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  • Police: Couple charged after undercover heroin buy

    Plainfield Township police arrested two people after an undercover drug buy Tuesday night, according to Northampton County Court records. Nyomi Hawthorne, 26, and Timothy J. Goszka, 30, are charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin and...
  • Reader Feedback June 15: Weather, port lease, York bills, real estate stories

    •John, Newport News: Where are the temperatures printed in the daily weather Almanac as "high/low" for Newport News "through 5 p.m. yesterday" taken/recorded/reported from? Editor: Our vendor, Accuweather, uses the National Weather Service...
  • Loss of high-skilled immigrants hurts job growth, wages for US workers

    Deepthi Valli is weighing choices she'd rather not have to make: Return to India or enroll in graduate school. It doesn't appear she can keep working at Cerner Corp. Valli, 26, is one of thousands of highly skilled foreign-born employees whose U.S....
  • Common Core sparks flood of legislation

    WASHINGTON Stephen Colbert mocked it. Comedian Louis C.K. called it a "massive stress ball that hangs over the whole school." And lawmakers in state capitols spent countless hours over the past few months debating it. Their target is the Common Core, a...
  • Business in Saudi Arabia: Half-opening the gates

    Business in Saudi Arabia: Half-opening the gates
    A trip around the bustling shopping centres of Riyadh, with their wide range of familiar European and American retailing brands, gives the superficial impression of a country that is open to the outside world. Some of the world's biggest energy and...
  • Rock of ages: Where rock 'n' roll (artifacts) will never die

    Rock of ages: Where rock 'n' roll (artifacts) will never die
    If the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of modern American music, you can imagine what they've got in their attic. Well, maybe not. The instruments, costumes and other 3-D artifacts are stored in a vault or stashed off-site. But the...
  • It's time for the House to take up immigration [Commentary]

    It's time for the House to take up immigration [Commentary]
    On Monday, the Supreme Court dashed the hopes of noncitizen children who had already waited years for visas to come to the United States with their families. Federal law allows immigrants to bring their unmarried, minor children with them to the U.S., but...
  • New Trier investigates teachers' identity thefts

    New Trier investigates teachers' identity thefts
    The apparent identity thefts of more than 40 former and current New Trier High School employees have prompted the school district to ask local and state law enforcement authorities for help with the investigation, New Trier officials confirmed this week....
  • Problem Solver: Family finds bumpy ride signing up for Obamacare

    Problem Solver: Family finds bumpy ride signing up for Obamacare
    Even with his experience as an insurance agent, David Schlossberg found navigating Obamacare painfully frustrating. The Lake in the Hills resident had a relatively simple time obtaining coverage for himself. Signing up his wife and infant son was...
  • Pilots face restrictions during Obama visit to UC Irvine ceremonies

    Pilots face restrictions during Obama visit to UC Irvine ceremonies
    Private pilots will be prohibited this weekend from flying through areas around Palm Springs International Airport and Anaheim, where President Obama is scheduled to speak during UC Irvine's 50th anniversary ceremony at Angel Stadium. From 5:30 p.m....
  • A common-sense immigration fix -- to everyone but Congress, that is

    You know it will never happen, but Congress should fix ambiguities in the Immigration and Nationality Act that led the Supreme Court to rule Monday that some would-be immigrants lose their place in line because they age faster than the immigration...