The Butz family, which has donated $2 million to arts organizations during the past 10 years, called on other area businesses to follow their lead as they accepted the Arts Ovation Legacy Award from Allentown Arts Commission.
The Commission’s 30th anniversary Ovation Award ceremony in Allentown’s center city Radisson Hotel ballroom Sept. 27 also honored six other recipients who have had a major impact on Allentown’s arts community.
Presenting the Legacy Award, the Arts...
Scrap policy is evolving and how the United States responds matters, and matters a lot.
That’s what panelists told a crowd assembled at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Energy & Environment Outlook and Expo, Sept. 21, Homewood Suites, Center Valley, presented by the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Ground zero for those changes are occurring in China. The communist country has recently banned certain materials and is requiring exporters to ship materials that are almost...
Closed sales rebounded at the conclusion of the house sales summer season, increasing 4.7 percent in August, the first increase in closed sales in 2018 since January.
Houses were only on the market, on average, for one month in August.
According to the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR) latest report, released Sept. 14, the percentage of closed sales increased in August, reversing a sixth-straight-month decline, up 4.7 percent to 907, compared to 866 closed sales in August...
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) has named Sean A. Boyle, president of Boyle Construction, Inc., as the 2018 recipient of the Collegiate Award of Distinction, which is determined each year by the college’s Board of Trustees.
The award was presented to Boyle, honorary chair of the 25th annual LCCC Foundation Golf Classic, at Lehigh Country Club during the golf classic’s dinner Aug. 27.
The LCCC Board of Trustees selects the Collegiate Award of Distinction to recognize a...
There’s a new medical helicopter in the skies above the Lehigh Valley and surrounding communities.
Geisinger’s Life Flight program is providing air ambulance transportation services for the St. Luke’s system.
The collaboration features Life Flight 6, a medical helicopter owned by St. Luke’s and leased to Geisinger, that is based at Jack Arner Airport near Lehighton, Carbon County. This is the same base utilized by previous air ambulances serving the St. Luke’s system.
The topsy-turvy Lehigh Valley house sales market continued in July with closed sales and new listings down by double digits and median sales price and average sales price up by double digits. A key factor is the decline in inventory by more than one-third of houses for sale.
And the “B-Word” is being mentioned, as in real estate bubble when the bubble of increasing house prices could burst as it did a decade ago in the Great Recession of 2007-2008, which was attributed in large part...
New Tripoli Bank has announced that Sundra Bachman has been promoted to Vice President-Senior Branch Manager in charge of Branch Retail Staff.
Bachman has more than 20 years of banking experience and has been with New Tripoli Bank for 11 years.
She has served in various positions within the branch network, most recently as Manager of the Claussville Office.
Bachman is on the Board of Directors of the Emmaus Main Street Partners.
Moravian College has been named one of the Best 384 Colleges in the nation according to The Princeton Review in the newest edition of its college guide, “The Best 384 Colleges.”
Included was a 90 out of 99 “Quality of Life” rating for “Campus Life” and a 93 out of 99 “Fire Safety” rating.
“Of course, our students, their families, and our alumni know what a special place Moravian is to go to college,” said Bryon Grigsby, president of Moravian College. “This acknowledgment from...
St. Luke’s School of Nursing held its 150th commencement Aug. 9 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Allentown.
“The nursing program here at St. Luke’s is unique,” said Nursing School Director Sandra Mesics, RN. “Our curriculum is diverse and comprehensive, and our students benefit from the tremendous amount of resources we have throughout our Network. We also seek to employ many of the nurses we train, so it’s a win-win.”
The graduation ceremony included 65 students, compared to...
Lehigh Carbon Community College offers a six-credit, spring 2019 semester, cooperative course for enrolled LCCC students to live and work at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., or Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif.
Informational meetings are at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6 and Sept. 18, Academic Resource Center, Room 111, main campus, Schnecksville, North Whitehall Township. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend the meetings.
Students may apply for the program at:...