Canadian PM Harper briefed on attacks

Canada PM: Soldier slain 'in cold blood'

First a soldier guarding a hallowed war memorial was gunned down in Canada's capital. Then shots erupted in the…

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Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets recall red, hot peppers

Customers of Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets are hereby informed of a produce recall.

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Jane Ervin elected to State Children's Board

Jane Ervin, President of Community Services for Children, has been elected to the board of PA Partnerships for Children.

Warren County Freeholders' meeting

Warren Haven Freeholders offer incentives to nursing home employees

Warren Haven Nursing Home employees now have a compensation incentive program based upon attendance and service-criteria.

Dave Hopkins, public works director, outlines improvement projects to Easton City Council

Easton solicitor: Scranton tax ruling has no bearing on city

A recent court decision that struck down a commuter tax in Scranton has no bearing on the earned income taxes Easton levies on non-residents who work in the city, Easton solicitor William Murphy said Wednesday night.

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Jill Kelly McComsey named WomenHeart champion

Jill Kelly McComsey, a Bethlehem lawyer who was struck with a heart attack "completely out of the blue" when she was 36 years old, has been named a WomenHeart champion after graduating from the 2014 national WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium at Mayo Clinic.

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Parkland promises modest tax increases for budget year 2015-2016

In a nutshell, Tuesday night's Parkland School District Board of Directors Workshop meeting centered around dough and doughnuts.

Easton eyes more big projects after City Hall, parking deck done

While work continues on the long-awaited new parking deck in downtown Easton, city officials are already talking about building another one.

Lehigh Valley Planning Commission Meeting

Allentown Planning holds "Downtown on the Move" public workshop

People met in Allentown Tuesday night to help develop the downtown.

Phillipsburg Council meeting

Phillipsburg borrowing $350,000 for road work

Phillipsburg's Main Street will soon have a new look, with the help of a $350,000 bond approved by town council Tuesday.

Bethlehem City Council outlines process to replace Karen Dolan

The process is in place to replace a Bethlehem City Council member who has resigned.

Pa. Depart. of Revenue Sec., Dan Meuser speaks to with members of the Concerned East Penn Taxpayers Assoc.

Emmaus learns of state pension crisis

The public employee pension system in Pennsylvania is in need of repair, Emmaus residents learned Tuesday night.

Arson charges

72-year-old man charged with Stroudsburg arson

Seventy-two-year-old Paul York of Stroudsburg has been charged with arson in connection with the Aug. 2 fire of a commercial and residential building in Monroe County.

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