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Don Cunningham

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  • What to do about warehouses?

    What to do about warehouses?
    The Lehigh Valley may be attached to its legacy as a place that makes stuff — steel, cement, Mack Trucks, etc. But the rest of the world, it seems, has come to see the region as something quite different: a distribution hub. This happens to be a...
  • Newcomers bring manufacturing jobs to Valley

    Newcomers bring manufacturing jobs to Valley
    In May, Gov. Tom Corbett stopped by the $35 million cardboard box plant that Pratt Corrugated Materials opened five months before in Lower Macungie Township. Three months later, he was back to visit a heavy-duty truck chassis assembly plant that...
  • Drug packaging companies gaining local foothold

    Next time you reach for that pill to help lower your blood pressure or to keep your arteries unclogged, you might have a Lehigh Valley company to thank — not for the drug itself, but for getting it to you. Over the past year, two drug packaging...
  • Bimbo Bakeries better than sliced bread?

    Bimbo Bakeries better than sliced bread?
    If you've ever bitten into a Ball Park bun, toasted a Thomas' English muffin or dunked an Entenmann's doughnut, you are already intimately familiar with the latest baker coming to town. But there's much more to Bimbo Bakeries USA than gut reaction....
  • REVIEW: Supra Blues Band, Cunningham & Associates are gifts at A Lehigh Valley Christmas concert

     
    At Sunday’s 17th A Lehigh Valley Christmas concert at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown, The James Supra Band was like waking up on Christmas morning. And Cunningham and Associates was like the present under the tree. Those two bands were......
  • Croslis sworn in as county executive

     
    Matt Croslis was sworn in as county executive during a private ceremony Thursday afternoon, according to a news release. President Judge Carol McGinley swore him in before family. He will serve through January. Croslis was appointed Wednesday evening by...
  • Musikfest Day 6: Pick of the Platzes on the best free-stage day of the whole festival

     
    Wednesday marks perhaps the best day of free-stage performances in all of Musikfest’s 30th year, including my top recommendation for a free stage for the whole festival: Holly Williams at Americaplatz at 5 p.m. today. Williams opened for Jewel at......
  • Reibman announces economic development plan

     
    Glenn Reibman listed off the accomplishments of his previous terms in county office Thursday before announcing his plans for the next. The former Northampton County executive announced his plan to expand the tax base by encouraging businesses to locate in...
  • Every endorsement matters. Even faceless ones

     
    John Hanger, the former public interest lawyer turned Environmental Protection secretary, was the first Democrat out of the campaign gate, announcing in November his intention to take on Gov. Tom Corbett, the Republican incumbent, in the 2014 election....
  • Cunningham asks residents to join in county bicentennial

    Cunningham asks residents to join in county bicentennial
    One of my earliest childhood memories is walking the streets of Bethlehem with my grandfather. As we walked, he would point to buildings and houses, telling me their history. Some of it was significant, and some of it was important only to him, but he...
  • Lehigh County reassessment favors high-end homes, commercially dense towns

    Lehigh County reassessment favors high-end homes, commercially dense towns
    Now that the property assessments are set and the taxes divvied up, the verdict is in on winners and losers in Lehigh County as it undergoes its first real estate reassessment in more than two decades. The changing landscape favors higher-priced...