Because of its unique geographical position the Lehigh Valley is making strides in the world of e-commerce. This is all thanks to the rising demand and supply for online shopping. With the advent of the internet, many things have changed. It has made life move faster and has revolutionized the communication, entertainment and the trading industries. The challenge now is not to create a faster way of exchanging information anymore, but physically keeping up with that speed. And, that is where Lehigh Valley comes in.... read more
There are plenty of things to do in Pennsylvania this spring. From Philadelphia to Montgomery County and Bucks County to the Lehigh Valley, there's something for everyone across our area to celebrate the warmer weather and sunshine. Read more happenings in our area by clicking here. Philadelphia & Montgomery County
LOVE Park Reopening – For those who might be unfamiliar with Philadelphia, the LOVE sculpture is an iconic symbol of the City of Brotherly Love. It has been fully restored and makes ... read more
There's plenty of fun events and festivals happening in the surrounding area. Find out more here! What is Vino in The Valley?
Vino in the Valley is an event that the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail arranges every year. The event is held every weekend during March. The program has a passport concept. But don't worry! You don't need a real passport, just one that the organizers provide you with which will cost you $35 (A great deal, but there are no refunds). If you're a wine fan get your passports as soon as p... read more
Here they are! The set of Open Houses this weekend features stunning properties in Bucks County, Lehigh Valley, New Jersey and Montgomery County. Is one your dream home? Find out by stopping by! You can see more upcoming Open Houses by clicking here. ... read more
A few weeks ago, we talked about Pennsylvania’s latest political state. Click here to catch up on what’s going on in Harrisburg. But since then, there have been some major updates that are creating an even stickier situation in the Pennsylvania capitol.
Back in January, it was determined that Pennsylvania’s congressional map was biased toward Republicans, meaning that it gave the party an unfair advantage for campaigning in its territories for elections. Long story short: there was clear evidenc... read more