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  • Democrat Kane outraises Republican Freed in Attorney General's Race.

     
    Democratic Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane has raised more than $1.47 million since May 15, compared to Republican rival David Freed's $869,000, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Department of State. With $1.472 million...
  • Local professionals among those sanctioned by licensing boards

     
    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently 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...
  • Whitehall grad on NBC show Saturday

     
    A Whitehall graduate has a recurring role in the cancelled NBC drama "Do No Harm"" which will finish out its 13 episodes this summer. Kristina Teschner, a 1999 Whitehall High Shcool graduate, plays the role of Connie Pence in four......
  • Questions over release of Pa. murder suspect held in Baltimore

    Questions over release of Pa. murder suspect held in Baltimore
    A fugitive wanted for murder in Pennsylvania was wrongly released from the Baltimore City Detention Center this week — and authorities are still trying to figure out how that happened. Dale Wakefield, 21, is being held in a Bucks County, Pa., jail...
  • Dr. Jacob C. Handelsman, surgeon

    Dr. Jacob C. Handelsman, a retired Baltimore surgeon whose career spanned six decades at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died July 1 from complications of dementia at Roland Park Place. He was 94. The son of immigrant parents from Europe who owned and operated a...
  • Mental health and substance abuse agencies merge

    Mental health and substance abuse agencies merge
    Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems and Baltimore Mental Health Systems will merge this fall as the field moves to integrating substance abuse and mental health treatment. The new organization will be named Behavioral Health System Baltimore, employ 70...
  • Dudley's Bistro welcomes new chef

    Dudley's Bistro welcomes new chef
    Phillip Holcombe signed on this month as chef at Dudley's Bistro in the New Town section of Williamsburg. Holcombe, 27, grew up in the area and worked at Busch Gardens before moving to Pennsylvania. There he studied in the apprenticeship program at...
  • Life of pilot aboard helicopter in fatal crash recalled

    Life of pilot aboard helicopter in fatal crash recalled
    A small helicopter, stenciled with Ray Lewis' number 52, flew over M&T Bank Stadium during the Ravens' last home game in January, honoring the legendary linebacker. Pilot David Jenny arranged the flight as a bit of guerrilla marketing for Fort Meade-...
  • Auditor General-Elelct Eugene DePasquale names top staffers.

     
    Incoming state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has named his senior staff. The York County Democrat takes office on Monday. “I am proud to announce the senior staff who will help me fulfill my commitment to the people of Pennsylvania to......
  • Kathleen Kane sworn in as PA's new state Attorney General.

     
    Vowing to roll up her sleeves and “just get it done,” Kathleen G. Kane was sworn into office as Pennsylvania’s new attorney general on Tuesday, becoming the first woman and the first Democrat to serve as the state’s top law......
  • Accusations of unlicensed dentistry should move you to verify professionals' licenses

     
    A pending case in Montgomery County is extreme, but it should give you something to think about before your next trip to the dentist, doctor, accountant, therapist or other professional. Authorities say a dental assistant and a receptionist at a......