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  • AWOL Soldier Naser Abdo Gets Life Term for Fort Hood Plot

    AWOL Soldier Naser Abdo Gets Life Term for Fort Hood Plot
    Naser Jason Abdo, age 22, will spend the rest of his life in federal prison for plotting to kill American soldiers and others near Fort Hood, Texas, announced Assistant Attorney General for National Security Lisa Monaco, United States Attorney Robert Pitman, Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Armando Fernandez and Killeen Police Chief Dennis M. Baldwin.
  • Our Picks: Whole Lotta Lincoln

    Our Picks: Whole Lotta Lincoln
    Lincoln is the quintessential badass American president. He abolished slavery. He promoted economic modernization. He wore an awesome top hat that you can still see at the Smithsonian (see photo). And 147 years after his untimely and well-documented death...

    Lower Macungie zoners to decide who will hear rezoning challenge

    Lower Macungie's zoning hearing board is expected to decide this month who will hear the much-publicized challenge to the township's recent rezoning that came as a result of an agreement with developer and farmer David Jaindl. The board is planning to...

    More on zoning board endorsement letters in Lower Macungie

    Since space in the newspaper limited the amount that could be written on Thursday night's Lower Macungie Township meeting, we'll provide a bit more of the back and forth that took place relative to letters of endorsement written in support of Robert...

    Lower Macungie may consider expanding zoning board

    Lower Macungie officials may consider expanding the size of the township's zoning hearing board from three members to five. The suggestion has been brought up a number of times at public meetings. Most recently, it was mentioned when commissioners...