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Nation: Utilities balk at expanded carbon-capture subsidy

Source: Reuters

Few U.S. energy policies can bring together coal miners, oil drillers, environmentalists, Republicans and Democrats.

World: Bank of England raises UK interest rates

Source: BBC World News

The Bank of England has raised the interest rate for only the second time in a decade.

Out of the ordinary: Colorado man fined $1K for repeatedly feeding bears

Source: Associated Press

A Colorado man has been fined $1,000 for intentionally feeding bears for the third time in the past eight years.

Dry leaf marijuana now available at some dispensaries; grower/processor approved in Pottsville

Three medical marijuana dispensaries in the Greater Lehigh Valley are among 44 across Pennsylvania that will be allowed to sell dry leaf forms of the...

Health care symposium Thursday morning tackles opioids, wellness programs and data management

Opioids in the workplace. Total employee physical and mental health. Patient data management and how data are used.

Air Liquide expands, could bring 188 jobs to Lehigh Valley

Up to 188 new jobs could be coming to Northampton County with the $45 million expansion of Air Liquide Advanced Materials Inc. announced today.

Construction draws closer on long-awaited 380-acre industrial park

After receiving site plan approval from two New Jersey municipalities for the first group of buildings of a 380-acre industrial park last week, the...

'Beer cave' opens today in Bethlehem Sheetz

Sheetz is stepping up its beer game with the addition of eight new “beer caves” in Pennsylvania, including one in Bethlehem.

Former Air Products chairman dies at 82

Air Products of Trexlertown today announced the passing of its former chairman and CEO, Harold “Hap” Wagner.

UGI opens compressed natural gas station in Bethlehem

Reading-based UGI Utilities Inc. hosted a ribbon cutting today for the opening of a compressed natural gas fueling station at its Bethlehem office,...

Schuylkill Valley Family Practice to join Penn State Health

Schuylkill Valley Family Practice in Leesport will join Penn State Health Medical Group in October.

Bieber finds alternate drop-off site to keep NYC service going

Good news for New York City commuters who had been taking Bieber Tourways buses into the city. The Kutztown-based company announced this afternoon...

Fellowship Community names interim president/CEO

The board of directors of Bible Fellowship Church Homes Inc., the organization that oversees Fellowship Community in Whitehall Township, named a new...

U.S. House votes to repeal medical device tax

The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill that – pending Senate approval – permanently repeals the medical device tax, a...

Blue Ridge now offers ultra HD

Blue Ridge, based in Palmerton, now offers 4K cable, which provides clearer picture quality than standard screens.

EnergyPath 2018: It's prime time for sustainable energy growth, speakers say

For the sustainable energy sector, business is picking up for an industry that's been drawing more interest from companies and consumers.

Air Products has record third quarter

Air Products of Trexlertown has reported record third quarter earnings. The company reported net income of $431 million and $1.95 adjusted earnings...

St. Luke’s to provide sports medicine to Moravian College

Moravian College will use St. Luke’s University Health Network to provide athletic trainers and sports medicine services.

With Bieber out, Trans-Bridge adding two NYC Port Authority service lines; Berks lines still unfilled

There's at least partially good news for New York City commuters who have been using Kutztown-based Bieber Bus for their transportation.

Reading Hospital gets highest trauma center accreditation

Reading Hospital, one of the busiest emergency rooms in the country, received accreditation as a level 1 trauma center from the Pennsylvania Trauma...

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