A new survey shows that an increasing amount of employers plan on hiring more employees in the 3rd quarter of 2011 than in the 2nd quarter. The Colonial Regional Police Commission has said that they do not want to be forced into hiring police officers from the recently disbanded Nazareth Police department. In Easton, Mayor Sal Panto will be holding another workshop on a proposed Neighborhood Improvement District.
Perkins is declaring bankruptcy and closing 65 stores,
In state-wide news, members of the legislature are calling for a ban on teacher strikes. State officials released a rescue plan for Harrisburg yesterday - the city is indebted to the tune of $300 million for a municipal incinerator gone bad.
In national news, seven Republican candidates for President debated last night, where they largely avoided attacking each other and instead went after President Obama.
We have two Chamber events today - a municipal update from the Greater Northern Chamber of Commerce and a Grand Opening at a new LA Weightloss Center.
That's it for now! Have a great day, and we'll see you later.