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  • D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. is sponsoring a $5,000 tuition award to a new student veteran for the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg's Brewing Arts Program. 
  • NAI Summit sells 6584 Ruch Road in Bethlehem located right off Airport Road. The buyer plans to use the location to provide vintage auto restorations on high end vintage British motor cars.
  • Cedar Crest College is adding a doctoral degree to its academic offerings with the Nurse Anesthesia Program.
  • Inspirit Senior Living aquires The Palmerton (formerly The Village at Palmerton) and The Willow (formerly The Village at Willow Lane) located in Macungie. 
  • Easton Arts Academy to hold grand opening ribbon-cutting Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 4:15 p.m.
  • Michaela Murphy, acclaimed professional storyteller, actress, teacher, coach, writer and entrepreneur was recently appointed Director of Education at Bucks County Playhouse.
  • Easton-based Bosch Rexroth celebrates 50 years in the U.S.
  • KidsPeace has appointed Randall G. Hines, Ph.D., MJA to the post of Executive Director of Hospital Services.  Hines’ career spans more than 40 years, most recently, he served as chief executive officer of Anchor Hospital in Atlanta, GA. Hines will be responsible for the programs offered at KidsPeace Psychiatric Hospital, a 120-bed children’s inpatient psychiatric facility in Orefield, PA.
  • Don Bernhard elected as new chairperson for the Allentown Economic Development Corporation. He replaces Sy Traub, who stepped down in August.
  • Cetronia Ambulance Corps wins 2017 Health & Wellness award for community service report on how Cetronia has impacted the community.
  • Lezzer Lumber, Inc. acquires People's Building Supply in Stockertown

 


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