Crews working to upright truck that overturned load into Delaware Canal

A tractor trailer has overturned into the Delaware Canal.

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Crews working to upright truck that overturned load into Delaware Canal

A tractor trailer has overturned into the Delaware Canal.

Monroe County Correctional Facility

Inmate charged for allegedly injuring 3 corrections officers

An inmate is facing charges for injuring three corrections officers he allegedly injured earlier this month.

Penn Street Bridge in Reading

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Part of Penn Street Bridge in Reading to close for repaving

With the Buttonwood Street Bridge between Reading and West Reading already closed for construction, commuters are being put on notice about temporary travel changes on the Penn Street Bridge.

Hot hot hot Heat humidity for Wednesday Thursday

Hot, hot, hot! Heat, humidity for Wednesday, Thursday

Today is another sunny, hot and humid day. As temperatures climb into the mid-90's, we will approach record highs, however it looks like we may fall just shy of those numbers.

Doctors offer tips for staying safe in high heat humidity

Doctors offer tips for staying safe in high heat, humidity

Doctors are urging folks to keep cool and hydrated during this week's high heat and humidity. 

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Aurel Arndt, chief executive of Lehigh County Authority, is retiring

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa.

Aurel Arndt, longtime Chief Executive of Lehigh County Authority's Board of Directors is retiring and the board has appointed a successor.

New emergency alert system

New emergency alert system
BERKS, Pa.

in the event of an emergency, you can be one of the first to know

Easton Area could pay $6 million more for Paxinosa repairs

Easton Area School District officials
EASTON, Pa.

Renovating Paxinosa Elementary could cost $6 million more than first anticipated, the project engineer told Easton Area School District officials Tuesday.

Hammerstein Center appeals zoning decision

Part of Hammerstein property could be converted into museum
DOYLESTOWN, Pa.

The grandson of Oscar Hammerstein is appealing the Doylestown Zoning Board's rejection of plans for a museum honoring the legendary lyricist

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Fountain Hill Police investigating possible abduction of two children

UPDATE: Police say both children have been returned safely to their mother.

Reading police locate missing 10-year-old girl

Camryn Corcoran was located by police around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday evening

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    On July 28, Joyce Mitchell, the prison tailor charged with helping two murderers stage a dramatic escape from an upstate New York prison last month, pleaded guilty to charges that could bring her up to seven years behind bars.

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INSIDE YOUR TOWN

Aurel Arndt, chief executive of Lehigh County Authority, is retiring

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa.

Aurel Arndt, longtime Chief Executive of Lehigh County Authority's Board of Directors is retiring and the board has appointed a successor.

New emergency alert system

New emergency alert system
BERKS, Pa.

in the event of an emergency, you can be one of the first to know

Easton Area could pay $6 million more for Paxinosa repairs

Easton Area School District officials
EASTON, Pa.

Renovating Paxinosa Elementary could cost $6 million more than first anticipated, the project engineer told Easton Area School District officials Tuesday.

Hammerstein Center appeals zoning decision

Part of Hammerstein property could be converted into museum
DOYLESTOWN, Pa.

The grandson of Oscar Hammerstein is appealing the Doylestown Zoning Board's rejection of plans for a museum honoring the legendary lyricist

 
 

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    On this day: July 29

    Vincent van Gogh dies, the Summer Olympics return after World War II, Jack Paar debuts on the "Tonight" show, Dylan crashes his motorcycle, and Prince Charles marries Diana, all on this day.

 
 

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