Graham Engineering acquires Kennedy Tool & Die
York-based Graham Engineering Co. has acquired Kennedy Tool & Die Inc. of Birdsboro, Berks County.
Air Products continues efforts to reach net-zero carbon emissions
Air Products is furthering its commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund offers grants
Two regional grants, one for green building projects and one for clean energy workforce development programs, are being offered through the Met-Ed / Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund.
Industrial Property Group at SVN | Imperial Realty sign six leases
The Industrial Property Group at SVN | Imperial Realty recently leased 208,000 square feet to six tenants in Lehigh Valley.
PASSHE launches next phase of redesign
The State System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors has launched the next phase of its redesign.
Hartman’s Butcher Shop under new ownership
Hartman’s Butcher Shop in New Tripoli will reopen this fall under new ownership.
Berks County project chosen for Business In Our Sites grant and loan
A project in Berks County is among nine to receive approval through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) that will empower communities and economic development partners to attract businesses by building an inventory of ready sites.
Shift4 will process ticket sales for New Orleans Saints and Pelicans
Allentown’s Shift4 is the official payment solution provider for the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans.
Pandemic-related tax changes means many haven’t seen returns
It may be more than halfway through 2022, but accountants are steal dealing with the 2021 tax return season thanks to pandemic related changes and backlogs with the Internal Revenue Service.
Penn Community Bank seeks charities for grant program
Perkasie-based Penn Community Bank is seeking applications from area nonprofits for grants funded by the Penn Community Bank Foundation.
Business owners face possible tax increase if UC Trust Fund not solvent by November
Business owners could be hit with increased taxes starting next year if the state Unemployment Compensation (UC) Trust Fund is not solvent. Alex Halper, director of government affairs for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce, said the chamber is working with legislators to make sure the UC Trust Fund is funded so business owners don’t see […]
Reading out from under distressed municipality status
Reading city’s distressed municipality status has been terminated as of today, according to the state Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Acting Secretary Neil Weaver.