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Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
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  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •"Breaking Legs," Hunterdon Hills Palyhouse, lunch, Sept. 10. $84. Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton Show, Mount Airy, buffet lunch, Oct. 15. $56. Operation Sunshine, Paula, 610-435-9155. •"Joy to the World," American Music Theater,...
  • Scene: Good Shepherd's Garden Gala fundraiser flies high

    The 2014 Gala in the Garden, a benefit for Good Shepherd Hospital Pediatric Unit, symbolized this year by a butterfly, soared to a record-setting level under the leadership of gala chair Peter J. Danchak, PNC Bank regional president. With the help of a...
  • Savor the tastes of Sabor Latin Festival in Bethlehem

    ¡Sabor! is Spanish for "taste" or "flavor," and that's what you'll find at the ¡Sabor! Latin Festival at Bethlehem's SteelStacks campus June 20-22. Taste many different aspects of Latino culture, including music, art, dance and food. There are kids'...
  • Outsider CEO upends Air Products culture

    Outsider CEO upends Air Products culture
    Air Products has a long history of executives who come up through the company's ranks and have ties to Lehigh University. But not the new guy. On Wednesday, the Trexlertown industrial gas producer — one of the Lehigh Valley's two Fortune 500...
  • Outsider upends Air Products culture

    Outsider upends Air Products culture
    Air Products' new CEO defies the company's long history of executives who come up through the ranks and have ties to Lehigh University ... In about-face, develoer Abe Atiyeh gets Allentown billboard deal ... Philadelphia could get a Space Needle of its...
  • Air Products picks new CEO

    Air Products picks new CEO
    Air Products has completed its long, drawn out search for a new top boss, settling finally on someone close at hand... Pa. Turnpike tolls, even E-ZPass tolls, will increase 5 percent... City Center will raze a Hamilton Street building to create a pocket...
  • Big crowds lead SteelStacks to add more World Cup viewing parties

    Big crowds lead SteelStacks to add more World Cup viewing parties
    The crowds have spoken, and screenings of FIFA World Cup games have been expanded at SteelStacks in South Side Bethlehem. After hosting an estimated 7,500 people from Thursday through Sunday, attendance erupted Monday evening for the United States'...
  • ESPN to air USA versus Ghana viewing party from SoccerFest in Bethlehem

     
    Bethlehem will be in the national spotlight when sports cable channel ESPN visits SteelStacks today as part of the official FIFA World Cup SoccerFest and Viewing Party. ESPN chose SteelStacks as one of a handful of destinations around the country......
  • World Cup plays out at Air Products

    World Cup plays out at Air Products
    You might think Kojo Dei-Awuku, who works for Air Products in Trexlertown, would be conflicted. He's from Ghana but has lived in the United States for years, and Monday the United States plays its opening match in the World Cup soccer tournament —...
  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    LEHIGH COUNTY ALLENTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY, 1210 Hamilton St., Allentown, will host a free Mock Turtle Marionette Theater, 2-3 p.m. June 21. Info: 610-820-2400, http://www.allentownpl.org. EMMAUS PUBLIC LIBRARY will host a two-session fundraiser for...
  • Newsmaker Q&A: Curt Mosel, ArtsQuest marketing VP

    SteelStacks is hosting a viewing party for World Cup Brazil soccer games, including USA vs. Ghana on Monday and USA vs. Portugal next Sunday. In all, 26 games will air on an outdoor screen at ArtsQuest's Town Square in south Bethlehem through June 22....
  • Easton council hears about residents' parking woes

    Easton council hears about residents' parking woes
    People parking their cars on downtown Easton streets that don't have meters are causing problems for residents who can't park near their homes and can't get parking permits because their streets have no meters. The issue came to light during Wednesday...