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Candidates for Congress debate issues in 69 News studios

Candidates for Congress debate issues in 69 News studios

69 News

The candidates running in Pennsylvania's sixth congressional district faced off in our 69 News studios on Friday.

Plosser wants interest rates to rise "sooner rather than later"

Plosser speaks about the economy in Allentown

The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia says the Fed should raise interest rates "sooner rather than later."

New Jersey voter registration deadline Tuesday

Tuesday is the deadline for New Jersey residents to register to vote ahead of the Nov. 4 general election.

Will Bethlehem councilwoman step down? Husband says yes

Bethlehem councilwoman responds to grand jury report

69 News

New developments emerged Friday in a scandal involving Bethlehem City Councilwoman Karen Dolan.

Report: Democrats pull ads in race for Gerlach's US House seat

US Capitol

John R. Coughlin/CNNMoney

With less than a month to go until the general election, some higher-ups in the Democratic Party seem ready to concede several races for Congress.

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Parkland promises no more than modest tax increases for budget year 2015-2016

Parkland High School
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

In a nutshell, Tuesday night's Parkland School District Board of Directors Workshop meeting centered around dough and doughnuts.

100 gallon blood donor honored in Lehigh Valley

100 gallon donor

It has taken him more than 30 years, but a Whitehall Township man has become an inspiration in the community by donating 100 gallons of blood.

72-year-old man charged with Stroudsburg arson

Arson charges
STROUDSBURG, Pa.

72-year-old Paul York of Stroudsburg has been charged with arson in connection with the Aug. 2 fire of a commercial and residential building in Monroe County.

Phillipsburg borrowing for $350,000 in road work

Phillipsburg Council meeting
PHILLISPBURG, N.J.

Phillipsburg's Main Street will soon have a new look, with the help of a $350,000 bond approved by town council Tuesday.