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See what development plans mean for Braden Airpark

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

The owner of Braden Airpark is considering developing 44 acres at the Forks Township facility to fund needed improvements there.

Turnpike Commission wants to crack down on toll violators

Source: WFMZ News

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is seeking millions of dollars in unpaid tolls.

Driven to pink: Businessmen step up to fight breast cancer

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

Family and friends of Ben Kohler have been affected by breast cancer.

Pa. Senate passes bill to allow six-packs at beer distributors

Source: Central Pennsylvania Business Journal

More than two months after sweeping liquor reforms took effect, state lawmakers are looking to pass a bottle — or six — to beer...

Lung cancer drug fuels Merck sales growth in third quarter, as it tops earnings estimates

Source: NJBIZ

Kenilworth-based Merck said sales grew 5 percent in the third quarter, in part due to the U.S. approval of cancer drug Keytruda, it announced Tuesday.

Delta passengers can now track their bags on a map

Source: CNN Money

Travelers will be able to use Delta's (DELTA) app to track their luggage on a map to detail a bag's journey. Pins will indicate various stops like...

Apple's quarterly sales fall, but forecast calls for gains

Source: The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- After stumbling in 2016, Apple is betting on a better year ahead.

Bethlehem named best place to retire in the Northeast

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

If you're wondering where to retire, you might not have to look as far as Florida. Money Magazine has named Bethlehem the best place to retire in the...

Reading City Council tables awarding sewage plant reconstruction contracts

Source: WFMZ News

Council tabled the decision to review the specifications of the $121 million general contractor's bid submitted by Michael F. Ronca & Sons, Inc. of...

Reading hotel to close, convert to apartments

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

The historic Abraham Lincoln hotel in downtown Reading will close Nov. 1 and be converted into apartments.