Jessica Padgett

DA: Missing Lehigh County woman found dead; stepfather charged

Jessica Padgett, a Lehigh County woman missing in Northampton County since Friday, has been found dead.

Reading shopping center shooting

Gunman opens fire inside barbershop; at least 2 people shot

At least two people were shot when a man walked into a barbershop in Reading and opened fire.

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Cedarbrook debate boils over

Cedarbrook artist rendering
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

The long-simmering dispute between Lehigh County commissioners and county Executive Thomas Muller about the future of the Cedarbrook nursing homes boiled over during Tuesday night’s commissioners meeting.

Palmer supervisors present "Heroism Awards" to 3 women for saving life

Chairman Colver presents heroism awards to Ariel Shulman, left and Jackie Tornabene, center
PALMER TWP., Pa.

Three local women were honored for saving the life of a 42-year-old Palmer woman who suffered a heart attack in October.

Chene Mejias pleads guilty to killing grandfather

Chene Mejias

Tim Cox/69News

ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Chene Mejias pleaded guilty to third degree murder Tuesday in Lehigh County Court.

Public expresses frustration with alternative education at Reading SB meeting

Reading School District board meeting
READING, Pa.

Discontent with the Reading School District's alternative education program resurfaced Tuesday night for the third month in a row.

 

On this Day

  • Concorde's last flight, 2003

    Martin Bennett/Reuters

    On this day: November 26

    Thanksgiving Day becomes an official holiday, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is published, the NHL is formed, "Casablanca" premieres, and the Concorde lands for the last time, all on this day.

 

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