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    Italy earthquake leaves 247 dead

    An eerie quiet has taken hold over Saletta.

    The small settlement of about 20 houses is less than a mile away from the epicenter of a deadly 6.2-magnitude earthquake, which killed at least 247 people, according to Italian authorities.

    More than 1,000 pe...

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Lower Nazareth supervisors to hold hearing on ordinances for health care overlay district

BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Lower Nazareth Township supervisors Wednesday night passed resolutions authorizing the advertisement of zoning amendment to allow a health care overlay district that would create one of the largest medical campuses in the Lehigh Valley.

Community gathers in Allentown for Ukrainian flag raising

Community gathers in Allentown for Ukrainian flag raising
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

A flag raising ceremony was held Wednesday morning at City Hall Plaza in Allentown

Family sues Navy over contaminated drinking water

NORRISTOWN, Pa.

A Bucks County family is suing the Navy, alleging its drinking water has been tainted by firefighting foams once used at two former bases.

Airport authority sees a future for Braden Airpark

HANOVER TWP., Pa.

Authority officials are weighing a more than $2 million project that includes upgrades and leasing surrounding land.

Local Politics

Libertarian, Paul Rizzo announces campaign for Congress

It will be a three-party race for the House of Representatives for one Pennsylvania district.

Judge orders Clinton to answer questions on email use

Hillary Clinton Rally in Scranton

Order issued as part of a long-running public records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch.

FBI agents return to Reading City Hall

FBI returns to Reading

The FBI-- inside Reading City Hall, again. Mayor Wally Scott called agents to further investigate so-called "buddy system" deals he says could have been made by the city's previous administration.

Term about over, Pennsylvania's top prosecutor goes on trial

Kathleen Kane

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Pennsylvania's attorney general goes on trial Monday in a perjury and obstruction case that follows years of petty feuds, a pornographic email scandal and political infighting.