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Lower Macungie approves plans for Weis, Jimmy John's and 204 apartments

Source: WFMZ News

LOWER MACUNGIE TWP., Pa. - Coming this summer to Lower Macungie Township: the first Jimmy John’s gourmet sandwich shop in Lehigh County.

Bethlehem Food Co-Op hopeful for store soon with new hire

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

The Bethlehem Food Co-Op has hired an experienced Lehigh Valley fundraising team to boost its membership.

Bucks County biopharmaceutical firm cutting its work force in half

Source: Philadelphia Business Journal

Discovery Laboratories is cutting its workforce in half and voluntarily ceasing the commercialization of what had been its lead product as part of a...

35 years of saving on health care

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

In the early 1970s, the health care landscape of the Lehigh Valley was growing, becoming a three-hospital region and a system continuously adding...

Sen. Bob Casey pushing for Paycheck Fairness Act

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) continues to stump for the Paycheck Fairness Act.

Stronger dollar is hurting manufacturers' overseas sales, Philly Fed says

Source: NJBIZ

The stronger dollar is having a slightly negative impact on manufacturers, according to the April regional economic survey by the Federal Reserve...

Etsy now worth $4 billion

Source: CNN Money

Etsy is now the largest certified socially-responsible company, or B Corporation, to go public in the U.S.

Disney's stock pops after new 'Star Wars' trailer

Source: MarketWatch

“We’re home,” says Han Solo to Chewbacca.

Lehigh County charges reinstated against streetlight scammers

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

After a conviction in Northampton County, and criminal charges in two other counties, it looked as if the businessmen behind Municipal Energy...

Should Pennsylvania bars keep their doors open later?

Source: WFMZ News

State Rep. Jordan Harris announced he wants to allow some bars in the state to have the opportunity to remain open until 4 a.m.

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