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With its black color and sleek design jutting 10 stories into the Allentown skyline, a proposed new sales headquarters of United Fiber & Data is what you might expect for a company bankrolled by alternative rock band Live. "This is badass," said Bill...
Valley 610When you’re looking at campaign finance reports, the people who give candidates money are often more interesting than where candidates spend it. But that’s not the case with Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski’s latest report. In the first four...
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski promised transparency Wednesday in the search for a new police chief, with everyone in the city involved in some way in the hiring process. At a news conference, Pawlowski announced the search for a new chief will...
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Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan gazed out of the dining room at Iacocca Hall atop Lehigh University's South Mountain campus upon what he considers the poster-child of sustainable development. The 330-foot-tall former Bethlehem Steel Corp. headquarters...
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski will be providing an update on Wednesday into the search for a new police chief. The mayor has scheduled a 2 p.m. news conference "on the selection process for the City of Allentown's next police chief," his office...
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The Lehigh County Authority outbid its closest competitor by $15 million in the race to take control of Allentown's water and sewer systems, although it also offered a smaller annual royalty fee to the city. Bid information, which was released for the...
Allentown Fire Chief Robert Scheirer thanked several people Wednesday at the groundbreaking of the city's new $1.8 million, three-bay East Side fire station. But he would have been remiss if he didn't mention Wawa. Since the closing of the former...
Most Lehigh Valley residents are rooting for Allentown's 8,500-seat hockey arena to rejuvenate the struggling downtown, but just half plan on taking part personally in the revival. That's a key finding of a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll that...
Blogging with Bill WhiteDuring my trip to Scottsdale, Ariz., this spring, we took in a San Francisco Giants preseason game, and the friend my wife and I were visiting proposed a bet. We would wager $20 on the final records of my team,......
Blogging with Bill WhiteThere are lots of differences between Bethlehem and other places. One of the biggest ones – how the public’s business is conducted – was on display at Thursday night’s Allentown City Council. Bethlehem has been praised many times...
An Allentown couple given special recognition at the 25th annual Allentown Arts Ovation Awards for their support of the arts in Allentown asked others to do the same so future generations can continue to benefit. Charlie and Ruth Marcon, both Lehigh...
Allentown's recently approved water and sewer lease is "credit positive" for the city, according to a news release from Moody's Investors Service. A "credit positive" label indicates that the lease will have a positive financial impact on the city...
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