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Allentown has a $200 million red ink problem, which, it seems, is the fault of any city politician not currently in office, and a population of 118,000 as of the 2010 census. That $200 million, split 118,000 ways, comes to less than $1,700 per person....
History is for old fogeys, right? Well, then, what are all these young people doing volunteering at the Washington County Historical Society? And, why are high and middle school students engaged with in-depth historical research projects? Interns and...
Linda Thompson, the Harrisburg mayor who asked Pennsylvania to designate the state's capital city as fiscally distressed in 2010, lost her re-election bid in the Democratic Party primary to a local bookstore owner. Eric Papenfuse, 41, who owns the...
Tags: Elections, Dauphin County, Politics
email@example.comTwo Waynesboro women were killed early Sunday when their vehicle hit a guardrail on Interstate 81 north of Harrisburg, Pa. Molly K. Kever, 20, and Sara J. Ballard, 21, died after a 1996 Dodge Neon driven by Kever entered a grass median off a curve,...
The Morning Call was recognized by the Associated Press this weekend with a first-place award for its coverage of the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse trial in June. The award for general news reporting was presented to The Morning Call staff at the annual...
Pennsylvania's pension crisis is about to hit state homeowners and taxpayers, and the results won't be pretty. The state's two pension systems — for state government workers and public school employees — are, together, more than $47...
Washington County - All county administrative offices will be closed Monday for Memorial Day. - Trash will not be collected. - The County Commuter will not operate Monday. - City of Hagerstown - City of Hagerstown offices are closed Monday. -...
Valley 610When you’re looking at campaign finance reports, the people who give candidates money are often more interesting than where candidates spend it. But that’s not the case with Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski’s latest report. In the first four...
He had never been in the smoky, confusing haze of gunfire. Never watched helplessly as strong young men fell dead in front of him. Until the Battle of Antietam, William Reichard didn't know war. Reichard, barely 20, left Allentown in the summer of...
I am constantly amazed between what I think people know and what they actually know. This reality manifests itself in many ways. Just the other day I heard a radio trivia contest and the question was in what city is Independence Hall? The answer given was...
All three North Dakota State University equestrian team members who advanced to national competition placed in their respective category. Karley Schaefer, a freshman from West Fargo, earned third place in intermediate horsemanship at the Intercollegiate...
Dan Rodricks is absolutely clueless. His article criticizing CEOs for their opinions regarding taxation and regulatory policies ("Complaining CEOs need to take a hike," May 8) has to be the most stupid piece on the subject that I have ever read. The...
Tags: Corporate Officers
May 23, 2013 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
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May 17, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
May 15, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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