In conjunction with National Plan for Vacation Day, the Pennsylvania Tourism Office Tuesday released its annual “Happy Traveler” guide designed as a resource for people looking for vacation ideas in the state.
For the first time, the Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy is bringing its Stock Market Challenge to secondary school students in Carbon County, so that they can learn about investing and other important financial skills.
Governor Tom Wolf called for Pennsylvania to raise its minimum wage from $7.25 to $12 by the beginning of July.
A Bala Cynwyd-based construction company is being fined more than $600,000 by OSHA for three instances of exposing employees to fall hazards at worksites in the Lehigh Valley.
UGI Utilities Inc. of Reading, wants to raise its base rate by nearly $75 million a year affecting commercial, industrial, and residential customers.
Curt Snyder, the owner, president and CEO of North Lebanon Township-based Kercher Enterprises, acquired Bradley Pulverizer Co. on Jan. 14.
Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement officials filed a brief this week arguing that the federal Securities and Exchange Commission should have the power to require defendants accused of defrauding investors to give back their fraudulent earnings.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board opened its newest Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection store in Muhlenberg Township, Berks County.
Reading Hospital is looking to better support its diverse workforce through understanding which language their employees speak at home. The hospital, which employs close to 7,000 people, found that its employees speak at least 37 languages, according to a survey by the hospital’s Diversity & Inclusion Council.
The Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors named Jack Gross, president of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Cassidon Realty, Cassidon Property Management, and Petra Holdings and Development in Bethlehem, as the new president.
A new home insurance app called Openly designed to enhance the offerings of independent insurers to homeowners is now live in Pennsylvania
Lehigh Valley Health Network will switch from Sodexo to Compass One Healthcare for food services. Sodexo, the Maryland-based food services management company, issued a WARN notice earlier this month.