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Friday Feature: Home of the Week

Move right in to this week's featured home!
Posted by Rebecca Nutt on February 23, 2018 in No Category
The Home of the Week is the perfect family home located in Bensalem, Bucks County. It offers amenities and features any homeowner would love in a great location. For more details, please contact Schaunn McKamey.  ... read more
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Aaron Carter to Perform in Lehigh Valley Friday, Feb. 23rd

Posted by Rebecca Nutt on February 22, 2018 in No Category
Aaron Carter reached the height of fame just 10 years of age. His first act was at the age of seven singing lead for a local band named Dead End. His first solo act was around two years later when he performed as an opening act for his brother Nick Carter for The Backstreet Boys.Read more Lehigh Valley and surrounding area news by clicking here! After his solo opening act, he soon signed a record label deal where he went on to create his hit song; Crush On You. His first album followed shortly after, reaching gol... read more
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Learning to Lead

How Hearthside offers more opportunities to continue to grow and develop.
Posted by Rebecca Nutt on February 21, 2018 in No Category
A new year is always filled with new and exciting opportunities. Whether we’re looking to improve our health and wellness, start a hobby or learn something new, there’s something on everyone’s list that is set to be accomplished in the new year. For Coldwell Banker Hearthside, 2018 is yet another year to help its agents and employees grow, not only personally, but professionally. In early January, Coldwell Banker Hearthside launched its new LEAD (Leadership Exploration and Development) Program. T... read more
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Pennsylvania's Gerrymandering Case: An Update

Posted by Rebecca Nutt on February 20, 2018 in No Category
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
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Stephen Flowers, owner of Lehigh Valley-based salon Suddenly Samantha, ran the Brem Foundation's Re-Bra table this past January to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. The initiative encouraged Lehigh Valley residents to gather unwanted and slightly used bras, and wash and give them to women who really need them. Pictured below: Re-Bra Logo via A surgical oncologist at the Saint Luke's Cancer Center, Doctor Tricia Kelly introduced the Re-Bra effort as a means of helping wom... read more
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