Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) offers programs in the health-care field at LCCC campuses in Allentown and Tamaqua.
Free health-care information sessions are: 5 p.m. Jan. 24, March 21 and May 9, and 9 a.m. Feb. 13, April 10 and June 5.
Courses include “Community Health Worker,” “EKG Technician and CPR Training,” “Medical Office Administrator” and “Nurse Aide Orientation.
Pre-registration is required by calling 610-799-1669.
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) holds noncredit exercise classes.
Classes are 6 - 7 p.m. Mondays at the main LCCC campus in Schnecksville.
For a list of courses: lccc.edu; 610-799-1942
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org; 610-799-1197
At 57, Barbara DiMarcantonio of Martins Creek, Northampton County, knew enough to wear wrist guards when on New Year’s Eve one year ago she went to the roller rink with her granddaughter. But her skate hit something sticky or slippery on the floor, and instead of falling on her arms, her legs splayed apart.
“It sounds pretty benign,” said orthopedic surgeon Nicholas Avallone, MD of St. Luke’s University Health Network Orthopedic Care. “But she fell the wrong way and suffered a...
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC), a certified training center specified by the Pennsylvania Training Commission, offers courses for Pennsylvania police officers, Act 235 security officers and civilians who possess firearms or carry self-defense tools.
For a course list, including dates, times and fees: www.lccc.edu/publicsafety; 610-799-1780.
To register: email@example.com....
More than 90,000 visitors attended Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem, the holiday marketplace at SteelStacks in Bethlehem weekends from Nov. 15-Dec. 23, setting a new attendance record for the event. Total 2018 attendance was 92,297, up nearly four percent over the previous record of 88,923 set in 2017.
Celebrating its 26th year, Christkindlmarkt included a record number of artisans and vendors, more than 200 in all, including 48 who were at the market for the first time.
Bethlehem’s SouthSide community, artists and area youth education programs will be the beneficiaries of a $150,000 Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) grant awarded to ArtsQuest by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the Department of Community & Economic Development.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has announced that ArtsQuest will receive a $150,000 Special Projects Program (SPP) grant to be used toward the redevelopment and expansion of the current Banana Factory Arts Center...
The Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s (BFTP-NEP) Board of Directors has approved the investment of $220,000 in support of regional economic development.
BFTP-NEP announces the following early-stage company investment that are provided in the form of loans with warrants.Those in the Lehigh Valley Press circulaton area include:
Skillion, LLC, Ben Franklin TechVentures, Bethlehem. Ben Franklin Investment: $40,000. Complete development of Skillion’s...
The Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) released its annual report at its 2018 Community Annual Meeting Dec. 5 at Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest.
Operating income, or the amount reinvested into facilities and services in fiscal year 2018, was $35.1 million, or a margin of 1.3 percent.
Acute admissions, emergency visits, ExpressCARE visits, and doctor visits increased compared to fiscal year 2017, with ExpressCARE visits up 35 percent and doctor visits increasing 17...
The building housing the Technology Center on the Lehigh Carbon Community College Schnecksville campus, which has been owned by LCCC ILP, an Allentown-based limited partnership, since it was constructed 15 years ago, was donated to the LCCC Foundation at a Dec. 14 ceremony.
The estimated value of the building is $10.7 million.
In December 2003, LCCC ILP entered into a ground lease with the college and agreed to construct a 47,560-square-foot building to house the technology...
Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) received one of the largest gifts in its history from Lehigh Valley philanthropists and business owners J.B. and Kathleen Reilly.
The sizable gift, the amount of which has been kept private per the family’s wishes, is dedicated to supporting enhancements to programs, services and facilities of the Children’s Hospital, now named Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital, located at Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest, Salisbury Township.