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  • Bethlehem Township seeks grant to repair, clean Housenick Park mansion

    Bethlehem Township officials are hoping to get about $40,000 through the county gaming authority to put toward chimney repairs and interior cleaning of the historic mansion in Housenick Park. Commissioner Tom Nolan said Monday night that the request...
  • An objective view of Saucon Valley teacher contract talks

    I read with interest the Your View, written by Roger Ochse, a former executive at Bethlehem Steel, about the Saucon Valley School District educational dilemma. I agree with everything Mr. Ochse says. It is enjoyable to read a rational and objective...
  • Online retailer bringing 1,200 jobs to Bethlehem

    Online retailer bringing 1,200 jobs to Bethlehem
    Online retailer zulily will open a fulfillment center in Bethlehem, creating 1,200 full-time jobs over the next three years, the governor's office announced Wednesday. The Seattle-based company will open a warehouse in an 800,000-square-foot building...
  • With bird's-eye view of rebirth of World Trade Center, Bucks artist captures 'Downtown Rising'

    With bird's-eye view of rebirth of World Trade Center, Bucks artist captures 'Downtown Rising'
    Todd Stone was in his Tribeca studio six blocks from the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, working literally in the shadow of the twin towers in downtown Manhattan. Stone, a well-known abstract artist, ran to his rooftop when the first plane hit,...
  • Zulily's Bethlehem warehouse is Lehigh Valley's 'biggest economic' coup of 2014

    Zulily's Bethlehem warehouse is Lehigh Valley's 'biggest economic' coup of 2014
    Kaitie Burger's love affair with the online retailer Zulily began a little more than a year ago on a tip from a friend. The young company started out as a discount site with mainly children's clothing and gear marketed to moms. But Burger, who has no...
  • Baltimore area is getting more breweries

    Baltimore area is getting more breweries
    Brewer Justin Bonner acknowledges that he used to be more of a wine geek. But he said he stopped short of buying a vineyard on the Eastern Shore when he realized it just how tough it would be to grow quality grapes in Maryland. Nonetheless, the former...
  • Roger Ochse: Saucon school board ignores basic business rules

    Roger Ochse: Saucon school board ignores basic business rules
    Do you remember Pumsy the Dragon? If you have lived in the Saucon Valley School District as long as I have, you probably remember the Saucon Valley Board of Education that courageously purged Pumsy from our community's schools. What is not remembered is...
  • 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,...
  • A year after bankruptcy, lives unsettled still

    A year after bankruptcy, lives unsettled still
    The closing of the steel mill at Sparrows Point overwhelmed Bob Jennings. Too young to retire at 59, he faced a gloomy job market for local manufacturing workers and a bureaucracy that couldn't get him timely training help. He felt like a failure. No,...