Recent Articles from Stacy Wescoe
Bethlehem KIZ startups receive more than $600K in tax credits
Twelve startup businesses in Bethlehem’s KIZ Keystone Innovation Zone have managed to secure a total of nearly $612,000 in tax credits, the most the city has received since the zone was formed in 2004.
Barley Snyder forms liquor law practice
The law firm with locations in Lancaster, York and Berks Counties, said that the new practice will focus on liquor law and the unique legal needs of businesses that provide alcoholic beverages in Pennsylvania.
Pa.’s largest indoor indoor greens farm opens in Carbon
Governor Josh Shapiro was in Carbon County Wednesday for the grand opening of Little Leaf Farms.
Lehigh Valley Airport getting its own hotel
The Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority is moving forward with plans to locate a 125-room hotel on its property off Airport Road.
Second location planned for Leader of the Pack
After opening their first location in 2009, John and Lisa McDonald are getting ready to open a second location of their Leader of the Pack Canine Institute.
Easton Warehouse sold for $5.45 Million
Dhaliwhal Property LLC of Forks Township has purchased a Hilton Street warehouse property and a four-acre lot across the street to expand the operations of Sunshine trucking, which is owned by Jay Singh.
PPL Foundation announces $185,000 in Powering Equity grants
The Lehigh Carbon Community College Foundation, the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley were just some of the recipients of $185,000 grants recently announced by the PPL Foundation.
Barry Isett unveils new headquarters
Barry Isett & Associates on Wednesday held a grand opening celebration for its new headquarters on Crackersport Road in Allentown.
Ben Franklin announces nearly $1M in regional investments
Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania has announced the investment of $925,000 in area companies.
Chamber Foundation Grant Program open for applications
The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is reminding businesses and organizations in the region that the Lehigh Valley Main Street Foundation Grant Program is open and taking applications.
Supply chain changes drive membership to Traffic Club
While it was founded in 1934 to help the Lehigh Valley’s big manufacturers, like Bethlehem Steel, get their product to market, The Traffic Club of the Lehigh Valley has evolved greatly from its early days. And now, as supply chain and logistics issues have become more prominent in the public eye after the massive product shortages seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, the club has become more p[...]
Planning Commission works for smarter warehousing landscape
A Conversation With: Becky Bradley, executive director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission