Writer and online editor Stacy Wescoe has her finger on the pulse of the business community in the Greater Lehigh Valley and keeps you up-to-date with what coworkers and competitors are talking about around the water cooler — and on social media.
When I was growing up as a young girl in Allentown if there was soda in the refrigerator at all it was A-Treat brand.
“Hey, Stacy, good to see you!”
“Thanks, Stacy, good to be here. It’s been a long day. Beer me up.”
“Sure, Stacy, what would you like? Can I tap you up a nice crisp India Pale Ale?”
No one would accuse you of being a slouch on the job. Surely you’re the go-the-extra-mile, give-110-percent, bring-home-the-bacon-and-fry-it-up-in-a-pan type.
Workers at Amazon distribution centers in western Lehigh County have been keeping a close watch for a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on whether or not they should be paid while passing through security checks.
I've finally figured out what I want for Christmas – a magic wand.
There has been much debate in recent weeks about retail stores opening on Thanksgiving, but one local CEO is settling the debate by – shall we say – putting his turkey where his mouth is.
In 1964, Glenn Wescoe was a 21-year old apprentice with IBEW Local 375 in Allentown.
Having been involved with animal rescue for a few years, I've fostered kittens, dogs and even a rabbit for various rescue organizations.