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Tower Health to break ground for Behavioral Care Pavilion

Tower Health to break ground for Behavioral Care Pavilion

Tower Health will break ground Wednesday for its Behavioral Care Pavilion on 82 acres in Bern Township.

Family-owned Mediterranean restaurant joins tenants at Trexler Mall

After selling its Mediterranean restaurant in Fogelsville in 2016, the owners knew there was a void of healthy, Middle Eastern food in the valley...

Alvernia University names new president

The Alvernia University board of trustees appointed John Loyack as its new president.

IRS pressure mounts on unreported foreign accounts: Guest view

By Edward R. Jenkins

With the ending in September of an Internal Revenue Service program that allowed individuals with unreported offshore assets to report the holdings...

Developers have yet to submit request for 21-story tower demo

Developers have yet to submit request for 21-story tower demo

Though the owners of Bethlehem's Martin Tower have demolished the vacant buildings surrounding the 53-acre, long-dormant site, they have not...

Muhlenberg College to add project management certificate

Muhlenberg College of Allentown will add a new project management certificate program in the Wescoe School of Continuing Education.

Reading airport, others share $6M in state grants

Reading Regional Airport in Berks County is receiving funds from the state to make infrastructure and equipment upgrades.

Café owners eye Easton for sixth location

Johnny and Sarah Zohir, the owners of Johnny's Bagels & Deli, plan to open a sixth location of their restaurant chain this year near Lafayette...

Tipping point: App, created in Berks, designed to help spas and beauty salons

Tipping point: App, created in Berks, designed to help spas and beauty salons

Terry McKim was working in marketing at Lords & Ladies Salon in Sinking Spring when he learned how tipping was handled in the beauty industry.

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