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Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
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  • Winners and losers in Lehigh County reassessment

    Winners and losers in Lehigh County reassessment
    Reassessments, for as much as they're about fairness, are also about winners and losers. Some property owners will pay less. Some will pay more. Some will pay a lot more. Lehigh County's first reassessment in more than 20 years is meant to right out-of-...
  • The man behind SteelStacks

    The man behind SteelStacks
    ArtsQuest President Jeff Parks admits he's not very sentimental and he's not easily impressed. Yet in 2002, as he stood three stories up on a brightly lit former steel mill in Duisburg, Germany, his jaw hung open in amazement as he realized just how wrong...
  • Olympus comes clean about accounting fraud

    Olympus comes clean about accounting fraud
    Officials at parent company of Lehigh Valley camera-maker Olympus may face criminal charges… America's ability to compete globally in the future depends on its willingness to invest in education today, the head of Air Products and Chemicals told...
  • A brave Afghan is tasting U.S. freedom here

    Afghanistan has nearly fallen off the international news radar screen, except when the monthly death toll of American troops tops the number killed in Iraq. While issues from the ridiculous (lipstick on pigs), to the critical, (the loss of trillions of...
  • Flood trucks lead to DeNaples probe

    Trucker Richard Rothstein thought he'd found a bargain. Rothstein bought a Freightliner Columbia tractor in December 2005 for $75,000 from DeNaples Auto Sales in Dunmore, Lackawanna County. The truck, which typically sold for $125,000 or more, had come...
  • More pride than profit

    Someday soon, Lehigh County Executive Don Cunningham said, Coca-Cola Park will be mentioned in the same breath as Dorney Park and the Crayola Factory as a "cultural, quality-of-life attraction" in the Lehigh Valley. About the stadium's potential economic...
  • What a fully-employed President Obama told his jobs meeting

     
    Text of the Democrat's remarks and answers to audience questions in today's jobs town hall....
  • SHOCKED

    Pushed by Enron and crafted behind closed doors, the 84-page measure to deregulate Pennsylvania's electric industry was slipped into a bill that called only for a one-word change in the state's taxicab law. "This legislation," then-Gov. Tom Ridge...
  • Consumers in for a double shock

    When the price of electricity soars in a year and a half, its hefty cost will hit the consumer's pocketbook over and over again. Homeowners will pay for the increase not just in monthly bills, which could be more than 30 percent higher, but at the...
  • Shelter In Place Lifted For Pasadena

    Shelter In Place Lifted For Pasadena
    A shelter in place for residents in Pasadena was lifted an hour after a chemical leak at a nearby plant forced people to stay indoors and turn off their air conditioner. Pasadena Fire Department officials said three people went to Bayshore Hospital...
  • Cause of Pasadena chemical leak sought

    Plant officials are investigating what caused a chemical release at a Houston-area plant that forced neighbors to stay indoors for a couple of hours. An orange cloud was seen above Pasadena after Tuesday night's release, prompting emergency personnel...
  • 911 Tapes Reveal Disturbing Communication Breakdown

    911 Tapes Reveal Disturbing Communication Breakdown
    On Friday, the Pasadena Police Department released the 911 tapes into Tuesday's Air Products chemical leak. The series of 911 calls between a police dispatcher and plant employees reveals a disturbing breakdown in communication as emergency responders...