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Tom Sturgis Pretzels: A recipe for success for generations

Tom Sturgis Pretzels: A recipe for success for generations

By JENNIFER HETRICK

Known as the oldest pretzel-making family in the country, Tom Sturgis Pretzels Inc. of Cumru Township dates to 1861 in Lititz, Lancaster County.

KEEPING IT CLOSE TO HOME Known as near-shoring, more manufacturers choose to prototype and make products in U.S., not abroad

From quicker turnaround times to greater control over the manufacturing process, many companies are starting to see the benefits of keeping...

premium content OPINION: Tax proposal an overreach that could curb jobs, expansions

What's really the state of manufacturing in the United States today?

premium content Flexibility, automation, skilled labor and yes growth

The outlook for American manufacturing companies is a positive one, according to a recent survey of 400 CEOs by KPMG.

Keeping life sweet for 80 years in Muhlenberg Township

Keeping life sweet for 80 years in Muhlenberg Township

By JENNIFER HETRICK

Billy’s Home Made Candies opened in 1935, and three sets of owners later is still keeping the nostalgic nature of chocolate moving through...

premium content Pa.s energy opportunity: A new era in manufacturing

Pennsylvania’s natural gas revolution is giving our manufacturers new momentum with abundant, cost-competitive energy.

premium content A little homework goes a long way in slashing energy costs

When it comes to choosing an electricity supplier, manufacturers and businesses have many options.

premium content Prune your business to grow back stronger, more vibrant

Every garderner knows – prune to grow.

Bracalente: Knowing customers, employees and the trade

Bracalente: Knowing customers, employees and the trade

By MELINDA RIZZO

A third-generation manufacturing company in Upper Bucks County continues to thrive by valuing its founder’s mission of honesty, hard work...

premium content The great eight: Key steps to a secure retirement and life

While many Americans face their retirement years woefully unprepared, women face even more risk.

HITTING THE RESET BUTTON? Office construction slows in Allentown yet leasing still strong

The dramatic resurgence of commercial development that revitalized downtown Allentown the past few years has reached a pivotal point.

Cybersecurity: Always vigilant, always training

Bored at work, you get an email from a colleague promising a laugh.

$24M medical building rises at St. Luke's

$24M medical building rises at St. Luke's

Though it's been just five years since St. Luke's University Health Network opened its newest hospital at the Anderson Campus in...

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