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Aurel Arndt, chief executive of Lehigh County Authority, is retiring

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa.

Aurel Arndt, longtime Chief Executive of Lehigh County Authority's Board of Directors is retiring and the board has appointed a successor.

New emergency alert system

New emergency alert system
BERKS, Pa.

in the event of an emergency, you can be one of the first to know

Easton Area could pay $6 million more for Paxinosa repairs

Easton Area School District officials
EASTON, Pa.

Renovating Paxinosa Elementary could cost $6 million more than first anticipated, the project engineer told Easton Area School District officials Tuesday.

Hammerstein Center appeals zoning decision

Part of Hammerstein property could be converted into museum
DOYLESTOWN, Pa.

The grandson of Oscar Hammerstein is appealing the Doylestown Zoning Board's rejection of plans for a museum honoring the legendary lyricist

Pa. US Rep. Fattah indicted in racketeering case

Congressman Chaka Fattah

Matt Rourke/AP

Pennsylvania U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah was indicted Wednesday on charges he misappropriated hundreds of thousands of dollars of federal, charitable and campaign funds.

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."