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  • Elected official takes oath of office on an iPad

    Elected official takes oath of office on an iPad
    In what may be a first, an elected New York official was sworn in Thursday by a judge using an Apple iPad. Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano took the oath of office on an iPad containing a Bible when a printed version could not be located,...
  • Chris Christie bridge scandal looks to many like Jersey as usual

    HADDONFIELD, N.J. — A four-day traffic hell that trapped cars headed to one of the nation's busiest bridges, supposedly engineered by gleeful political operatives as payback: Deeply stupid, for sure. Unbelievably vindictive and petty. And, in its...
  • TICKET BOX: Billy Currington at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Lady Gaga at Boardwalk Hall, Lisa Marie Presley at Musikfest Cafe among 40 new shows

     
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Billy Currington at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Lady Gaga at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City and Lisa Marie Presley at Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem are among more than......
  • Across the U.S., heavy snow, tornadoes -- and record highs

    With parts of the nation buried beneath several inches of snow and ice, holiday travel got off to a rough start as scores of flights were delayed or canceled, yet several East Coast cities enjoyed record highs on the first full day of winter.  New...
  • Winter's fist to continue to squeeze parts of U.S.

    Parts of the country will spend Tuesday shaking off the meteorological pummeling they received in the opening days of winter, which brought a steady diet of ice and freezing rain. The upper Midwest is expected to remain frigid while Southern...
  • In saturated East Coast casino market, MGM deal in Maryland stands apart

    In saturated East Coast casino market, MGM deal in Maryland stands apart
    Diplomats and businessmen from around the globe. Tourists from across the country. Day-trippers from neighboring states. They flock to the nation's capital for commerce and pleasure and might also try their luck at a planned MGM casino near the National...
  • Superstorm Sandy: Recovery, stuggles continue one year later

    Ellis Island, which greeted millions of immigrants to the United States, reopened its museum doors on Monday, a year after the aptly named Superstorm Sandy tore through much of the eastern half of the United States, killing scores of people and destroying...
  • Al Johnson, soul singer and Newport News native, dead at 65

    Al Johnson, soul singer and Newport News native, dead at 65
    Al Johnson, a Newport News native who made a name for himself in the world of soul music both as lead singer of The Unifics and as a producer, died early Saturday. He was 65. Johnson helped to form The Unifics in 1960s while a student at Howard...
  • There will be more Sandy storms [Editorial]

    In just about the same amount of time it takes to drive from Harford County to Ocean City or the Delaware beaches, it's possible to be on the shores of the Garden State. Though it can serve as a punch line, even without a setup, for jokes about...
  • LATEST LINE

    --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- By J. McCarthy --------------------------------------- Stanford is 0-4 against the spread its last 4 games after allowing less than 20 points the previous game. Oregon...
  • Domestic airfares drop 3.6% from last year

    Domestic airfares drop 3.6% from last year
    Complain all you want about the airlines but at least the fares are not on the rise. When adjusted for inflation, domestic airfares dropped 3.6% in the April-through-June period, compared with the same period last year, according to the U.S. Bureau of...