Pennsylvania latest state to approve NIL for scholastic athletes
Pennsylvania on Wednesday became the 21st state in the country to approve NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) on the high school level.
Bethlehem awards Enterprise Zone tax credits for two projects
Two Bethlehem projects have been awarded Enterprise Zone tax credits through the Neighborhood Assistance Program.
SBA reports on Fiscal Year 2022 lending in Eastern Pa.
Loans via SBA 7(a), 504, and microloan programs in eastern Pennsylvania totaled 1,405 and approximately $733.3 million.
Catholic Charities moves to Sacred Heart Hospital campus
Catholic Charities for the Diocese of Allentown is moving to Seton Hall.
Region’s ski season opening with anniversaries and new features
Ski season is upon the Greater Lehigh Valley and Poconos regions and area ski resorts are promoting wht they will be offering for the 2022-23 season to get people to hit the slopes.
PPL Foundation grants $500K to area nonprofits
The PPL Foundation recently awarded $500,000 in funding to support 17 nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives and well-being of individuals throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania.
Alvernia nursing program moved, renamed in honor of donor
Nursing programs will now be offered in the John and Karen Arnold School of Nursing and will be located at the newly named John R. Post Center at Reading CollegeTowne.
SLUHN hospitals honored by watchdog group
St. Luke’s University Heath Network shined in the Leapfrog Group 2022 Top Hospitals and Top Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) rankings.
Lehigh University adopts platform to streamline budgeting, forecasting, planning
Lehigh University has contracted with Chicago-based Syntellis Performance Solutions to streamline budget development, forecasting and capital planning.
Threshold Rehabilitation Services president, CEO retiring, successor named
Threshold Rehabilitation Services Inc., a human services agency serving Berks County, said that President and CEO Thomas W. McNelis is retiring at the end of the year.
LVHN breaks ground on neighborhood hospital in Lower Macungie
Lower Macungie Township will have a new hospital by the end of 2023.
PDBA adopts broadband plan, Sen. Kane urges Pa. residents to review access map
The PA Broadband Development Authority voted unanimously to adopt the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Broadband Plan that will focus on four challenge areas and explore opportunities for universal broadband access in Pennsylvania.