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  • Updated: Allentown postpones meeting to discuss lease/sale ballot question

     
    Update Thursday 10:38 a.m.: Allentown City Council has postponed a meeting scheduled for tonight to discuss a ballot question that would give voters a say in the sale or lease of city assets. The meeting will now take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council...
  • Tempers flare at Allentown City Council meeting on ballot question

     
    It was a night of personal jibes in Allentown City Council chambers Tuesday as council debated a ballot question that would give voters the right to weigh in when the city looks to sell or lease an asset over $10 million. While council defeated the...
  • Hearing continued until Friday on lawsuit over environmental ballot question

     
    The dispute over an environmental ballot question tossed by the Lehigh County Elections Board will continue until at least Friday. Lehigh County Judge Michele Varricchio continued arguments Wednesday after waste-to-energy developer Delta Thermo Energy...
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  • New Nassau Coliseum To Come If Taxpayers Say 'Yes'

    New Nassau Coliseum To Come If Taxpayers Say 'Yes'
    After more than four years of controversial proposals, the largest venue on Long Island may be on track to be replaced by a new arena, but the latest proposal may garner controversy of its own over its funding. A new Nassau Coliseum project was...
  • Mailbag: Messing up language is all too common

    In his column, Joseph Bell explained the word game "Literati" (The Bell Curve: Enjoying some Christmas Day word play," Dec. 30). He admires the use of this game to remind ourselves of how "solid English words with exact definitions" are being commonly...
  • L.A.'s federal stimulus money and the logic of bureaucracy

     
    Ted Rall / For the Times RELATED: Villaraigosa: How disappointing Sizing up Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa 2.5 million jaywalkers needed to close L.A.'s budget gap Decoding the March 8 ballot: Think measure L for Libraries, M for Marijuana and N for......
  • TUNISIA: President warns protesters and reshuffles Cabinet amid demonstrations

     
    Following political protest that swept across the nation for the last two weeks,Tunisian President Zine al Abidine Ben Ali began hurriedly shuffling his Cabinet in an apparent attempt to stave off anger over his autocratic rule and failed economic...
  • Emanuel will be No. 1

     
    Assuming withdrawing Chicago mayoral candidate Danny Davis gets all the proper paperwork to the Chicago Board of Elections quickly, his name will be removed from the ballot and all the other candidates will move up one spot. The new order......
  • Question of the day: Who should be elected in this year's baseball Hall of Fame voting?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, vote in the poll and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Dan Connolly, Baltimore Sun To me, there are......