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Quakertown readies to set up auxiliary police partnership


Quakertown Borough will soon offer area residents the opportunity to assist the police department.

Bangor Area School board passes real estate tax hike in $55 million budget

The Bangor Area School Board approved a tax increase as part of its 2016-17 school year budget Monday night.

Whitehall High School Principal to become district assistant superintendent

The Whitehall-Coplay School Board, in a special meeting Monday afternoon, appointed its high school principal as its new transitional assistant to the superintendent in charge of its student and operational services effective Aug. 20.

Arcade museum’s new home wins zoning approval in Allentown

Like a returning pinball, an Easton man was back before the Allentown Zoning Hearing Board Monday night seeking a variance for a new location for a proposed arcade museum.

Reading says no to municipal IDs

Mayor Wally Scott released a statement at the regular meeting of the Reading City Council Monday night that the city would not be moving forward with the provision of municipal identification cards.

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