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Milford Digest

Take a look at these homes on the market in Milford

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Immaculate . New granite kitchen counter tops. Entire house is great condition. Wood ceilings. Hardwood floors. Many updates. Bright sunny windows. Full dry

FDA licenses new PA pharmaceutical facility to manufacture flu vaccine

On Thursday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research granted Sanofi Pasteur approval to use their manufacturing facility in Swiftwater, Penn. to make influenza vaccines. Sanofi’s Swiftwater facility further expands production and distribution of Sanofi’s Fluzone High-Dose Quadrivalent for the upcoming 2021-2022 influenza season...
Freehold Township, NJNJBIZ

Columbia Bank to acquire Freehold Bank

Columbia Bank and Freehold Bank will merge, according to a June 17 announcement from the financial institutions. Under the terms of the agreement, Columbia Bank MHC, the mutual holding company that owns Columbia Financial Inc., will acquire Freehold, with Freehold MHC and Freehold Bancorp merging into Columbia Bank MHC and Columbia Financial, respectively. Freehold Bank will convert to a federal savings bank and operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Columbia Financial.
Allentown Morning Call

Lehigh Valley vineyard’s Mack truck to help grace manufacturer’s 2022 calendar

A Northampton County winery’s Mack truck will help grace one of the months of the company’s 2022 calendar. Franklin Hills Vineyard in Lower Mount Bethel Township was among an unspecified number of Mack owners who submitted photos to the truck maker. The women-operated winery won for its medium-duty truck, aka the MD Series, which is built in Virginia’s Roanoke Valley.
Upper Macungie Township, PAAllentown Morning Call

Biopharma services company expanding in Upper Macungie. Project includes 5-story testing facility

A company that provides packaging, logistics, storage and distribution services for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries is expanding in Upper Macungie Township. Yourway announced this month that work is underway at its headquarters at 6681 Snowdrift Road, a major project that will nearly double the company’s campus to more than 300,000 square feet while boosting its temperature-controlled storage capacity.

New vaccine manufacturing facility to bring 200 jobs to Swiftwater

Nearly 200 jobs are being created in Swiftwater through the opening of a new flu vaccine manufacturing facility. Writer Stacy Wescoe has her finger on the pulse of the business community in the Greater Lehigh Valley and keeps you up-to-date with technology and trends, plus what coworkers and competitors are talking about around the water cooler — and on social media. She can be reached at or 610-807-9619, ext. 4104. Follow her on Twitter and on Facebook.
Northampton County,

Meet Lehigh Valley Business’ Power 30 in Law

Welcome to Lehigh Valley Business’s Power 30 in Law list. These are attorneys who, through their roles as leaders, help fashion policies, settle disputes and ensure fairness in the Lehigh Valley. Our Power 30 is a list that recognizes those who shape our communities and influence our quality of life. This is not a ranking, but a vehicle to introduce readers to the people who impact the way we live. To do that, we asked them to introduce themselves and share something personal. We hope you enjoy getting to know them.
Allentown, PAAllentown Morning Call

Prolific developer’s Allentown company buys another building in downtown Scranton

Prolific developer Charles Jefferson has purchased another building in downtown Scranton. A Jefferson company, Scranton-Kane LLC of Allentown, bought a four-story commercial structure at 116 N. Washington Ave. for $2.45 million from North Washington Group LLC of Dunmore, according to public records of real estate transactions. Jefferson’s other properties in Scranton include several commercial structures, some of which he converted into apartment/residential buildings.
Bethlehem, PATimes News

Buckno Lisicky names equity shareholders

Buckno Lisicky & Company announced it has named Chris Betley, CPA, and David J. Marakovits, CPA, CFE, CGMA, as equity shareholders to the firm. Betley received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Moravian College in 2006 and became a Certified Public Accountant in 2014. Betley joined Buckno Lisicky & Company...

South Street apartment developers defend proposed gift to DOT: ‘We’re not trying to sneak one by this board’

Representatives of apartments proposed next door to Morristown’s historic Vail Mansion on Thursday defended an attempt to boost the project’s size, and said the units would be marketed to affluent empty-nesters. A traffic consultant also testified that 39 new apartments and an unspecified retail tenant would have an “imperceptible” impact...

OmniActive Presents Research at American Society of Nutrition Conference

Morristown, NJ, and Mumbai, India—OmniActive Health Technologies has presented multiple studies at the American Society of Nutrition conference, according to a press release from the company. The studies the company presented have all been published in Current Developments in Nutrition. Summaries of these studies below:. OmniActive conducted a pharmacokinetic study...
Forks Township, PAWFMZ-TV Online

Forks Township OKs conditional use for Richmond Road warehouse

FORKS TWP., Pa. – Plans could soon be underway for a warehouse facility along Richmond Road in Forks Township, right across from an assisted living community. Allentown-based GNAP Development LLC is hoping to construct a 266,190-square-foot warehouse facility on a 17.57-acre lot on Richmond Road. The property sits across from the Country Meadows Retirement Communities.
Morris County,

Do you enjoy farms, farmers markets? Let Morris County know!

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Do you shop at farmers markets and local roadside stands for fruits and vegetables? Perhaps your family prefers local garden shops to big-box stores for finding spring and summer plants. Some people just love visiting Morris County’s many farms to see the animals, pick pumpkins and breathe the country air. Then again, maybe none of it matters to you.