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Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka charged with murder in 1983 death

A WWE legend is now charged in a 32-year-old death investigation in Lehigh County.

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Massive manhunt after officer's death

A large-scale search for three suspects in the fatal shooting of an Illinois police officer continued Tuesday into the night.

Officers in heavy gear, with K-9 partners and others on horseback, kept…

Search continues for person who shot teen in Freemansburg

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Search continues for person who shot teen in Freemansburg

Police in Freemansburg, Northampton County, said a 15-year-old boy took a bullet to the head. Now, the hunt is who pulled the trigger.

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Overdose antidote offered free to Berks residents

An antidote that can reverse a heroin overdose is being offered free of charge to Berks County residents.

A final goodbye to Darryl Dawkins

A final goodbye to Darryl Dawkins

A public viewing was held Tuesday night for fans to say their final goodbyes to Darryl Dawkins.

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Police Woman stole 34 400 from local PTA

Police: Woman stole $34,400 from local PTA

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Bethlehem Council hears Moravian College proposal

Proposed Hall of Health Sciences at Moravian College
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Changes that will allow Moravian College to construct a new Hall of Health Sciences on its campus in Bethlehem were the subject of two public hearings held by City Council Tuesday night.

Moore Supervisors deem 250th celebration a success

Moore Twp. Board of Supervisors
MOORE TWP, Pa

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors reviewed the municipality's 250th anniversary two-day celebration Tuesday evening.

NE Extension redesign compounds proposed Milford Twp. project

Milford Twp. Supervisors in session
QUAKERTOWN, Pa

Milford Township Supervisors continue to have more questions than answers surrounding how the redesign and widening of the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Northeast Extension will impact their future.

"I wish we knew where this was going," said Supervisor Thomas Courduff during Tuesday night's meeting.

The biggest concern centers around a proposed 200,000 square-foot industrial building and a future addition totaling 100,000 square feet proposed by Gorski Engineering, Inc. on a 35-acre site west of Rosenberger Road and south of New Road.

The interchange reconfiguration will be constructed on what is currently open space and place a sound barrier between a newly constructed ramp and residential properties, according to officials.

Public improvements slated for the massive warehouse project are difficult to ascertain, according to Chairman Robert Mansfield

Phillipsburg Council approves redevelopment of Ingersoll Rand property

PHILLIPSBURG, N.J.

Phillipsburg Town Council members unanimously approved an agreement with Opus Investment Group to redevelop the entire Phillipsburg section of the Ingersoll Rand property.

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    Day care workers run ‘fight club’

    Investigators say two former day care workers in Cranford, New Jersey, encouraged preschoolers and kindergartners to fight each other on the playground. They then recorded the fights and shared hem with their friends.

 
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Pennsylvania State Police searching for missing Monroe County man

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Donald Joseph Lemke was reported missing by family members Tuesday afternoon

Missing Lansdale resident has been found

Wayne Lundquist, a 73-year-old Lansdale resident missing since Friday, has been found.

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    Pope Francis continues to ride a wave of popularity that has earned him accolades and criticisms alike. Take a look at the many reasons why Pope Francis is cool.

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INSIDE YOUR TOWN

Bethlehem Council hears Moravian College proposal

Proposed Hall of Health Sciences at Moravian College
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Changes that will allow Moravian College to construct a new Hall of Health Sciences on its campus in Bethlehem were the subject of two public hearings held by City Council Tuesday night.

Moore Supervisors deem 250th celebration a success

Moore Twp. Board of Supervisors
MOORE TWP, Pa

The Moore Township Board of Supervisors reviewed the municipality's 250th anniversary two-day celebration Tuesday evening.

NE Extension redesign compounds proposed Milford Twp. project

Milford Twp. Supervisors in session
QUAKERTOWN, Pa

Milford Township Supervisors continue to have more questions than answers surrounding how the redesign and widening of the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Northeast Extension will impact their future.

"I wish we knew where this was going," said Supervisor Thomas Courduff during Tuesday night's meeting.

The biggest concern centers around a proposed 200,000 square-foot industrial building and a future addition totaling 100,000 square feet proposed by Gorski Engineering, Inc. on a 35-acre site west of Rosenberger Road and south of New Road.

The interchange reconfiguration will be constructed on what is currently open space and place a sound barrier between a newly constructed ramp and residential properties, according to officials.

Public improvements slated for the massive warehouse project are difficult to ascertain, according to Chairman Robert Mansfield

Phillipsburg Council approves redevelopment of Ingersoll Rand property

PHILLIPSBURG, N.J.

Phillipsburg Town Council members unanimously approved an agreement with Opus Investment Group to redevelop the entire Phillipsburg section of the Ingersoll Rand property.

 

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    On this day: September 2

    London burns, Atlanta falls to Union forces, Japan surrenders to end World War II, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates its opening with a star-studded jam, all on this day.

 
 

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