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  • Album review: Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Americana'

    Album review: Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Americana'
    3.5 stars (out of 4) String together songs such as “Cortez the Killer,” “Pocahontas,” “Like an Inca,” “Powderfinger,” “Goin’ Home” and others from throughout Neil Young’s career, and...
  • Allentown care home's full license restored

    It took 16 months, but a troubled Allentown personal care home finally is operating up to state standards and had its full license restored by the state. Emeritus at Allentown was granted a regular license May 29 after it passed an inspection by the...
  • Troubled personal care home in South Whitehall to close

    Trexler Park Manor personal care home, which has been cited several times and fined by the state, is closing. The South Whitehall Township home informed the state Department of Public Welfare in a letter early this month that it would be closing by June...
  • Error creates paperwork hassle for small business

    David Rea started a business late last year and it's taken him a little while to get a handle on all of the government paperwork that's involved. But he was certain about one thing — he shouldn't have been getting requests to garnish employees'...
  • State tells woman: No food stamps because you died

    I write a lot about bizarre things that our governments do and rarely am surprised by stories I hear and read about the sorry places where many of our tax dollars go. Then I heard from Martha Lieberman of Emmaus. Her dead mother got a letter from...
  • Bedbugs bugging care home residents

    Bedbugs have disrupted life at a personal care home in South Whitehall Township so badly that some residents are not getting their psychiatric care, state officials say. The Department of Public Welfare cited Trexler Park Manor about a week ago for...
  • State failures led to workers' not being paid

    When the aides who cared for his elderly mother did not get paid for several months early this year, Joe Konrath sought help from the state, which had hired the payroll company responsible for cutting the checks. Konrath feared that if the aides didn'...
  • Government shutdown cost public lots, report finds

    The congressional incompetence that shut down our federal government last month hurt the little guy in more ways than many of us probably could have imagined. The shutdown disrupted the lives of people ranging from Alaskan crab fishermen to eager...
  • Don't rely on expected government pension to pay for retirement

    Dear Liz: My husband works for the government and will be receiving a pension when he retires. Am I still supposed to save the recommended amount for retirement from my income or can that amount be reduced since we know we have the pension? We are...
  • Yes, tech jobs are still golden, but...

    DEAR JOYCE: I'm in my 20s and considering investing in education to pursue a high-tech career. Is this still a good choice in the U.S., considering the worldwide competition from workers who are paid less? What are some of the most desirable tech jobs? --...
  • Threatening calls tied to national scam

    For a senior citizen living alone, the call was threatening. "This is the civil investigations unit," said the message on the Allentown's woman answering machine. "We are contacting you in regards to a complaint being filed against you." The...