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  • Baltimore protests heat up

    CNN

    Baltimore riots: Leaders' emails show chaos

    Baltimore officials knew protests could erupt the day of Freddie Gray's funeral but were overwhelmed by the riots that followed.

    Those are some of the details found in 7,000 pages of government emails the city released Monday. The documents were turn...

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INSIDE YOUR TOWN

New Northampton middle school ready for 2015-2016 school year

Northampton School Board
NORTHAMPTON, Pa.

Northampton Area School District's new middle school is expected to open on schedule next month for the start of the 2015-2016 school year.

New, transitional care facility discussed in Upper Saucon

UPPER SAUCON TWP., Pa.

A proposed transitional care facility that would rest across the highway from the Promenade Shops in Upper Saucon Township is one step closer to becoming a reality.

Bangor school board president blasts board members, quits

New school board president Michael Goffredo, second from right,
BANGOR, Pa.

Bangor School Board president Pam Colton unexpectedly resigned Monday, saying she can no longer tolerate some other members.

Reading City Council addresses paychecks, pavements and parks

Reading City Council recognizes Parks and Recreation month
READING, Pa.

Members from local AFSCME chapters attended the Reading City Council meeting on Monday night to speak out against pending ordinances to amend the severance section of the Administrative Code.

Pa. House speaker links liquor overhaul to new taxes for budget

AP

The Republican speaker of the Pennsylvania House said his members won't vote for any sort of tax increase without privatization of the state liquor system, and that lawmakers may eventually override the Democratic governor's vetoes.

Booker says Christie most underestimated 2016 candidate

Chris Christie and Cory Booker

Mel Evans/AP

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker said he believes New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the most underestimated presidential candidate in the crowded 2016 field.

Pawlowski says he’s staying put; Council considers what ifs

Allentown leaders prepare for possible resignation of mayor

69 News

Allentown's leaders are grappling with a very powerful "what if."

McGinty giving 'serious consideration' to US Senate run

Katie McGinty

Matt Slocum/AP

The newly resigned top aide to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday that she'll give "serious consideration" to running for U.S. Senate in 2016 and will make an announcement about her future soon.