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  • Easton Hospital's ER renovations finished

     
    While hospitals all around the Lehigh Valley have been opening up facilities to be as close to their "customers" as possible, Easton Hospital looked back to its home base for the latest sprucing up. The hospital and representatives of Alvin H. Butz Inc....
  • The Illinois Supreme Court on convicted felons -- when and where they can run for office

     
    Highlights from two key rulings: Appellate Court of Illinois, Second District. COLES v. RYAN (1980) On March 26, 1976, plaintiff Donald R. Coles was convicted of extortion in violation of 18 U.S.C. s 1951 in the United States District Court......
  • Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown redoing its view from the top

     
    Several of the original narrow, wooden seats in the balcony at Allentown’s Miller Symphony Hall have a curious feature: wire racks underneath for men to store their hats. That was convenient shortly after the turn of the 20th century, when......
  • Emanuel rips scab off my Soldier Field rehab wounds

     
    I've combined a post from earlier this week with a commentary for my Sunday print column My PDSD — Post-Daley Stress Disorder — is relatively under control. I sometimes cringe involuntarily when inserting my credit card into parking meter...
  • Petersen Automotive Museum offers details of renovation plan

    Petersen Automotive Museum offers details of renovation plan
    The Petersen Automotive Museum provided more details Sunday of its planned renovation, saying  it will spend as much as $20 million to remodel its Wilshire Boulevard facility and add about 15,000 feet of display space. The details were unveiled by Peter...
  • Obama hails Miami tunnel as a way to rebuild economy

    Obama hails Miami tunnel as a way to rebuild economy
    President Obama swooped into South Florida for a couple of hours on Friday to tout a tunnel project at PortMiami as a great example of how to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure, create jobs and boost the economy. Port officials from around the...
  • What's new in France in 2014

    What's new in France in 2014
    France is always working to show off its rich heritage in innovative ways. You'll see some impressive changes this year. The big news in Paris is that the extensive, multi-year makeover of the Picasso Museum is nearing completion. The museum, which...
  • Big Sugar wins first round in proposed changes to Everglades restoration requirements

    Big Sugar wins first round in proposed changes to Everglades restoration requirements
    Big Sugar-backed changes to Florida’s Everglades restoration requirements won initial approval Thursday, despite environmental objections to potentially shielding agriculture from more water pollution cleanup costs. Environmental groups warned...
  • Environmentalists warn that law change helps Big Sugar dodge Everglades cleanup

    Environmentalists warn that law change helps Big Sugar dodge Everglades cleanup
    Big Sugar is trying to change state law to dodge more Everglades pollution cleanup costs, according to Audubon of Florida. Audubon Wednesday was rallying opposition to measures that the environmental group warns would help Big Sugar avoid paying more of...
  • Court rules against mining in Everglades Agricultural Area

    Court rules against mining in Everglades Agricultural Area
    A massive rock mine should not be allowed to eat up Palm Beach County farmland that was once part of the Everglades, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday. The decision by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals stops U.S. Sugar Corp. from...
  • Trading sugar land OKed for Everglades restoration proposal

    Trading sugar land OKed for Everglades restoration proposal
    South Florida water managers have agreed to trade 8,700 acres of publicly-owned sugar cane land that was part of a controversial 2010 Everglades restoration land deal with U.S. Sugar Corp. The proposed deal calls for the South Florida Water Management...