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  • Drug packaging companies gaining local foothold

    Drug packaging companies gaining local foothold
    Next time you reach for that pill to help lower your blood pressure or to keep your arteries unclogged, you might have a Lehigh Valley company to thank — not for the drug itself, but for getting it to you. Over the past year, two drug packaging...
  • Tony Iannelli, President and CEO, Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce

    Tony Iannelli, President and CEO, Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce
    For the past 15 years, it has been my honor to preside over the fastest growing Chamber of Commerce in the United States. Serving 800 members in 1998 when I began this journey through today, we now close in on 6,000 members strong, and there is no doubt...
  • Truck lanes on I-78 will give cars a pass

    Truck lanes on I-78 will give cars a pass
    Q: A recent article described planned safety improvements to I-78 around the Krumsville interchange. The work will include truck lanes that slow-moving tractor-trailers could use to allow cars to pass safely. That's great, but I must wonder if PennDOT...
  • Wegmans moves ahead with expansion

    Wegmans moves ahead with expansion
    When you pull into the parking lot, the changes that have been under way for the past year are immediately clear. No more struggling for a parking space, thanks to an additional 100 spaces. Inside, the produce, floral and cheese departments have...
  • O'Brien, Penn State coaches heading to Lehigh Valley

     
    Penn State football coach Bill O’Brien will return to the Lehigh Valley twice for events over the next two months, including an appearance at the Penn State Coaches Caravan in Bethlehem. O’Brien is scheduled to appear at the May 8......
  • Last chance for Easter fun

     
    Easter's almost here. This is the last weekend of activities, so get to the mall to see the Easter bunny and plan your egg hunt. Here's a rundown of what's going on. Photos with the Easter Bunny: Through April 7, 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Mon.-Sat. and 11a.m.-6 p....
  • Easter activities kick off this weekend

     
    With Easter earlier this year, holiday activities are kicking off this weekend with Easter Bunnies at the mall, egg hunts and breakfasts with the bunny. Here's a rundown of what's going on. Photos with the Easter Bunny: March 23-April 7, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.,...
  • Johnny Bench coming to the Lehigh Valley to speak for LIfePath

     
    Give her credit. Ann Marie Surovy works fast when it comes to lining up the keynote speakers for the annual Lifepath and PICPA (Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants) Thanksgiving Benefit and Awards Luncheon annually held on the day...
  • Go outside and play Saturday

     
    On Saturday Sept. 4, America’s national parks, local public spaces and even cable television channel Nickelodeon are urging kids to head outside and go for a walk, kick a ball or plant a tree for National Public Lands Day. All National Parks will...
  • Donate your purse today

     
    Got a purse doing nothing in your closet? Bring it to Dandy Donation Day from 5-7 p.m. today at Hosfeld Insurance, 19 E. Main St., Macungie. Donna Hosfeld and her fellow organizers will have Boston’s pasta, an ice cream sundae bar, goodie bags for...
  • Why isn't this bright little 3-year-old boy talking?

     
    If you watched Ethan Roeske of Fogelsville play, there would be little about the almost 3-year-old boy that would stand out from other children his age – except, perhaps, his striking blonde hair that’s certain to catch your eye. Ethan, say...
  • Sticky stickers?

     
    I got the following interesting response regarding my recent complaint that, more than a year after PennDOT promised to fix the problem, at least some, and possibly many safety- and emissions-inspection stickers still don't stick to the inside of...