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Curbside-recycling program presentation likely at March 12 meeting FUNKSTOWN — Funkstown Mayor Paul N. Crampton Jr. said he expects a presentation during the March 12 town council meeting about Funkstown being a pilot site for a...
Once among the thousands of dogs roaming Baghdad, a city that considers strays a menace, Sara eluded traps set by police and survived a car accident — albeit with a broken leg. Lately, Sara has been spending her time in the company of a family in...
Q: Regarding all the wood from the trees that the PPL contractors are cutting down to relocate the utility lines and along MacArthur Road for the widening and other improvements, is it legal for passing motorists to stop and take the wood? We have seen...
Tags: Whitehall, Lehigh County, Local Government, Theft, Allentown
KTLA NewsWASHINGTON, DC -- The company once known as the world's most notorious private security contractor, Blackwater, is changing its name and its look once again in a bid to prove that it has outgrown its toxic reputation. Renaming the company "ACADEMI"...
Tags: Moyock, Sales, ACADEMI, Central Intelligence Agency, Politics
Allentown's $100 million-plus downtown hockey arena has plenty of upside potential. Supporters cite hundreds of thousands of new downtown visitors, a whole slate of new entertainment options from hockey to rock concerts and spin-off businesses that could...
Tags: Ice Hockey, Ed Pawlowski, Politics, Jennifer L Mann, Government
Sun SentinelA local public insurance adjuster and the president of a home inspectors group allege that parts of property insurance laws passed this year and last hurt their industries and are unconstitutional. Public adjuster restrictions In a lawsuit filed this...
A second $100,000 gift from a local insurance company propelled Hospice of the Panhandle to exceed its $3 million groundbreaking goal for “Building the Dream,” the agency's campaign to build a 14-bed inpatient facility and consolidate its...
Tags: Elections, Services and Shopping, Politics
TribLocal - EvanstonART, FOOD AND FESTIVITIES FLOURISH AT THE EVANSTON WEST VILLAGE HOLIDAY WALK AND BAZAAR Pop-Up Art Gallery, Farmer’s Market, Stress Relief Sessions, Holiday Gift Shopping …...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellA number of people wrote in response to today's column on motorists ignoring the northbound-only traffic restriction on Route 309 in Heidelberg and North Whitehall townships, suggesting that temporary traffic signals at each bridge would safely accomodate...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickKudos to the consumer protection folks in New Jersey for sticking up for distressed homeowners facing flood damage. I wish Pennsylvania would be so proactive. After Hurricane Irene, the N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs set up a sting in a......
Watchdog with Paul MuschickIt's rare for a contractor to be jailed in Pennsylvania for not doing what he was paid to do. Many times, those types of cases are kicked to the civil courts, where judgments are issued that never are paid. The......
An electrical contractor was shocked and injured today while working at a senior living facility in Naperville, causing a power outage at the facility. The man was taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville with "significant injuries," but the man was...
Tags: Health, Injuries and Wounds
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