May Augusta Yohe died in 1838, but many say she currently resides at the Hotel Bethlehem at 437 Main Street in Bethlehem.
The rise of Fast Medicine: Urgent care clinics offer benefits for patients and physicians, and some drawbacks.
Health care consumers are turning more and more to urgent care centers rather than traditional primary care offices. Patients are rushing to these walk-in centers, which offer medical care for minor emergencies and illnesses at a fraction of the cost of the traditional emergency room. LVB explores why.
State initiative invests in apprenticeship job training, education
Gov. Tom Wolf spoke at the 2019 Pennsylvania Apprenticeship Summit to highlight how his PAsmart initiative, which began in 2018, is preparing workers with on the job training for jobs in a wide variety of careers and providing businesses with a skilled workforce.
Mixed-use development underway off Route 378
Workers have begun highway improvements and site work for the The Shoppes at Old Saucon, a development at the intersection of Route 378 and Center Valley Parkway, a short distance from the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley.
Legacy Planning Partners joins Commonwealth Financial Network
Legacy Planning Partners, which was founded in Allentown in 1999 and now has offices in Plymouth Meeting and West Chester, has joined the Commonwealth Financial Network.
Live fundraiser helps LGBT Center pay off mortgage
Fifteen minutes. That’s how long it took the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center to pay off its mortgage Wednesday night, in a live fundraising campaign that executive director, Adrian Shanker admitted doesn’t happen every day in the nonprofit world.
The Morgan School, an “upscale daycare,” to open in Reading area
The Morgan School, billed as an upscale daycare, held a ribbon cutting on Oct. 29 to celebrate the new institution’s opening at 6120 Perkiomen Ave. in Exeter. The 6,300 square foot facility aims to focus on clients in the Exeter, Mt. Penn, Daniel Boone, Amity and Pottstown areas.
Historic office building in federal opportunity zone gets a buyer
The new owner of a historic, vacant office property in downtown Stroudsburg plans to keep the historic features of the building and occupy it with professional office tenants.
Paid family leave policies take hold in Lehigh Valley
Fathers discuss the benefits of paid parental leave for parents, regardless of gender.
Tax credit to aid creation of new shopping center with supermarket in Reading
A former automotive dealership in Reading will be transformed into a mixed-use retail shopping center with the aid of an almost $3 million dollar tax credit.
Developer lands first tenant at former Ingersoll Rand site
Bridge Development Partners said it landed a major tenant at a six-building, 3.85 million-square-foot industrial park under construction in Warren County, New Jersey, signing a lease with the Japanese clothing maker Uniqlo.
QNB cuts ribbon on new Allentown branch
Quakertown-based QNB Bank has officially opened its newest office with a ribbon cutting celebration.