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Public hearing scheduled on Martin Tower property

Source: WFMZ News

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - A public hearing has been scheduled before Bethlehem City Council on the controversial proposal to rezone the 53-acre Martin Tower...

Bethlehem councilwoman pledges to stay out of city deal with employer

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

Bethlehem Councilwoman Cathy Reuscher confirmed Tuesday she plans to stay out of a proposed deal for the city to rent office space to her employer.

'True believer' in career value of liberal arts

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

The future is unclear. That is why Muhlenberg College's new president, John I. Williams Jr., trumpets the new school year with an eye to the future...

Report shows little apparent outreach to minority-, woman-owned firms

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

A majority of companies drilling for natural gas in Pennsylvania are failing to report on their efforts to reach out to woman- and minority-owned...

Big pharma still a force in Jersey's office market

Source: NJBIZ

For a company that knows how to grab headlines, last week was no different for Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

Here's Google's new logo

Source: CNN Money

The company made a major change to its logo Tuesday. It's keeping the same color scheme (but brightening it) and switching to an entirely new...

India SUV maker rides into US market ... on a scooter

Source: The Associated Press

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- India's largest SUV maker is ready to make its debut on U.S. roads. But it's starting with two wheels, not four.

Motorists could eventually be getting the roundabout

Source: WFMZ News

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - There are nearly 20 high-traffic volume intersections and six highway corridors throughout the Lehigh Valley named as possible sites...

Genesis Bicycles named 1 of America's best bike shops

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

Genesis Bicycles of Easton has collected another honor.

Bucks town launches revival that includes 300 new housing units and retail, office and manufacturing

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

In June in Perkasie, a three-story building started going up on a property vacant for nearly three decades following a devastating fire.

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