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  • Two dogs rescued, family of five displaced in Allentown fire

    Two dogs rescued, family of five displaced in Allentown fire
    Two dogs were rescued and five people displaced after a fire in a home on North Fourth Street in Allentown early Saturday afternoon. Capt. John Christopher said the fire started in the kitchen of 421 N. Fourth St.. Food cooking on the stove had been...
  • Malawi's vice president says at least 176 killed and 200,000 displaced in flooding

    Flooding in Malawi has killed more than 176 people, displaced at least 200,000 others, left homes and schools submerged in water and roads washed away by the deluge in the southern African country, the vice president said Friday. Downriver in neighboring...
  • Fire damages Gordon Street rowhouses in Allentown

    Fire damages Gordon Street rowhouses in Allentown
    A fire broke out in the second and third floors of an Allentown rowhouse late Friday, spread to a wall shared by an adjacent house, and displaced residents from three homes. The fire was reported 11:10 p.m. at 1316 W. Gordon St. Heavy fire was reported...
  • Downtown blood drive part of Red Cross' 100th anniversary

     Downtown blood drive part of Red Cross' 100th anniversary
    The American Red Cross is marking its 100th anniversary in Chicago this year with a downtown blood drive. Donors are invited to give blood at Union Station throughout the day on Jan. 21, an effort officials say is geared to boost resources during the...
  • 12/22: People on move

    12/22: People on move
    Boards of directors Laura M. Walda, attorney with Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed P.A., was appointed to the board of Commercial Real Estate Women Orlando. Construction Michael Burgess was appointed project manager for the southeast...
  • Diplomatic, and familial, ties to Cuba

    Diplomatic, and familial, ties to Cuba
    There would be roast pork, black beans and rice, yucca and flan at Eva Queral Fiastro's annual holiday dinner for her large Cuban-American family this weekend, as always. But this year, there will be an even bigger helping of news to digest: President...
  • 6 units damaged in apartment fire near UCLA; 1 hospitalized

    6 units damaged in apartment fire near UCLA; 1 hospitalized
    Six units were damaged and one person was hospitalized Saturday after a fire broke out at a five-story apartment building near UCLA, officials said. The blaze began just before 8:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Wilshire Manor Apartments, a 46-unit...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include Via Marathon, Run for the Red Marathon registration

    VIA MARATHON 1 Register now for the annual Lehigh Valley Health Network Via Marathon, which will be Sept. 13, and you'll save yourself some money. Fee to register is $95 through Jan. 8. The last day to register will be Aug. 9 or when the marathon is...
  • Lauderdale Lakes kitchen fire displaces five

    Lauderdale Lakes kitchen fire displaces five
    One woman and four children were displaced Monday after their mobile home caught fire in Lauderdale Lakes. A neighbor saw smoke pouring out of the home in the 3200 block of Northwest 34th Court around noon and called 911, said Broward Sheriff Fire...
  • 2 residents jump to escape burning home on Balboa Peninsula

    Two residents jumped from the second floor of a Newport Beach home Tuesday morning to escape a two-alarm blaze that tore through a two-story duplex, fire officials said. Units from the Newport Beach Fire Department responded about 4:15 a.m. to the 300...
  • Indonesia's tsunami recovery loses momentum as aid money runs out

    Indonesia's tsunami recovery loses momentum as aid money runs out
    Where 100-foot waves flattened communities into piles of tinder wood now stand row upon row of cookie-cutter houses. In place of still-submerged broken roadway are miles of freshly paved roads hugging the newly defined coastline and winding through...