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– Air Products & Chemicals Inc. plans to invest half a billion dollars in the production of clean hydrogen in the state of New York.

– The Trexlertown Chick-Fil-A plans to add a second drive-thru lane as part of a plan to ease congestion.

– Harrisburg-based Mid Penn Bank has opened its first full-service Lehigh Valley branch in South Whitehall.

– The Allentown Planning Commission has delayed a decision on a new Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen at the site of the former Nostos Greek restaurant.

– The former Star Crete concrete plant at the intersection of Farmersville Road and Easton Avenue has been sold for $1.58 million and could clear the way for a medical office building.

– Local business SuperSets Gym will open its third location on the South Mall in Allentown, with an opening date yet to be determined.

– Versant Jewelry Boutique will close later this year, but the business will be consolidated at another Gary Werkheiser location in Saucon Valley Square.

– DSW Woodmill Commons has moved to West Berkshire, 1101 Woodland Road in Wyomissing.

– Trainer Michael Melendez has opened his new Reading Extreme Boxing Club in the former location of PacSun at the Berkshire Mall.

– Frackville NAPA Auto Parts held a grand opening with the Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce and the Frackville Business Professional Association.

– North Manheim Township Physical Therapy and Balance Centers held a grand opening in conjunction with the Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce and the Pottsville Business Association.

– PDC Machines, a manufacturer of hydrogen compressors, has unveiled a new plant in Lower Salford.

– Maya Capital Partners has acquired Amwell Valley Self Storage, a 265-storage facility on Route 31 in Ringos, New Jersey.

– Norwescap is buying the former Sullivan’s on the Main restaurant in Phillipsburg to renovate the building and then use it for programs to help educate and feed people.