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  • All Pennsylvania Polling Places Operational for Tuesday's Election

    All Pennsylvania Polling Places Operational for Tuesday's Election
          Governor Tom Corbett announced Monday afternoon that all Pennsylvania voters will be able to cast ballots as usual tomorrow, as power has been restored to almost all polling locations following Hurricane Sandy.  As of mid-afternoon Monday, five...
  • West Nile Cases On The Rise In Pennsylvania

    West Nile Cases On The Rise In Pennsylvania
    The number of West Nile cases has significantly increased in Pennsylvania from previous years.  Most recently, officials report a Bucks County woman was infected. It's an aggressive mosquito campaign in Bucks County and officials are expecting more cases...
  • Utilities defend 'smart meters' before Public Service Commission

    Utilities defend 'smart meters' before Public Service Commission
    Four major electricity providers defended the safety of "smart meters" Tuesday at a hearing called by the Maryland Public Service Commission after commissioners read reports of similar meters overheating and catching fire in Southeastern Pennsylvania....
  • Adultery club "endorses" Gingrich

     
    If people in Bucks County didn't know Newt Gingrich was an adulterer, they do now. For drivers traveling on Route 1 toward Morrisville, a larger than life photo of Gingrich looms from a billboard with the message: "Faithful Republican, Unfaithful......
  • GOP gunning for Casey's seat debate

     
    We had the honor of moderating, alongside Pennsylvania political reporting greats Tom Fitzgerald of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Jim O'Toole of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pennsylvania Business Council's Senate Republican primary debate in New...
  • Rep. Holden to the Lehigh Valley?

     
    As state legislators toil over redesigning the congressional map, one rumor making the rounds is that U.S. Rep. Tim Holden's district could be redrawn to include Easton. Holden, a Democrat and the longest serving Pennsylvania congressman, called it a...
  • First civil lawsuit filed against Sandusky

    First civil lawsuit filed against Sandusky
    — Jerry Sandusky abused a 10-year-old boy more than a hundred times over four years beginning in 1992, according to a lawsuit filed by attorneys for the accuser Wednesday in Philadelphia County Court. Sandusky met the boy through The Second Mile,...
  • The Office spotlights Bucks County carolers

     
    The iconic handcrafted carolers from Bucks County-based Byers Choice were featured in the opening scene of last weeks' episode of "The Office." The NBC hit series depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton branch of the fictional......
  • Lehigh Valley Mayors Push For Pensions, Act 47 Changes.

     
    The Lehigh Valley's Three Mayors ... ... are in Harrisburg today for meetings with lawmakers and the Corbett administration to push for the approval of legislation that would make changes to Act 47, Pennsylvania's law governing fiscally distressed cities....
  • Pharmacist, social worker, physican sanctioned by state licensing boards

     
    Here are the latest disciplinary actions announced by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where you can find all...
  • Bethlehem to repeal its cell phone ban

     
    Bethlehem City Council is abandoning its cell phone ban. As a state ban on texting while driving goes into effect today, Bethlehem is repealing its ordinance that fines drivers $100 for talking on a hand-held wireless device while driving. The repeal,...