Touted as the Northface Business Park, the first 35 acres of a large brownfield site in Palmerton will be available for lease by next spring or early summer, according to George Petrole.Read More »
Construction & Real Estate
The number of construction projects recently completed or underway in the Greater Lehigh Valley is making a strong economic impact in the region.Read More »
By June, visitors to the Pocono Mountains will be able to go to the region’s first African-themed resort.Read More »
Adams Outdooring Advertising recently held a networking event at its newly renovated offices on Avenue C in Bethlehem. The network was held in conjunction with the Lehigh Valley Chamber’s Third Thursday and was designed for people to explore the office, learn about Adams and network with local professionals. Pictured from left: Tony Cioffi, general manager, Adams Outdoor Advertising; and Scott Davis and Scott Hahn, both from Davis Business Machines Inc. in Allentown.Read More »
First Commonwealth Credit Union of the Lehigh Valley is hosting its fourth annual food drive through Nov. 14 to benefit Second Harvest of the Lehigh Valley and The Greater Berks Food Bank. First Commonwealth also has partnered with employers to serve as additional collection sites for donations. Donations can be dropped off at any First Commonwealth branch. In addition to food, monetary donations (checks made out to the food bank) also will be accepted at each branch. Also, for every...Read More »
QNB Bank of Quakertown will sponsor the 2014 Souderton Tip-Off Classic Basketball Tournament on Dec. 5-6 at Souderton High School. Proceeds will support the Children’s Tumor Foundation, which is dedicated to ending neurofibromatosis through research. Pictured from left: Perry Engard, teacher and basketball coach, Souderton High; Jim Church, former president, Souderton-Telford Rotary; Tom Quintois, athletic director, Souderton High; Sam Vareno, principal, Souderton High; Steven Kendra,...Read More »
The early morning hours of Oct. 18 proved to be a true test for Shuman Development Group of Reading after a fire ripped through the six-floor Reading Outlets Center.