After enjoying successful athletic careers, these notable sports figures opted to run for public office.
Hall of Fame basketball player Bill Bradley tallied 9,217 points during his 10-year career with the New York Knicks. In politics, Bradley was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1978 and served three terms. In 2000, he sought the Democratic nomination for president, but he lost to Al Gore. He's seen here with Howard Dean.
Reading City Hall has reason to celebrate.
Reading's mayor is putting his support behind the efforts of some concerned citizens who pushed to get a referendum on the ballot.
The public employee pension system in Pennsylvania is in need of repair, Emmaus residents learned Tuesday night.
The candidates running in Pennsylvania's sixth congressional district faced off in our 69 News studios on Friday.
The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia says the Fed should raise interest rates "sooner rather than later."
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