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Hurricane Irene (2011)

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Top Hurricane Irene (2011) Articles

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  • Dance of the hurricanes: NOAA video marks end of 2011 season

     
    The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season officially ends on Wednesday, making the sixth straight year a major hurricane did not make landfall in the United States....
  • Sinkhole victims find no help

     
    It was only about a year ago that Jamin and Belinda Sell moved into their new home in Whitehall Township. They installed new appliances, put in new windows, rebuilt the chimneys, worked on the bathroom. The neighbors were friendly, everything......
  • Gov. Scott tries image upgrade, but he's not man of people

     
    Here's the column I wrote about Gov. Rick Scott for Sunday's paper. Feel free to comment below -- how would you rank the governor's performance so far?: I'll start by giving Gov. Rick Scott some credit. After a rocky rookie......
  • Galaxy leaves Donovan home with strained quadriceps

     
    With a win Tuesday over the New York Red Bulls, the Galaxy will clinch home-field advantage throughout the MLS playoffs. But it will have to earn that without captain and leading scorer Landon Donovan, who didn't make the trip after......
  • Chevys, El Torito owner files for bankruptcy

     
    RM Restaurant Holding Corp., owner of Chevys and El Torito chains, files for bankruptcy...
  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah talks Culture Collide in L.A.

     
    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah at Culture Collide Festival: The band is looking forward to finally getting onstage in Los Angeles this weekend at Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival in Echo Park....
  • 'The X Factor' recap: Our first visit to the judges' homes

     
    A recap of the 'X Factor' in which the top 32 contestants perform at the judges' homes....
  • Grading electric company responses to Hurricane Irene

     
    In the days following Hurricane Irene, I heard from several people who were stuck without power and wondering how long it would take for the lights to come back on. Some were more understanding than others about the outages and......
  • Northampton students honored for work on Kreidersville Covered Bridge

     
    The Theodore Burr Covered Bridge Society of Pennsylvania promotes and protects the heritage of covered bridges -- which are declining in number --- throughout the state. Tomorrow (Oct. 20), the society is honoring a couple of Northampton Area School...
  • Savings rate falls as spending outpaces income gains

     
    Are Americans returning to their profligate spending ways? Some may be asking that question after the latest government report showed consumer spending in September rose by a surprisingly robust 0.6%, even as personal incomes barely grew over the month....
  • South Whitehall's pension contributions less than expected

     
    South Whitehall Township will contribute roughly $300,000 less than anticipated toward township employee pensions this year after receiving the annual contribution from the state. The township received $755,518.14 in state aid dedicated toward annual...