Zany Facts for Monday 01/20/14
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Strong wind gusts are hampering the efforts of firefighters battling a 5-alarm fire at a motel in Berks County.Viewer video | Images
Story: Multi-alarm fire at motel in Muhlenberg
A veteran Reading police officer has put himself on the wrong side of the law, officials said.
A 27-year-old woman who was behind the wheel during a deadly crash in Lehigh County in 2012 has pleaded guilty to homicide by vehicle.
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A man was killed when his car left a road and hit a tree in Berks County early Wednesday morning.Images: Fatal crash scene
Police are investigating an accident where a car hit a pedestrian early Wednesday morning.
Police in the Poconos say they have nabbed a gun-toting man who allegedly ignited a fire inside an apartment building in Stroudsburg Tuesday night.
A truck driver involved in a fatal accident last year has pleaded no contest to traffic charges after more serious charges were dropped.
City of Easton
Centre Square in downtown Easton will soon be sprouting a new look, as the city experiments with new LED street lights and new pedestrian street crossing signals.
Saucon Valley High School students, beginning with the current freshman class, will need to pass Keystone examinations in three subjects in order to earn diplomas.
Experts agree that the best way to improve your diet is with simple steps.
Joanne F. Hartranft, who is retiring after 61 years with Parkland School District, was honored by the school board Tuesday night.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) said it is allowing a Monroe County sewer utility to move ahead with a rate increase, but for a lesser amount than originally proposed by the company.
If you're planning ahead for an explosive Fourth of July, look no further than Coca-Cola Park.
At Tuesday’s school board meeting, Pen Argyl officials projected a 2.7 percent tax increase for the 2014-15 school year.