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$1.3M natural resources damage deal reached in 2005 Martins Creek fly ash spill

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley

Public comment is being sought about a proposed $1.3 million settlement between the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Talen...

Repositioning as distributor for small, mid-sized businesses

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

Large retailers know that the Lehigh Valley is ideally suited to house their massive distribution centers.

Section of Route 611 closed for sewer repair

Source: WFMZ News

The Easton Water Authority says it closed "the narrows" section of Route 611 Thursday morning for sewer repairs.

Pa. construction bids up 3 percent in Q2

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Commercial construction bids in Pennsylvania increased about 3 percent in the second quarter compared with the same quarter a year ago, according to...

Fed holds steady on rates, seeks further economic gains

Source: The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Reserve appears on track to raise interest rates later this year but signaled Wednesday that it wants to see further...

Oil price slump costs another 12,500 jobs

Source: CNN Money

Sinking oil prices have prompted another round of heavy job cuts.

Amazon wants customers to pay $5 for the privilege of ordering more stuff

Source: TheStreet

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Call it audacious, but Amazon is betting that consumers will be willing to pay $5 apiece for buttons that allow them to...

Lehigh Valley has new latex paint recycling program

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

Basements and garages across the Lehigh Valley are filled with half-used latex paint cans.

Aurel Arndt, chief executive of Lehigh County Authority, is retiring

Source: WFMZ News

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. - Aurel Arndt, longtime Chief Executive of Lehigh County Authority's Board of Directors is retiring and the board has appointed a...

Fed hike, which is due, likely means gradual ramping up of interest rates

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

This time, it’s for real – and financial professionals say it’s about time.

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