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Feds find sick, dead animals at pet dealer ranch

Federal inspectors found sick and dead animals, inadequate sanitation, untrained employees performing euthanasia and other deficiencies at a small-animal dealer that supplied major pet retailers like Petco and PetSmart.

Reading Area Water Authority increases rates

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RAWA: Dissolution may imperil 150K+ water customers

Reading City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday night to dissolve the Reading Area Water Authority.

2-alarm forces evacuation of North Penn HS

A two-alarm fire sent students at North Penn High School in Montgomery County home early on Tuesday.

Officials identify man found dead in Allentown

Man found dead inside burning home took his own life, coroner rules

Police and fire officials are investigating the death of a man found inside a burning home in Allentown.

Police seek trucker who took out traffic light

Police are seeking the driver of a tractor trailer who took out a traffic light on a busy highway in Berks County.

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Emmaus High School will get an SRO in fall

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Allentown Community Corrections Center closing

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

The Allentown Community Corrections Center, which for more than 40 years  served as a halfway house for state prison parolees re-entering society, will close by the end of summer.

Council dissolves Reading Area Water Authority

Council dissolves Reading Area Water Authority

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READING, Pa.

Reading City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday night to dissolve the Reading Area Water Authority.

Stabbing victim tells police he tried to break up fight

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BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Allentown man charged after attack in district court parking lot in South Side Bethlehem

Reading hires new police chief, managing director

Reading hires new police chief

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READING, Pa.

Reading City Council unanimously approved Monday night the candidates nominated by Mayor Wally Scott for managing director and police chief.

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Whitehall Township man missing since Friday found safe

A Whitehall Township man, who police say had not been seen or heard from since Friday morning, was located Sunday afternoon.

Police in Monroe County searching for 15-year-old autistic boy

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State police are searching for Shane O'Neil who was last seen on Wood Oak Court in Saylorsburg

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    Cosby sex scandal timeline

    A Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday, May 24, there is enough evidence, for Bill Cosby to go to trial for a 2004 case. Cosby goes to trial for felony indecent assault charges and faces up to 10 years in prison. Check out a timeline of rape and other sexual misconduct accusations made against the comedian.

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Allentown Community Corrections Center closing

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

The Allentown Community Corrections Center, which for more than 40 years  served as a halfway house for state prison parolees re-entering society, will close by the end of summer.

Council dissolves Reading Area Water Authority

Council dissolves Reading Area Water Authority

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READING, Pa.

Reading City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday night to dissolve the Reading Area Water Authority.

Stabbing victim tells police he tried to break up fight

Bethlehem Police car, generic

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BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Allentown man charged after attack in district court parking lot in South Side Bethlehem

Reading hires new police chief, managing director

Reading hires new police chief

Maria Salazar/69 News

READING, Pa.

Reading City Council unanimously approved Monday night the candidates nominated by Mayor Wally Scott for managing director and police chief.

 

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    On this day: May 24

    "Mary Had a Little Lamb" is first published, the Brooklyn Bridge opens, Major League Baseball gets lit up, Bob Dylan is born, and "Thelma & Louise" and "Braveheart" premiere in theaters, all on this day.

 
 

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