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Pa. DEP holds IESI Landfill meeting

Source: WFMZ News

LOWER SAUCON TWP., Pa. - The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection held a public meeting Tuesday night in the the Saucon Valley High...

Easton Public Market weighs opening 6, 7 days a week

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

When Downtown developers hold forth on what amenities the Easton neighborhood offers to future luxury apartment dwellers, the first thing they...

Gearing Up For E-Logging

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

With a deadline around the bend for trucking and bus firms to install and use electronic logging devices, Greater Lehigh Valley companies are...

State receives $469K in Target data breach settlement

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Pennsylvania is among 46 states receiving a piece of an $18.5 million settlement with Target Corp.

Nonmanufacturing activity loses steam in May, Fed says

Source: NJBIZ

Nonmanufacturing activity in the region including South Jersey continued to expand in May, but at a more moderate level, the Federal Reserve Bank of...

Moody's cuts China debt rating for first time since 1989

Source: CNN Money

How's China doing in tackling its growing debt problem? Not great, according to one of the world's top credit rating agencies.

'Food revolution': megabrands turn to small start-ups for big ideas

Source: Reuters

Food and drink megabrands are seeing their sales chewed away by smaller, nimbler, cooler rivals. They can't beat them - so now they're joining them.

RCN to combine with Northwest internet provider in $2.3 billion deal

Source: The Morning Call

RCN, one of the Lehigh Valley's two cable TV companies, is combining with a Northwest internet provider in a $2.36 billion deal that will create the...

Dixie Cup plant developer addresses skeptical council

Source: Lehigh Valley Live

After fielding multiple inquiries and complaints from residents, Wilson Borough Council invited the owner of the former Dixie Cup plant to give a...

First Commonwealth touts its 'branches of the future'

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union will be opening two new offices this summer in the Lehigh Valley – just don't call them branches.

New Easton restaurant has oak tree and sliding-glass roof

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

Gearing Up For E-Logging

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

Golf training center ready to open in York

Source: Central Penn Business Journal
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