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PREVIOUS OPENINGS AND CLOSINGS
– The Palmer Township Board of Supervisors denied a conditional use for 2 warehouses proposed by developer Abe Atiyeh.
– B. Braun purchased Starboard Medical’s Clif-FIX line of gadgets that safe catheters for an undisclosed value.
– The Lowhill Township Planning Fee denied a plan for a warehouse at 7503 Kernsville Street, saying it might change the character of the agricultural township.
– Simply A Dream Frozen Yogurt in Forks Township closed its doorways after 10 years.
– Khanisa’s Pudding Bar held a grand opening at its new Downtown Allentown Market location after having moved from Easton.
– Mussel Polymers Inc. says its glue for bonding carbon and artificial fibers is a giant step towards creating lighter and stronger fiber-reinforced supplies.
– Poke Bar 25 & Bubble Tea within the Outlets at Bethlehem (the Large buying heart on Easton Avenue in Bethlehem Township, on the border with the Metropolis of Bethlehem) will open in late November or early December.
– The previous Rosanna’s Restaurant in Bethlehem, which closed in February, will reopen as a deli and bar known as Rosa’s Nook.
– Victaulic has expanded in Tennessee with the acquisition of Tennessee Steel Fabricating, value not disclosed.
– The previous Forks Diner can be serving auto-repair clients by early spring of 2023 with a six-bay storage often called Wrenchtec.
– Lehigh County-based Shift4 Funds stepped in to assist the homeowners of Higher on the Bone Butcher and Deli in Pottstown lastly open their doorways.
– Mid Penn Financial institution opened a brand new, greater location in Blue Bell.
– Balloon Junction held a grand opening in Pottsville for its retailer providing customized balloon creations.
– Rentschler’s Ice Cream has reopened just some doorways down from its former location in Ringtown after it was destroyed by a hearth in February.
– Mill Avenue Aesthetics, a day spa and skincare boutique, held a grand opening in Belvidere, New Jersey.
– Provident Monetary Providers agreed to accumulate Lakeland Bancorp in a inventory deal valued at $1.3 billion, making a financial institution that can maintain 4% of the deposits in New Jersey.