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Let's face it, there's nothing like a good grocery war to bring down prices. It often happens when grocers within close proximity of each other are in direct competition to win your patronage. And, lucky for us, it looks like at least two wars may be...
Cornelia Jane "Connie" Lindsay, 79, of Hagerstown, passed away Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, at her home surrounded by her family. Born Dec. 29, 1932, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late Hazel V. Thomas Binkley and John Wilbur Thomas. Connie was...
Maryland Food Bank officials accepted a $25,000 donation from Weis Markets during a Sept. 6 during a ceremony at the Maryland Food Bank — Western Branch. The donation, which will be converted into Weis Markets gift cards, will be used to purchase...
Tags: Western Branch, Charity
Chick-fil-A, Molly Hatchet and ‘Raymond’ re-runs To the editor: As was noted in the Aug. 1 edition of The Herald-Mail, many members of the Tri-State area took part in Chick-fil-A day, lining up around the chain’s Hagerstown location...
The Caring Place, a downtown Allentown nonprofit that helps at-risk kids in the Lehigh Valley, has been innovative in finding ways to pay its bills as public dollars have shrunk. The organization has become a landlord, renting floors if its building at...
Tags: Business, Whitehall, Soul Foods, ShopRite, Freemansburg
An onion recall spans several states including Pennsylvania. The onions were grown in Californai and shipped to at least a dozen states. They were used in prepared food sold at a number of stores including Wegmans Food Markets and Weis grocery stores. ...
Tags: Allentown, Onions, Pizzas, Wegmans Food Markets, Inc., Salads
Some say bookstores are on the brink of extinction, along with video and music stores, as consumers migrate to the digital world. Sure, there's plenty of evidence along those lines, now that mega-bookstore chains Borders and Waldenbooks are history....
For years, Steve Strauss and J. Christopher West have noticed the Lehighton area could use a one-stop fitness and sports center. The two, with decades in the sports and training business, recently opened Pyramid Sports Performance Center at the former...
Les Solomon grew tired of the aging equipment at a local fitness center where he worked as a cycling instructor. So the retired textile worker decided to partner with his wife, Mindy, and open Studio Fitness in the old silk mill building at 683 E....
firstname.lastname@example.org“When one is hurting, we all are hurting,” Bobby Hays said. The pastor of Hays’ church, the Rev. Tim Fisher, was indeed hurting. His half brother, Kenneth Goins, 50, lost his daughter, Hope, 3, to injuries sustained in an April...
Retail WatchThe usual peek at SOME items I'm looking into for Sunday's Retail Watch column. Pacific Smoothie -- New smoothie and ice creamery in south Bethlehem. Weis Markets -- Update on plans for a supermarket in Fogelsville. Route 191 -- A lot retail changes...
AnchorDespite recent promising reports from the Energy Information Administration that show demand for gas will be at an eleven year low this summer, consumers will still likely be paying about $3.79 a gallon this summer. But, self proclaimed penny pincher and...
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