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    N.J. 'Bridgegate' official testimony wraps

    A former New Jersey Port Authority official took the stand this week, refuting allegations that he continuously lied about his involvement in the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in September 2013 as an act of political retribution for a...


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Allentown City Council seeks clarification on salaries

Tempers flare at meeting of Allentown City Council

Allentown Council Vice President Daryl Hendricks is seeking answers as to how much some city employees recently hired by Mayor Ed Pawlowski are being paid and who decides those salaries - city council or the mayor.

Reading School Board hears presentation on test score reaction plans

Reading School District to borrow 30 million

Taking action on the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile Scores was the topic of a presentation given during Wednesday evening’s Reading School Board committee of the whole meeting.

Authorities: Man used Craigslist ad to arrange meeting with 13-year-old

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The Bethlehem Twp. man was actually chatting with a state investigator posing as a teenage girl

South Whitehall to sell police cars, equipment


South Whitehall Township plans to auction vehicles and equipment that are beyond repair and no longer worth fixing.

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Jessica's Law headed to the House for consideration

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A judiciary committee voted on legislation Wednesday that would  make desecration or mutilation of a corpse  an aggravating circumstance and would qualify a defendant for the death penalty.

Chris Christie to appear in court over misconduct complaint

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will appear before a judge to answer for a citizen's complaint that he failed to put a stop to the closure of lanes at the George Washington Bridge in 2013.

Stakes high for municipalities relying on casino money

Stakes high for municipalities relying on casino money

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down a law last month that required casinos to pay host fees to surrounding municipalities.

Curt Schilling pitches possible US Senate run

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Former Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling said he'll run against Elizabeth Warren in the U.S. Senate if his wife agrees.