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  • Lions march back to edge Falcons

    Lions march back to edge Falcons The Detroit Lions have become the kings of the fourth-quarter comeback on both sides of the Atlantic. Matt Prater hit a 48-yard field goal on the game's last play and the Detroit Lions erased a 21-point halftime...
  • Lions rally past Falcons in London

    Lions rally past Falcons in London
    The Detroit Lions have become the kings of the fourth-quarter comeback on both sides of the Atlantic. Matt Prater hit a 48-yard field goal on the game's last play and the Detroit Lions erased a 21-point halftime deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 22-...
  • Warner, Gillespie trade barbs at Beach forum

    Warner, Gillespie trade barbs at Beach forum
    Sen. Mark Warner and GOP challenger Ed Gillespie took sequential potshots at one another Thursday at what's almost certain to be their last joint appearance before voters. What neither remarked on was that they offer very similar stands on sequestration,...
  • Lehigh County commissioners approve budget cutting taxes $1.25 million

    Lehigh County commissioners approve budget cutting taxes $1.25 million
    Voting strictly along party lines, Lehigh County commissioners approved a 2015 budget Wednesday that cuts taxes by $1.25 million. Commissioners criss-crossed party lines in a marathon meeting two weeks ago, when they approved 17 amendments cutting...
  • Five best candidates for Pompano Beach City Commission

    Five best candidates for Pompano Beach City Commission
    District 1: Barry Dockswell Plans for a new parking garage, retail complex and possibly a new hotel have dominated the Pompano Beach campaigns, especially in the city's coastal District 1, where the city pier has already been upgraded. Depending on...
  • Bethlehem council approves financing deal

    Bethlehem council approves financing deal
    Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday approved a financing deal expected to erase at nearly $3.5 million of a $5.9 million deficit projected for next year. The deal involves refinancing two bonds, a $24.1 million pension obligation bond and a $1.85 million...
  • Eustis, Umatilla recognized for excellence in financial reporting

    Eustis, Umatilla recognized for excellence in financial reporting
    Eustis and Umatilla have received kudos for the way they keep the books. Each has received a certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada, a nonprofit...
  • Parkland sweeps Emmaus for EPC girls volleyball championship

    With the Parkland girls volleyball team, everyone notices the hitting, and for good reason. The Trojans are, pure and simple, blessed with outside hitters and middle blockers, which explains why Parkland cruised into the first Eastern Pennsylvania...
  • Enjoy your $8 burger and bigger budget deficit thanks to Lehigh County commissioners

    Enjoy your $8 burger and bigger budget deficit thanks to Lehigh County commissioners
    I just watched a pretty awesome video for the zombie song, "All We Wanna Do Is Eat Your Brains." A guy is hiding in his house while one of his co-workers and other zombies are outside trying to get in, and the zombie co-worker uses BusinessSpeak to...
  • Robert Reich: Tax subsidies to elite schools are shameful

    Imagine a system of college education supported by high and growing government spending on elite private universities that mainly educate children of the wealthy and upper-middle class, with low and declining government spending on public universities...
  • Patrick says a hard but careful look at Pentagon spending could help close budget gap

    Defense spending -- and particularly the way the Pentagon buys things -- needs a sharp eye, says Suzanne Patrick, the Democrat who is challenging Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Virginia Beach, in November. But funding a powerful blue-water Navy is a priority,...