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Police at Dhaka hostage situation

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Bangladesh police: Commandos storm restaurant

Commandos have stormed a cafe where gunmen took hostages in Bangladesh's capital Friday night, CNN reported.

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Berks native, wife lose everything in fire near Phoenix

A Berks County native and his wife managed to escape their burning home in Arizona, only to be trapped in their fenced-in backyard.

Police arrest suspect in Allentown double shooting

Authorities allege the 31-year-old started firing at one victim while he sat in his car.

Police Woman escapes captor runs to Pottsville business

Police: Woman escapes captor, runs naked to Pottsville business

Police say a naked woman, covered in bruises, burst into a Pottsville business pleading for help

A look at the impossibly real work of Peter Maier

A look at the 'impossibly real' work of Peter Maier

The images themselves are striking, the detail of the paintings crystal clear. From faces to fenders, artist Peter Maier's images are in collections and galleries across the globe

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Bethlehem's Clearview Pool will not open this summer

Bethlehem s Clearview Pool will not open this summer
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

The city says Clearview Pool on Pinehurst Road will remain closed for the season due to contracting issues and time constraints

Pa. to invest $1.1M in Sinking Spring project

Sinking Spring s Columbia Avenue to close for repairs

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HARRISBURG, Pa.

A state grant will help fund a revitalization project in Berks County.

Farm to table movement at Valley Fruits and Veggies

The farm to table movement at Valley Fruits and Veggies
EAST ALLEN TWP., Pa.

As the farm to table movement continues to grow in the Lehigh Valley, local farmers are spreading the word on its importance.

Industrial and apartment development top mid-year LVPC list

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Almost two million square feet of approved non-residential and 237 acres of residential development plans have been given the go-ahead in the Lehigh Valley as of June 10 this year as per a report released Thursday night from the director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (LVPC) at its monthly meeting.

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Dorrance Township woman, 79, reported missing

Pennsylvania State Police say an elderly Dorrance Township, Luzerne County woman is missing.

Police searching for 56-year-old Gouldsboro man

Richard McClain, 56, was last seen on May 26 driving a silver Dodge Ram 2500 with Pennsylvania registration YXK6660

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Bethlehem's Clearview Pool will not open this summer

Bethlehem s Clearview Pool will not open this summer
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

The city says Clearview Pool on Pinehurst Road will remain closed for the season due to contracting issues and time constraints

Pa. to invest $1.1M in Sinking Spring project

Sinking Spring s Columbia Avenue to close for repairs

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HARRISBURG, Pa.

A state grant will help fund a revitalization project in Berks County.

Farm to table movement at Valley Fruits and Veggies

The farm to table movement at Valley Fruits and Veggies
EAST ALLEN TWP., Pa.

As the farm to table movement continues to grow in the Lehigh Valley, local farmers are spreading the word on its importance.

Industrial and apartment development top mid-year LVPC list

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Almost two million square feet of approved non-residential and 237 acres of residential development plans have been given the go-ahead in the Lehigh Valley as of June 10 this year as per a report released Thursday night from the director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (LVPC) at its monthly meeting.

 

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    On this day: July 1

    The Battle of Gettysburg begins, America's first zoo opens, the first Tour de France starts, the Sony Walkman hits the market, the PG-13 movie rating is introduced, and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill breaks an unfortunate record, all on this day.

 
 

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