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  • Schools left hanging in growing budget battle between Gov. Tom Wolf and Legislature

    Schools left hanging in growing budget battle between Gov. Tom Wolf and Legislature
    HARRISBURG — In five years as superintendent of the Bethlehem Area School District, Joseph Roy has grown accustomed to a quirk in state law that forces school boards to lock in an annual budget before the governor and lawmakers hammer out their...
  • Colchester edition community news

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday June 14, The Colchester Business Association will hold its 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5, after which the...
  • Improper payments by federal agencies reach a record $125B

    Federal agencies set a new record for improper payments last year, shelling out $125 billion in questionable benefits after years of declines. The payments included tax credits for families that didn't qualify, Medicare payments for treatments that might...
  • Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute

    Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute
    Lehigh County's official government seal, bearing images long associated with the Lehigh Valley, from a barn and farmland to smokestacks and a silo, has been a piece of the region's heritage since the 1940s. Visible on government buildings and county...
  • Former health center CEO guilty of diverting employee taxes, retirement contributions

    Former health center CEO guilty of diverting employee taxes, retirement contributions
    An Ellicott City man who now works as a fiscal officer for the Howard County government pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to stealing from an employee retirement plan and mishandling employee income taxes at his previous job with a Baltimore...
  • Police blotter: Security guard chases two men who stole sunglasses

    The following incidents were listed among area police reports. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Burr Ridge ALCOHOL Jose A. Galicia, 23, of the 1700 block of North...
  • Caterpillar faces questions, possible penalties over tax strategy

     Caterpillar faces questions, possible penalties over tax strategy
    Peoria-based Caterpillar has been in the spotlight for using strategies "to avoid paying U.S. taxes," as one lawmaker put it. A maker of heavy equipment such as loaders and bulldozers, Caterpillar maintains it has paid all the taxes it owes. The IRS...
  • Ways to lower your taxes in retirement

    Ways to lower your taxes in retirement
    Retirees who file their taxes quarterly may feel like every season is tax season, but preparing for the April tax deadline is a good time to seek out new deductions and plan some strategies for the year ahead. You might be hitting a tax sweet spot, a...
  • Say what? Social Security data says 6.5M in US reach age 112

    Americans are getting older, but not this old: Social Security records show that 6.5 million people in the U.S. have reached the ripe old age of 112. In reality, only few could possibly be alive. As of last fall, there were only 42 people known to be...
  • Grandparents' college help, even savings plans, could end up hurting students

    Grandparents want the best for their grandchildren, but sometimes their good intentions can wreak havoc with a student's financial aid package. Students could become less eligible for federal financial aid when grandparents help them pay college expenses...
  • Susan Tompor: What should real filers do when hit by tax-ID fraud?

    What do you do if fraudsters already filed a tax return using your ID? It's a question that's popping up now in the middle of tax season. The con artists typically steal ID and then file fake returns in January. Then, when the legitimate taxpayer tries...