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  • Eagle rescuer's second trial set for Feb. 23

    Eagle rescuer's second trial set for Feb. 23
    Bird enthusiast Steve Patterson, whose rescue of two injured eaglets already landed him in court, will be prosecuted again in February, a judge ruled Wednesday. "I'd probably be better off not saying anything," Patterson, 63, a retired carpenter from...
  • Down To Earth Garden Club talks about native plants and club's goals

    Garden designs come in all shapes and sizes, but all too often native plants get overlooked in the process. Many diverse plants grow happily in our forests, but did you know that they can seamlessly become part of your landscape, blending beautifully into...
  • Health-O-Ween: Eating healthy on Halloween

    Health-O-Ween: Eating healthy on Halloween
    Nothing says Halloween like a pillowcase stuffed with candy bars or a plastic jack-o-lantern clattering with lollipops. More than 40 million miniature pirates, ghosts and witches take the streets annually during the trick-or-treating season to collect...
  • Wichryk Eye Associates leases building and other company news

    Wichryk Eye Associates leases building space Wichryk Eye Associates will join Lehigh Valley Hospital as a co-tenant in the leasing of a 3,780-square-foot space at 6541 Village Lane in Macungie. Kelly L. Berfield, broker and partner at Dietrick Group...
  • Blackhawks' Toews lists Lakeshore East condo

    Blackhawks' Toews lists Lakeshore East condo
    Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews has placed his three-bedroom Lakeshore East condominium unit on the market for $2.25 million and is said to be on the hunt for larger home. Blackhawks fans shouldn't worry about his future with the team. Given...
  • Maria Sachs talks about race with Ellyn Bogdandoff

    Maria Sachs talks about race with Ellyn Bogdandoff
    State Sen. Maria Sachs, D-Delray Beach, is locked in a bruising battle for re-election with former state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lauderdale. The two served together in the Senate from 2010 to 2012. But in 2012, a new redistricting plan locked them...
  • Israeli statesman Peres sees promise for peace in global age

     Israeli statesman Peres sees promise for peace in global age
    Israeli elder statesman Shimon Peres, at age 91, could be forgiven if he were to throw up his hands in despair after decades of failure to broker peace between his countrymen and the Palestinians. Instead, the Nobel laureate chooses to remain optimistic....
  • Ultimate Software sees revenues, profits rise

    Ultimate Software sees revenues, profits rise
    Ultimate Software on Tuesday reported record revenues of $127.4 million, up 24 percent, for its third quarter ended Sept. 30 — no surprise from a software company that has been growing consistently. The Weston company also saw its quarterly...
  • Ten Business Leaders Who Made A Difference To Hartford's Vitality

    Ten Business Leaders Who Made A Difference To Hartford's Vitality
    For two centuries, Hartford has been a center of commerce, industry and innovation. The city's businesspeople have led the way in everything from insurance to firearms, from bicycles to aircraft. But many of Hartford's entrepreneurs never forgot the...
  • Sterling 'Farm Day' celebrates agriculture

    The Sterling Agriculture Commission hosted the town's first Annual Farm Day on Oct. 25. Farmers, vendors and musicians took over the fields of the Sterling Playground to celebrate the community's connection to agriculture. SAC Chair Andy Meek said...
  • Obama officially designates San Gabriel Mountains a national monument

    Obama officially designates San Gabriel Mountains a national monument
    President Obama on Friday officially set aside 346,000 acres of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument, a move to link more communities east of Los Angeles with wild places in their own backyards. "This is an issue of social justice, because...