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Business, The Neighborhood Files
National Public Radio’s “Car Talk” guys retire in October, but the show will continue on WDIY, Lehigh Valley's Public Radio.
After 25 years, "Car Talk," the popular radio show on NPR, broadcast on Lehigh Valley Public Radio WDIY, is ending its show.
Weis Markets announces it has begun construction of its 68,000-square foot superstore in Fogelsville.
Land movers on the site of the new Ocean Spray factory prepare the ground for construction near Schantz Road.
Police & Fire, Business
The A.L. Bazzini warehouse in Upper Macungie, where a worker had his arm amputated in a machine last year, was fined by OSHA for health and safety violations.
A new company that fabricates steel for bridges will take over the Rarlon Iron Works buildings on Farm Bureau Road.
The Upper Macungie Planning Commission approves plans for a new 375,000 square-foot warehouse that will be built without a tenant to occupy it.
Government, Business, Patch's House & Home
Upper Macungie Planners approve Niagara Bottling’s plans to add an 8,700 square-foot addition onto its manufacturing facility on Industrial Boulevard.
International Battery announces that it could not make a profit, and had to close its Upper Macungie plant, putting about 60 workers out of work.
Business, The Neighborhood Files, News
The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail - including Clover Hill and Vynecrest in Upper Macungie – celebrate the Chambourcin harvest Oct. 15 and 16.
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