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CAN CATASTROPHIC  FLOODING OCCUR HERE?

CAN CATASTROPHIC FLOODING OCCUR HERE?

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

A harsh storm can occur anytime and anywhere, bringing severe flooding with it.

Tropical plant dearth looms

Berks-based Ambius, largest supplier in U.S., warns of Irma's impact

Interior designers considering decorating their clients' offices with tropical plants may find the leafy green plants harder to get in coming months...

NEW VENTURES: Australian safety ladder manufacturer lands in Orefield

A business born in Australia in 1997 is now under new ownership and based in the Lehigh Valley.

Firm sees continued growth in real estate

Emerald Realty Group has a prime location in downtown Bethlehem.

Marvel vs. DC wars: Truth, injustice and the American way

Marvel vs. DC wars: Truth, injustice and the American way

By Terri Schlichenmeyer

You know what your workplace needs?

premium content Prime time for the Valley? Why Amazon should move here

The news that Seattle-based Amazon, the world’s largest e-commerce company, is hunting a second headquarters quickly caught the attention of...

premium content Salesperson revolving door hits bottom line, image, brand

The costs of hiring the wrong salesperson stack up. Combinations of time, money and resources are invested with little or no return on the...

‘LEAF’ HAPPY — RETURN SOON

Repeat and longer visits are goals of new Pocono tourism chief

While the Poconos is now a year-round destination with ski resorts making room for waterparks and zip line courses in fairer weather, the fall...

Keeping vital  systems up  and running  worldwide

Keeping vital systems up and running worldwide

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

One wouldn’t expect to find the headquarters of a high-tech global manufacturer and supplier tucked away in a patch of bucolic Upper Bucks...

Reverse trade show returns to Bethlehem this month

If you’re a small business in the Greater Lehigh Valley, then you might want to check out the 2017 Meet the Buyers Expo.

premium content As workforce shrinks, cross-training, new skills are vital

As we incorporate more technological advances into our work lives, the way we work continues to change.

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