Memories of needing to survive and learning how to survive an economic downturn are still very fresh in the minds of business owners.Read More »
Banking & Finance
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The Allentown Economic Development Corp. has a new tool to help businesses in its Bridgeworks manufacturing incubator.Read More »
First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Hanover Township, Northampton County, hired Donna LoStocco of Lebanon, N.J., as president and CEO, effective July 1.Read More »
The Provident Bank Foundation presented $5,000 to Allentown Symphony Association in support of its educational and social initiative, El Sistema Lehigh Valley, at Roosevelt Elementary School in Allentown on May 24. The initiative provides youth development to about 90 students through a daily after-school program that teaches students how to play a stringed instrument. Pictured are students of El Sistema Lehigh Valley Mozart Orchestra with members of Provident Bank and Allentown Symphony...Read More »
First Niagara, a bank with several Greater Lehigh Valley locations, donated $10,000 to Habitat for Humanity of the Lehigh Valley to support its A-Block Program as part of its Neighborhood Revitalization Program in Allentown. The money will help support a community homebuilding project and home preservation/repair projects for low-income families. Pictured from left at the Habitat offices in Allentown: Deb Cummins, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of the Lehigh Valley, and Renee Murdock, community...Read More »
A crowd of more than 300 turned out for the Madison Farms Block Party on May 14 in Bethlehem Township, featuring food, games and live music. KRE Group of Bridgewater, N.J., and The Silverman Group of Short Hills, N.J., developed the $140 million project in Bethlehem Township with a mix of retail tenants and upscale apartments.Read More »
On May 3, Visit Bucks County celebrated National Tourism and Travel Week at Washington Crossing Historic Park and recognized people and organizations who make an impact in the travel and tourism industry in Bucks County. Naomi Naylor (left), executive director and main street manager of Quakertown Alive!, received the Hospitality Leadership Award, and Natalie Blumberg, general manager of the Holiday Inn Express and Suites Quakertown, received the Guest Excellence Award.Read More »