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  • A cheap day out in London

    It was the final day of a two-month trip to Europe. I was in London, and with all of my work behind me, I had the freedom to do whatever I wanted. So I decided to test my five free London audio tours in a citywide blitz spanning two neighborhoods, one church, and two museums. It ended up being a very entertaining and cheap day, proving that you don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fulfilling experience in this pricey city.
  • Nothing to fear from phony email threats

    Nothing to fear from phony email threats
    Sometimes scammers try so hard to scare people into opening their wallets that they overdo it and lose their intended effect. The email Birdine Remaley Jr. of Whitehall Township got recently is a good example. It tried to be threatening and startled...

    Police weigh in on restricted-bridge enforcement

    Q: Being a former owner of large trucks, I am familiar with the weight-restriction laws often placed on structurally deficient bridges. The state has posted the Cementon-Northampton Bridge at 50,000 pounds, yet driving this road daily, I constantly see...

    Credit card interest scams get more interesting

    Audrey Ohl got worried when her caller ID showed Woodlawn Fire Department in South Whitehall Township was ringing her phone. One of her children lives in that area. "I thought, Oh my gosh, what's happening? Did something happen at their house and they'...

    Grave mistakes prompt generous offer

    It's not often that the Watchdog shares good news, but today is one of those days. Remember Bob and Joanne Yenser? I wrote about them last month. They ditched their cemetery plots after strangers were buried in them by mistake not once, but twice. Bob...