If early returns on applications for Pennsylvania’s new tavern gaming licenses are any indication, the odds of finding legal gambling at a Lehigh Valley bar in the coming months are slim. Read More »»
Uncertainty over the future of Ukraine continues to cause investors agita. Read More »»
Bean counters are still tabulating the staggering effects of the U.S. government shutdown late last year, but evidence already suggests a portion of the draining effect of the 16-day closure landed in an unlikely place. Read More »»
A Lehigh University associate professor admitted she wants Lower Nazareth Township to adopt an air quality policy that goes beyond state and federal standards. Read More »»
The board of the proposed National Museum of Industrial History will meet in the next few days to discuss reducing its personnel costs, including the salary of beleaguered CEO Stephen Donches. Read More »»
A military family could see grocery bills go up by $3,000 a year under the latest Pentagon budget proposal. Read More »»
Port Authority chairman David Samson, also the co-founder of powerful West Orange-based law firm Wolff & Samson, is the target of a new ethics complaint filed with the state Ethics Commission by the New Jersey Working Families Alliance. Read More »»
One startup is ready to launch a product that it hopes will change people’s minds about the need for objective brain injury data. Read More »»
Recently named one of the United States' top 150 best-value colleges, Lafayette College in Easton announced a 3.69 percent increase in total billed student expenses for 2014-15. Read More »»
The number of flights canceled or delayed since Dec. 1 has now topped 1 million, according to flight tracker masFlight. Read More »»
Wayne-based Toys 'R' Us is planning a major reduction in head count in a cost-saving move, the New York Post reported Monday. Read More »»
A York-based building products manufacturer has acquired the masonry, construction supplies and commercial door portions of New Holland Concrete. Read More »»
While the World Trade Center in New York City gets built, so too will a new large-scale development that will forever change the Manhattan skyline – a $20 billion project in which a Bethlehem firm is playing a critical role. Read More »»
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Citigroup for accounting fraud after it disclosed bogus loans in its Mexican Banamex unit, a source familiar with the investigation said. Read More »»
Global markets fell sharply Monday as a crisis in Ukraine continued to unfold and tensions rose with neighboring Russia. Read More »»
Is PPL Corp. poised to unload its power plants and energy marketing business? Read More »»
Nestled in an industrial park neighborhood of manufacturers and distribution companies, Ocean Spray’s new Breinigsville facility in Upper Macungie Township is poised to become the Massachusetts company’s East Coast supplier. Read More »»
Since last year PPL has stepped up its efforts to give power lines a bigger buffer from trees so massive power outages don't happen during severe weather. Work to clear trees is underway right now in Northampton County. One property owner tells 69 News that crews came through and left his land in complete disarray. Read More »»
Eight of the 10 highest-paid Easton city employees last year work for the police department. Read More »»
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