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Ralph F. Paul of Greenville Township was the guest of honor during Hillcrest Grange's May 22 meeting when the organization's members celebrated the Pocahontas area resident's 90th birthday. This spring when the honoree and his wife, the former...
Poll: Corbett could be one-term governor Gov. Tom Corbett would stand little chance at winning a second term if the election were held today instead of 17 months from now, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. The poll, released Friday,...
As they hash out the final details of their budgets for 2013-14 this month, Lehigh Valley school districts are providing a first look into full implementation of President Barack Obama's health care law. The early results look rather like the pre-...
Q: The planned Turnpike car-charging stations you wrote about some time ago raise a few questions. How much will the Turnpike Commission be charging car owners to 'charge up' their plug-in hybrid or electric cars? Are there reliable studies showing that a...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGAmong a myriad of summer music festivals comes a new one: a metalcore music festival set for Allentown. The fledgling first-year Pennsylvania Deathbed Festival will feature more than a dozen acts in an all-day show starting 11 a.m. June 29......
Daily American Staff WriterLeona Shaffer remembers more than 90 years ago, back when her family ran a farm, raising Jersey and Guernsey cattle and growing and harvesting hay and crops with little mechanical help. Shaffer, who just turned 100, said she was a bit of a tomboy, and...
It's been five years since Pennsylvania government stepped out of the shadows by rewriting its open records law to give citizens much more access to how governments operate and spend public money. Many people, including me, believe the new Right-to-...
Richard H. Hynicka, 87, formerly of 1003 Orchid Way, Mountville, died May 2, 2013. He was born on May 13, 1925. He was a resident of the Mennonite Retirement Community, a caring, loving home away from home: Thank You. He was the husband of Anne M....
Call Washington BureauThe mayors of Allentown and Bethlehem were among the thousands of individuals and corporations who donated a total of $43 million to President Obama's second inauguration. Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski contributed $300 and his wife, Lisa, gave $305....
Elizabeth Damiter, a junior at Kutztown University, held down two jobs over the summer doing clerical work at Dorney Park and at her mother's office. Her younger sister, Meghan, a freshman at Kutztown, juggled three jobs — supervising a play area at...
Tags: Government, Financial Aid, Students, Tom Corbett, Coca-Cola Co.
Optimism might seem out of place after the Waterkeeper Alliance's bitter loss in a recent lawsuit to hold Perdue Farms and its grower Alan Hudson responsible for polluting waterways with poultry manure. But it's possible to at least be hopeful of...
Tags: Beverage Industry, Judges, Plant Openings, Perdue Farms, Farms
email@example.comAn adventurous dining experience being offered May 5 in downtown Waynesboro is designed to open participants’ eyes to a gene mutation that causes blindness. People buying tickets for the “Dining in the Dark” charity event are being...
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