Chris Lampe, co-owner and production manager of Easton’s Weyerbacher Brewing Co. , has been named president of the Brewers of Pennsylvania, the state’s official beer guild.
With President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans intent on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, officials from Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration said the state could lose nearly 36 billion in federal health care funding for Pennsylvanians over the next 10 years and have an adverse effect on people’s lives.
A manufacturer of products for the food and beverage industry and an American automaker now occupy an industrial facility in Hanover Township, Northampton County.
The city of Allentown has received a nearly 300,000 State Transportation Alternatives Program grant for two projects aimed at improving pedestrian safety.
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles will be closed for six to seven weeks as Hollenbach Construction of Boyertown completes long-awaited renovations to the museum’s main gallery.
Entering its 20th year, the Lehigh Valley Auto Show will feature makes and models from 32 manufacturers during the four-day event at Lehigh University's Goodman Campus.
Fans of Mike and Ike and Hot Tamales candy apparently also are gamers.
An unconventional leader in innovation will be the guest speaker at this year's idea exchange hosted by Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
A Montgomery County attorney has been appointed co-chair of the newly formed Medical Marijuana and Hemp Law Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
If final approvals are met, the owner of a Harley-Davidson dealership will build a new location for his business in Whitehall Township.
It's now voting week for a student video contest showcasing what it's like to work in the manufacturing industry.
The statistics for family business succession are a bit staggering at first glance – 33 percent survive to the second generation and only 5 percent to the third generation.
Your only child was happy to walk away from the family business at the age of 18, and your key employee of 20 years has made it clear that she is not interested in buying your healthy but stressful business.
There are times when a business buyer and business seller want to work together but just cannot agree on the price.
On the surface, a company may appear to be a good investment for a buyer, but the potential purchaser must look beyond the polished exterior.