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  • Sunday Morning News Analysis: The Lingering Problem of Transportation Funding.

     
    Want To Know How Much ... ... has changed during the past nine months when it comes to Pennsylvania addressing its massive PATURNPIKE backlog of badly needed road and bridge repairs? Here’s former Gov. Ed Rendell, speaking last August, at the site...
  • Nonprofit records closed regardless of publicly appointed board members

     
    Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled on an interesting case recently regarding whether nonprofits should be subject to the Right to Know Law if their boards include political appointees. The answer is no. Here's why. Jonathan Bari, who according to the...
  • Rendell, FOX trade barbs

     
    During an appearance on MSNBC Monday night, former governor Ed Rendell said Fox News' "thin veneer of impartiality" is stripped away after a New York Magazine profile of Fox chairman Roger Ailes portrayed him as a "Republican kingmaker." Now, Politico.......
  • Hospitals to open new units

     
    The Lehigh Valley's two largest hospital systems are unveiling new units Thursday. Lehigh Valley Health Network will debut its Community Health and Wellness Center Thursday morning at its hospital at 17th and Chew streets, Allentown. The center will...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Turnpike To Hire New Consultant, Review Jobs.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We begin this morning with the news that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission plans to hire an outside consultant to review the management structure at the notorious patronage dumping ground,The Tribune-Review...
  • The Sunday Brunch.

     
    Good Sunday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Here's a few, carefully selected stories for you to snack on. Hope you enjoy the day. Here At Home: There's officially two horses in the race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general. Philadelphian Dan......
  • Democrats Have Had It Worse

     
    I’m accustomed to taking a beating in The Morning Call’s online comments, and I knew my recent satirical column about Sarah Palin’s bus tour would be no exception. The consensus among the more conservative set was that I’m a...
  • WAM grants

     
    WAM grants, short for "walking around money," have been a scourge of Pennsylvania government for years. There's no money in Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed budget for future grants, in keeping with his campaign vow. But Corbett's administration says it is.......
  • Democrats attack Romney's attack

     
    Democrats, including former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski defended President Obama against attacks from possible 2012 general election challenger Mitt Romney. Romney, who will criticize Obama's economic policies while using...
  • Romney web video focuses on Allentown

     
    As Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney plans his visit to Allentown today, his campaign released a web video about the closure of Allentown Metal Works -- a factory that a year before it went out of business was touted by......
  • Easton's Goldsmith On The Way Out At State Liquor Control Board.

     
    Former Easton Mayor Tom Goldsmith ... ... is leaving the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and his replacement is the longtime Republican chairman of Chester County, The Corbett administration said this afternoon that it had tapped Joseph E. "Skip"...