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Phillipsburg teacher pleads guilty to invasion of privacy

Former Phillipsburg band teacher pleads guilty to invasion of privacy

PHILLIPSBURG, N.J.

A Phillipsburg, New Jersey, school teacher will lose his license for taking photos of some of his female students.

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Police investigating sexual video at middle school

BRISTOL TWP., Pa.

Police said they're investigating the report of a sexually explicit video involving juveniles circulating among classmates at a middle school in Bucks County.

Allentown man shot while fleeing from robbers

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

An Allentown man was hit by gunfire as he fled robbers early Friday.

ASD Superintendent Russ Mayo

Administrator who filed lawsuit against district resigns from his job

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Allentown School District administrator Jose Rosado Sr., who has filed a federal lawsuit against the district, Superintendent C Russell Mayo and COO David Wildonger, resigned his position as director of alternative education.

Police: Woman claims to have bomb strapped to body as she robs store

HATFIELD TWP., Pa.

A woman, claiming to have a bomb strapped to her body, robbed a Montgomery County Rite Aid by demanding money from a cashier, police said.

Pottstown clergy rally for peace

Pottstown clergy rally for peace

POTTSTOWN, Pa.

Another local community rallied Thursday night against violence.

Concerns growing over safety of Route 222 in Berks

Concerns growing over safety of Route 222 in Berks

MAIDENCREEK TWP., Pa.

Safety concerns are growing about a dangerous stretch of Route 222.

Stroundsburg residents oppose Rt 80 widening proposal

Stroudsburg residents oppose I-80 widening proposal

STROUDSBURG, Pa.

A plan to widen one of our region's most dangerous highways is facing a bumpy road.

Township engineer Bill Erdman was honored by commissioners

Lower Macungie homeowners getting $19 tax break — and two artificial turf field

A controversial $3.3 million allocation to install two artificial turf fields spurred two of Lower Macungie Township’s five commissioners to vote against the 2015 budget Thursday night.

Northampton passes 2015 budget that includes property tax hike

NORTHAMPTON, Pa.

The Northampton Borough Council Thursday unanimously approved a 2015 budget that includes a one-half mill property tax increase.

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