Wacky News for Thursday 10/10/13
Police: man admits to bank robberies in Berks County
There are millions of dollars worth of development happening in downtown Allentown right now.
An area teenager is being hailed a hero after he jumped into action along Route 662 in Ruscombmanor Township.
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Veterans served our country, and now people in Reading are gathering to serve them.
One lawmaker says legislation to fix the chronic backlog of veterans' benefit claims is lacking, so he's taking action.
It's a test that affects millions of students across the country, and in 2016 the SAT will be significantly different.
An Allentown man is facing several charges after police said he sold heroin to an undercover informant.
Some 24 million Americans suffer from some form of COPD.
If you enjoy high-end, luxury cars and have the cash to spend on them, a new dealership coming to the area is just for you.
You can now wake up to the smell of bacon everyday, if you're lucky.
Nearly two months ago the fate of a proposed no-kill animal shelter in the Borough of Northampton was left hanging by a whisker and on Thursday night that whisker was reduced to stubble.
The Fogelsville Dam, which has been a thorn in the side of Upper Macungie Township in recent years, will finally be fixed this year.
Sean Davis, 26, of Allentown turned himself in to Allentown police Wednesday in connection with a Feb. 24 shooting near 5th and Washington streets in the city.
Forks supervisors are preparing to hire a Bethlehem firm to inspect the township's amphitheater.