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  • Lehigh Valley legislators lack holiday spirit

    Lehigh Valley legislators lack holiday spirit
    As you watch old movies on television about the kid who wants a BB gun, or the way George Bailey finds out how wonderful life is, or how an adorable little girl is won over by the Macy's Santa, take a moment to think about former state Rep. Brett Feese....
  • It'll Be A Lonely Primary For A Lot Of Lawmakers This Year.

     
    Good Afternoon, All. If there was any doubt, it looks like the vogue for reform has passed and the wave of anger from the 2006 cycle has officially subsided. We've just gone and checked the list of candidates from the......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Sen. Orie Convicted On Corruption Charges.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. State Sen. Jane Orie's conviction yesterday on corruption charges will trigger a special election for her suburban Pittsburgh seat, the Post-Gazette reports this morning. Orie's, R-Allegheny, predecessor in the seat,...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: EPA Begins Bradford Spill Probe.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you're like us, then you start each morning with a tall, cold glass of Fracking Water. With its mix of essential vitamins, minerals and radioactive isotopes, there's nothing quite like a tall, cold glass......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Things Get Started.

     
    Thousands of tux- and evening gown-clad revelers filled the building's cavernous expo INAUGRUAL1 hall for a four-hour party that featured such regional food delicacies as the "Heavenly Devonshire," which is a little turkey sandwich on toast points with...
  • Feds increased, state cut gas-safety funding

    Feds increased, state cut gas-safety funding
    Fatal gas pipeline explosions in Allentown and Philadelphia this year are casting light on whether the nation's pipeline-inspection system, funded by state and federal assessments on gas utilities, is adequate to keep the public safe. Pipeline safety...
  • Illegal gun ordinances are targeted in proposed Pennsylvania law

    Any mention of the word "gun" provokes passion, and there were two gun-related issues that came up in recent days. One involved a Hellertown man who felt local police officers were wrong to take away, even briefly, his legally licensed weapon. The...