Shapiro announced $44B budget that gives, and takes away
Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro introduced his first budget plan to the state’s legislature Tuesday, promoting a spending plan he called conservative, that would save taxpayers money.
SLUHN earns recognition for behavioral health care plan
St. Luke’s University Health Network’s (SLUHN) approach to reducing hospital readmissions for behavioral health issues has earned it an Achievement Award from The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP).
Lehigh Valley Nestle buildings among priciest sales in U.S.
The Lehigh Valley was home to two of the top 50 U.S. industrial sales in 2022 according to a report published by CommercialSearch, an online commercial real estate company.
Shapiro: $2,500 tax credit for new teachers, nurses, police officers
Last week, Gov. Josh Shapiro announced he will propose a three-year tax incentive of up to $2,500 a year for newly certified teachers, nurses and police officers in his upcoming Budget Address.
PASSHE seeks $112M to bolster engineering education
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education said that it has a plan to help address the shortage of engineers.
Martin Guitar makes charitable donations
The Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation has announced 72 grants totaling $471,000 to nonprofits in the Lehigh Valley region and around the country.
Conquering unconscious decision-making biases
Managers are asked to make decisions every day.
Interior design influences and impacts higher education facilities
Interior design, architecture and engineering are constantly evolving and this evolution has greatly accelerated since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater Valley YMCA CEO to retire
After 36 years of service, the president and CEO of the Greater Valley YMCA has announced is Retirment.
Letter from the editor: Gettin’ down to business in 2023
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Hershey Company’s inclusion of trans woman creates heated dialogue online
The Hershey Company’s celebration of Women’s History Month included an image of Fae Johnstone, a transgender woman, on the chocolate bar’s wrapper, prompting heated dialogue online with critics calling for a boycott of the company’s products.
Reading company gets state loan to manufacture specialty wheelchair vans
J-Van Body Inc., a minority-owned business in Reading, was approved for a $195,000 loan from the Pennsylvania Minority Business Development Authority to produce specialty vans for people with disabilities.