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Racist SAE chant was taught at national event

The national office of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity changed its tune.

Just two weeks ago, the national office condemned a racist chant that resulted in the shutdown of the University of Oklahoma SAE chapter, saying, "The national fraternity does not...

Community activists accuse ASD of racial toxicity

Allentown teacher accused of using 'n-word' in class

Community activists are accusing the Allentown School District of harboring "racial toxicity."

Health Beat: The 'everywhere chemical': New warnings for moms-to-be

You've probably heard about phthalates, the chemicals that make plastic soft and flexible. They're practically in everything, but a new study reveals another reason pregnant women should try to avoid them.

Tulpehocken Area School District superintendent to retire

Tulpehocken Area School District superintendent to retire

A superintendent who spent nearly four decades in education said he's ready to retire.

Fitness Friday Endurance Multisports

Fitness Friday: Endurance Multisport

If you've ever dreamed of running a marathon, doing a triathlon, or any other long race, there's a new fitness center in Lehigh County aimed at helping you train.

Ebola anniversary

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Educator becomes Ebola responder

Today, Katie Meyler might be meeting with Google executives or maybe giving a talk at the United Nations about girls' education, poverty or Ebola. But just a few months ago, she was on the front lines fighting the Ebola epidemic in Liberia.

"I think a...

ASD administration under fire at directors' meeting

For the last four years, the month of March has brought madness to the Allentown School District.

Full-day kindergarten flourishes in Quakertown

Quakertown full-day kindergarten pilot program results favorable

The Quakertown Community School District's full-day kindergarten pilot program is producing positive results and making a visible difference in the lives of early learners.

Parkland School District collects 20 000 pounds of food

Parkland School District collects 20,000 pounds of food

A friendly competition is helping put food on the table of those who need it most.

Ambulance groups team up for Operation Safe Walk

Ambulance groups team up for 'Operation Safe-Walk'

In the wake of several reports of child luring cases in Berks County, a unique effort aims to keep kids safe as they head to and from school.

Health Beat: Dangers of testosterone

It's the hormone that regulates muscle mass, energy, and sex drive, and some men think more is better. You see it on TV, in magazines, and on shelves everywhere you turn, but few men know the dangers of taking testosterone.

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