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Hotel Bethlehem mulls major expansion

Source: The Morning Call

The Hotel Bethlehem, built in an era of Jazz Age opulence and restored as a symbol of the Main Street's rebirth, is exploring its first major...

National chain restaurant eyes former Larry Holmes building

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

The owner of the former Champ's Corner in Easton is finalizing negotiations to put a national chain restaurant where former heavyweight champion...

Buyers still snapping up homes; low inventory a concern

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

Movement and recovery in the residential real estate market in the Greater Lehigh Valley continued in October.

Health care industry continues to advance AIDS treatment in Pa.

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

On World AIDS Day in 2015, Alder Health Services received a $103,526 grant from Pittsburgh-based Highmark Foundation, an affiliate of Highmark Inc.,...

Sweeney hopes N.J., Pa. tax reciprocity issue over for good

Source: NJBIZ

Though largely unpopular, Gov. Chris Christie's initial decision in September to end a nearly 40-year-old reciprocal tax agreement between New Jersey...

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to step down

Source: CNN Money

Howard Schultz, the visionary leader of Starbucks, will be stepping down next year as CEO of the iconic coffee giant.

Toyota to unveil revamped Camry to defend top-selling US car

Source: Bloomerg

Toyota Motor Corp. plans to unveil a redesigned Camry in Detroit next month, rolling out a new take on the best-selling car in the U.S. after just...

Allentown City Council poised to refinance over $9 million in bonds

Source: WFMZ News

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Following a vote Wednesday evening, Allentown City Council is prepared to incur bond indebtedness up to $11.5 million in order to...

On heels of Science City, where would boutique hotel go?

Source: The Express-Times/Lehigh Valley Live

If the Days Inn eventually comes down, giving way to a proposed tourist venue featuring an aquarium at South Third Street and Larry Holmes Drive,...

Brewers say contracts with wholesalers one-sided, captive, constricting

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

As the craft beer business continues to grow, one longstanding issue could thwart further expansion and possibly put small brewers out of business.

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