The history of the American presidency is full of firsts -- from groundbreaking to the just plain goofy.
Who was the first president with a phone in the White House? The first to be divorced? From George Washington to Barack Obama, there have been many firsts in the history of the American presidency. Here are just a few.
The Lehigh Valley's unemployment rate increased to 5.6 percent in July, slightly higher than the state and national rates, according to the state Department of Labor & Industry.
Democrat Bob Casey of Pennsylvania has become the 32nd senator to support the nuclear deal with Iran.
A former first lady of Reading and a longtime professor at Albright College has passed away.
Sticking to a pledge he made early this year, Lehigh County executive Thomas Muller is proposing a 2016 county budget with no tax increase.
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