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Past:
  • MLive
  • PennLive.com
  • NJ.com

Recent articles by Sue:

New tip rules for restaurant workers in Pa. aren’t ‘going to change the world’

In March, the Regulatory Review Commission voted unanimously to approve a Department of Labor & Industry regulation to raise pay for those who receive a “tipped minimum wage." → Read More

Still having a hard time finding your favorite peanut butter? Here’s why

Depending on where you shop, peanut butter shelves are still looking sparse. → Read More

Wawa pushing deeper into Pa. with plan for up to 40 new convenience stores

The suburban Philadelphia-based chain does not operate any stores west of the Susquehanna River. → Read More

Pa. invests additional $8.2 million in ByHeart baby formula plant near Lehigh Valley

The administration said the investment will support increased capacity and hiring that will ultimately feed up to 500,000 more babies. → Read More

Boycott over Martin’s Potato Rolls’ tie to Pa. governor candidate goes nationwide

Martin's executive chair Jim Martin and other family members have donated to far-right candidate Doug Mastriano’s campaign. → Read More

Pa. Ice Cream Trail 2022 launches with 30 cool stops including 2 in Lehigh Valley

To win a prize, simply stop at 10 ice cream spots along the trail this summer. → Read More

Giant store pharmacies carrying COVID-19 treatments including Paxlovid

The medications to treat COVID-19 must be prescribed by a customer’s healthcare provider. → Read More

Avian influenza detected in poultry at fourth farm in Pennsylvania

While avian influenza poses no risk to the public, state Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding said last week the need to stay vigilant is a priority. → Read More

Pennsylvania confirms first case of avian influenza in domestic poultry

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture confirmed the case in Lancaster County. → Read More

Commission approves base pay increases for tipped workers in Pennsylvania

Gov. Wolf has been pushing for workplace improvements such as higher minimum wage in Pennsylvania. → Read More

Wawa convenience store chain inching further west into Sheetz’s Pa. territory

The convenience store chain, known for its coffee and hoagies, is already a Lehigh Valley fixture. → Read More

Central Pa. brewery to be partly powered by sun

Solar panels will be up and working at Troegs Independent Brewery in Hershey by late 2022. → Read More

Here are 13 sweet stops in Pennsylvania for ice cream this summer

There are hundreds of ice cream places in the state but we boiled this list down to a few favorites. → Read More

Margaritas or martinis to-go? Takeout drinks could soon be permanent in Pa.

Originally, the law signed by Gov. Tom Wolf in May 2020, was designed as a temporary lifesaver during the height of the coronavirus pandemic shutdowns. → Read More

Farm Show to host spring food fest with milkshakes, beer, potato donuts and more

The Spring Food Fest will take place in the North Lot of the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center. → Read More

Sheetz, Wegmans named best places to work in the United States

Fortune released its annual list earlier in the week. → Read More

Pa. restaurants call for financial help, reforms to survive blows from coronavirus pandemic

The state's restaurant industry made a plea for help during a House Commerce Committee hearing. → Read More

15 more Pa. restaurants receive closure notices for defying COVID orders

They included Taste of Sicily in Palmyra, Kuppy's Diner in Middletown and Denny's Lennies in Halifax. → Read More

Valley restaurant among 33 more ordered to close in Pa. for defying COVID-19 orders

The enforcement actions took place between Dec. 21 and 27. → Read More

Pa. Farm Show butter sculpture canceled due to COVID-19

The butter sculpture is one of the hallmarks of the annual Farm Show. → Read More