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Candidates for Congress hold second debate in Bucks

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Democratic primary candidates Kevin Strouse and Shaughnessy Naughton faced off for their second debate Tuesday afternoon as they continue to vie for their party’s nomination this May.

Corbett signs 4 more child-abuse prevention bills

Corbett signs child protection bills

Four more bills spurred by the Jerry Sandusky and Roman Catholic clergy child sexual abuse scandals are now law in Pennsylvania.

Pa. lawmakers take questions at chamber breakfast

Berks legislative breakfast

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Pennsylvania lawmakers who represent parts of Berks County faced off with members of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce on Friday.

Sen. Boscola asked to leave bar after 'animated discussion'

State Senator Boscola

A Lehigh Valley lawmaker admits that she was asked to leave a Harrisburg bar after what she called an "animated discussion."

Tom Wolf makes campaign swing through Lehigh Valley

Tom Wolf makes campaign swing through Lehigh Valley

Meghan Packer/69 News

One of the Democrats who would like to be the next governor of Pennsylvania made a stop in the Lehigh Valley on Tuesday.

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Tractor trailer overturns against home, strikes gas line

Flipped truck
BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa.

Crews worked into the night clearing the scene after a tractor trailer slammed into a house in Northampton County.

Forks approves plan for medical office, fast food joint

Forks Twp. supervisors meeting
FORKS TWP., Pa.

Township supervisors have given their blessing to a new commercial development that will house a medical office, a bank and a fast food restaurant.

Upper Milford Supervisors make no decision on public works head

Upper Milford Supervisors
UPPER MILFORD TWP., Pa.

Two executive sessions for personnel issues Thursday night were not enough to prompt Upper Milford Township Supervisors to announce a selection for a new director of public works.

Flemington cop injured when his gun discharges

Police lights
RARITAN TOWNSHIP, N.J.

An investigation is underway involving what appears to be the accidental discharge of a firearm that injured an unidentified police officer who was parked in a lot off South Main Street in Raritan Township.

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