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Upper Providence crash injures 3

Upper Providence crash injures 3

Three people were hospitalized after a bad wreck in Montgomery County.

Easton's long-range plan should be ready next month

Easton's comprehensive plan, a blueprint for where the city is headed over the next two decades, went through one of its final edits Tuesday night with City Council and Mayor Sal Panto Jr. providing a few last-minute observations, tweaks and suggestions.

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Schuylkill County man accused of sex with teenager

State Police in Schuylkill County have made a sexual assault arrest.

Large meth bust in Lancaster County

Large meth bust in Lancaster County

An out-of-the-way road in the heart of Lancaster County was the scene of a major meth bust.

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Neighbors vet former historic Bethlehem Armory Project

As a former mayor of Bethlehem, John Callahan was accustomed to speaking at town halls.

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Neighbors vet former historic Bethlehem Armory Project

Bethlehem City Council - armory

As a former mayor of Bethlehem, John Callahan was accustomed to speaking at town halls.

Palmer Township supervisors approve minor changes to Amazon warehouse site plan

Palmer Township supervisors Tuesday night unanimously approved a revised site plan for a recently completed 1.1-million-square-foot warehouse on Van Buren Road to be occupied by Amazon.

EASD greets new staff

Easton Area School District is going into the 2016-2017 year with new teachers and increased security

Easton's long-range plan should be ready next month

EASTON, Pa.

Easton's comprehensive plan, a blueprint for where the city is headed over the next two decades, went through one of its final edits Tuesday night with City Council and Mayor Sal Panto Jr. providing a few last-minute observations, tweaks and suggestions.

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    Italy earthquake leaves 39 dead, towns ruined

    A strong, shallow earthquake devastated towns in central Italy early Wednesday, killing at least 39 people and leaving rescuers desperately digging through the rubble to free survivors.

    The 6.2-magnitude earthquake badly damaged villages in a mountain...

 
 
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Police: Missing elderly man found safe in Allentown

Authorities in Lehigh County say they have found an elderly man who had been missing since early Sunday morning.

Elio Cabrera of Allentown reported missing

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Elio Cabrera of Allentown has been reported missing.

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    Deadly quake shatters central Italy

    A powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck Italy about 100 miles northeast of Rome early Wednesday morning. The damage was significant and the death toll is climbing.

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Neighbors vet former historic Bethlehem Armory Project

Bethlehem City Council - armory

As a former mayor of Bethlehem, John Callahan was accustomed to speaking at town halls.

Palmer Township supervisors approve minor changes to Amazon warehouse site plan

Palmer Township supervisors Tuesday night unanimously approved a revised site plan for a recently completed 1.1-million-square-foot warehouse on Van Buren Road to be occupied by Amazon.

EASD greets new staff

Easton Area School District is going into the 2016-2017 year with new teachers and increased security

Easton's long-range plan should be ready next month

EASTON, Pa.

Easton's comprehensive plan, a blueprint for where the city is headed over the next two decades, went through one of its final edits Tuesday night with City Council and Mayor Sal Panto Jr. providing a few last-minute observations, tweaks and suggestions.

 
 

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    On this day: August 24

    The White House burns, potato chips are invented, John Lennon's assassin goes to prison, and Pete Rose agrees to a ban from baseball, all on this day.

 
 

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