Oregon wins the first NCAA men's basketball tourney, the Good Friday Earthquake rips up Alaska, Brando boycotts the Oscars, and Viagra gets FDA approval, all on this day.
2013: Paul Williams, the journalist and publisher who founded the magazine Crawdaddy!, dies at age 64 at his home in California from complications related to a 1995 bicycle accident. A traumatic brain injury suffered in the accident led to early onset of dementia. Williams created Crawdaddy!, the first American magazine of rock music criticism, in January 1966 on the campus of Swarthmore College outside of Philadelphia with first issue consisting of 10 mimeographed pages written entirely by himself.
Easton Police are investigating after they say a driver intentionally hit two girls, while they were riding their bikes.
Tonight, Hillary Clinton will take the stage at the Democratic National Convention, accepting the nomination.
Seven protesters who breached the outer perimeter fence surrounding the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia were arrested Wednesday night, according to the Secret Service.
The protesters got into the Secret Service designated zone, but did...
The City of Allentown agreed to acquire $2.5 million in debt to fund capital projects related to sewer system and wastewater improvement.
It won't be long before we trade in the dog days of summer for the chill of autumn under the lights of the football field.
Lehigh County Commissioners Wednesday night unanimously approved a sweeping $67.5 million capital plan that over the next five years will help fund projects ranging from the restoration of the old county courthouse to farmland preservation.
Dozens gathered at the Albright College Chapel for an evening of serious dialogue hosted by the Reading Branch of the NAACP.
Easton City Council gets a primer on delinquent real estate taxes and adviceon what to do next.
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The City of Brotherly Love and the Wells Fargo Center play host to 2016 Democratic National Convention.
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Vivaldi and Bach die, the first hamburger is sold in the U.S., World War I breaks out, a bomber crashes into the Empire State Building, and the Summer Olympics open up in Los Angeles, all on this day.
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