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  • St. Luke's to move 1,000 employees to former Agere headquarters

    St. Luke's to move 1,000 employees to former Agere headquarters
    About 1,000 employees of St. Luke's University Hospital Network are poised to move into the former Agere Systems headquarters, breathing new life into the modern landmark along Route 22 once thought left for dead by corporate turnover, the network announced Thursday.
  • Annual auto show cruises into Valley

    Annual auto show cruises into Valley
    WATCH/READ THIS: 'Cars are the stars' at 2015 Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show, which runs through Sunday. .. Don Cunningham says Valley doesn't have to take a back seat to anybody when it comes to economic development. .. The Watchdog: IRS expects to...

    'Perfect storm' turns Lehigh County into beverage mecca

    'Perfect storm' turns Lehigh County into beverage mecca
    When Lehigh County Authority took the unusual step of restricting water use in western Lehigh County in 2009, the announcement came with a caveat that rankled some customers: the summertime rules did not apply to industrial users. The exception for...

    Don Cunningham: Lehigh Valley is the beverage capital of Pennsylvania

    Don Cunningham: Lehigh Valley is the beverage capital of Pennsylvania
    It's hard to imagine now but picture this. It's a hot summer day, you got the kids packed in the car and you're driving down to the Outer Banks of North Carolina for a week at the beach. Far from home. Leaving the Lehigh Valley behind. You pull into a...

    Boom times for Lehigh Valley beverage businesses

    Boom times for Lehigh Valley beverage businesses
    Lehigh Valley manufacturing used to mean Bethlehem Steel, Mack Trucks and big, heavy things infused with the testosterone of the men who pounded them into shape. But today it's more about food and drink — especially what we drink. The region's...