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Game delay causes ire among fans

Game delay causes ire among fans

The century-old Easton-Phillipsburg football match-up fell victim to the snow on Thanksgiving.

Reading school students shake it off in video gone viral

Reading school students, staff 'shake it off' in video gone viral

Students in the Reading School District say they hear some of the negative things people say about them, but they're just going to shake it off.

Health Beat: Concussions: The female factor

As many as 3.8 million concussions are reported every year. Most people think of male athletes when they think of concussions, but new research is showing young women may be more likely to suffer this injury.

Macungie man thanks Ohio family for gift of life

Macungie man thanks Ohio family for 'gift of life'

A Lehigh County man has plenty to be thankful for this holiday season.

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Cedarbrook Nursing Home without water for four days

Residents of Cedarbrook Nursing Home may have to spend a whole week without running water.

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UVA vows zero-tolerance policy on rapes

"The status quo is no longer acceptable."

That's the message the University of Virginia is trying to send its students and others after a scathing Rolling Stone story detailed allegations of a gang rape at a fraternity party, and the school's supposed...

Health Beat: Gene therapy: From bench to bedside: HIV

For the first-time ever, doctors at the University of Pennsylvania have successfully used personalized gene therapy in a dozen patients with HIV, knocking the virus down to the point where it was almost completely undetectable. Researchers said it's a huge win in the fight against aids and HIV, and brings them closer than ever to a cure.

Reading mayor presents turkeys to families in need

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Reading mayor presents turkeys to families in need

Some students at 12th and Marion Elementary School in Reading got a surprise Tuesday.

RHS students treat school staff to Thanksgiving feast

RHS students treat school staff to Thanksgiving feast

Students treated staff members to an early Thanksgiving meal at Reading High School on Tuesday.

Chairman Colver presents heroism awards to Ariel Shulman, left and Jackie Tornabene, center

Palmer supervisors present "Heroism Awards" to 3 women for saving life

Three local women were honored for saving the life of a 42-year-old Palmer woman who suffered a heart attack in October.

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Public expresses frustration with alternative education at Reading SB meeting

Discontent with the Reading School District's alternative education program resurfaced Tuesday night for the third month in a row.

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