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Bethlehem Steel

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  • Loca Bethlehem Steel photos accepted by Library of Congress

    Photographs of Bethlehem Steel Corporation taken by long-time industrial photographer Peter Treiber of Bethlehem have been accepted into the Library of Congress' permanent collection. Treiber began photographing plants, mines and shipyards of the now...
  • South Bethlehem

     
    One of my columns last week included an email from a former south Bethlehem resident who felt I disparaged his neighborhood and his neighbors in a column this spring. The column he was unhappy about was inspired by my enthusiasm......
  • AG ends investigation of National Museum of Industrial History

    AG ends investigation of National Museum of Industrial History
    The state attorney general's office has concluded its investigation into the finances of the National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem and construction on the long-overdue project could begin this fall, according to museum interim CEO L....
  • Tax breaks for veterans unfair to other retirees [Letter]

    Tax breaks for veterans unfair to other retirees [Letter]
    As a 67-year-old retiree living in Maryland my whole life I am sick and tired of politicians picking winners and losers ("Hogan tells veterans he would eliminate state income tax on military pensions July 16). As one of the tens of thousand of Bethlehem...
  • James J. Connolly, manager

    James J. Connolly, manager
    James J. Connolly, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. manager whose career spanned 40 years, died July 4 of liver cancer at his Towson home. He was 85. The son of Harry T. Connolly, president of the old Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad, and...
  • A peek inside Allentown's high-end hotel

    With its Dime Bank entrance, industrial look and locally inspired artwork, the new Renaissance Hotel is designed to be uniquely Allentown. But there's one thing about the 170-room edifice that most don't associate with a downtown that's been in decline...
  • Stake in Sparrows Point could be sold to local group

    Stake in Sparrows Point could be sold to local group
    The owner of the closed Sparrows Point steel mill is working on selling a "significant percentage" of its stake in the property to local buyers, raising hopes for its eventual redevelopment. An attorney disclosed the potential sale this week in a court...
  • Allentown, Bethlehem's brewery chances sinking like a Stone

    Allentown and Bethlehem appear to be out of the running to host Stone Brewing Co.'s East Coast brewery. After inviting applicants from cities and towns up and down the East Coast, the expanding California craft brewer has narrowed its options for...
  • Phantoms owners may buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem

    The $177 million PPL Center hasn't even opened, but the Lehigh Valley Phantoms owners are already looking to expand — sort of. Jim and Rob Brooks are in talks to buy Steel Ice Center in Bethlehem. The addition of the two-rink facility on former...
  • Runner's World Half Marathon unveils faster Bethlehem course

    Runners taking part in the 2014 Runner's World Half Marathon on Oct. 19 will feel something they hadn't felt in the previous two years of the Rodale publication's signature race: speed. During a media conference on Tuesday at SteelStacks in Bethlehem,...
  • Kamenetz lowballs Sparrows Point [Letter]

    Kamenetz lowballs Sparrows Point [Letter]
    Before Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz cites figures of past employment in his county, he needs to check the facts. Sparrows Point, under the operation of the Bethlehem Steel Company, had at last 55,000 employees in the steel mill and shipyard...