 1,000 employees from Lehigh Valley 45 businesses and organizations are volunteering their time at 42 nonprofits during United Way of the...

Pa. takes in $200K in first month of legalized fantasy sports betting

Pennsylvania took in just under $200,000 in tax revenue for the month of May according to the very first tax report issued for fantasy sports...

Canadian company buys A-Treat properties for $1.4M

A-Treat Bottling Co. abruptly shuttered its Allentown facility in early 2015 and has remained vacant.

Penn National to acquire Margaritaville Resort Casino

Penn National to acquire Margaritaville Resort Casino

Wyomissing-based Penn National Gaming Inc. announced Tuesday it entered into an agreement to acquire the operations of Margaritaville Resort Casino...

'Operation Main Street' aims to protect small businesses from scams

Attorney General Josh Shapiro has joined a partnership with the Federal Trade Commission, 11 other state attorneys general and the Better Business...

Tentrr sets up camp in the Poconos

Tentrr, camping's version of Airbnb, has set up a logistics hub in the Poconos to serve an expanding network of campsites on private land in...

Nearly 23-acre distribution project to begin near Quakertown

A Maryland-based developer and Boston-based investment firm will collaborate to bring Park 309, two new industrial buildings to the market.

BUILDING OUR REGION AND A PATH FOR OTHERS

BUILDING OUR REGION AND A PATH FOR OTHERS

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

Whether it’s their desire to protect the environment, explore and understand complex electrical systems or help businesses become more...

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