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  • Sen. Browne, under investigation for possible DUI crash, in hospital with 'considerable injuries'

    Sen. Browne, under investigation for possible DUI crash, in hospital with 'considerable injuries'
    Sen. Pat Browne, the Lehigh Valley's most influential lawmaker, is in the hospital recovering from "considerable injuries" following a Saturday motorcycle crash that state police are investigating as a possible case of driving under the influence.
  • Motorcyclist hurt as bike runs off east Berks road, hits culvert, police say

    Motorcyclist hurt as bike runs off east Berks road, hits culvert, police say
    A Kutztown motorcyclist was injured Thursday morning when he crashed into a concrete culvert at a curve in eastern Berks County, police said. Joseph J. Petri IV, 23, was riding north on Benfield Road, a half-mile north of Huffs Church Road in District...

    Police: LVH surgical resident exposed himself to 17-year-old girl

    Police: LVH surgical resident exposed himself to 17-year-old girl
    Jeffrey A. Zapora, the Lehigh Valley Hospital surgical resident previously charged with exposing himself to Muhlenberg College students, also exposed himself in March to a 17-year-old girl in the parking lot of a Wawa, according to criminal complaint...

    PPL Center disputes $3.2M tax bill

    PPL Center disputes $3.2M tax bill
    PPL Center may be owned by a public authority, but the Lehigh County Office of Assessment has decided the arena authority should be paying $3.2 million a year in real estate taxes. It's a tax burden that would be devastating to the finances of the...

    Bob Wittman: Ernie Atiyeh, Allentown's community activist, will be missed

    We all want to live a long life and remain active up to the very end, die with our boots on, still astride the saddle. We want to get out of bed someday without realizing we are witnessing our last sunrise, and when the lights finally go out, we want it...