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Two people are dead and one person is injured after a shooting that began on Route 22 in the early morning of April 21 and Read more
Lehigh University announced on April 21 that it is requiring students to be vaccinated if they plan to come to campus in the fall. Read more
So far, Jen Clements, a professor of social work and gerontology at Shippensburg University, has found vaccination appointments for more than 500 people all for Read more
A state senate committee has approved a measure to give sexual abuse survivors up to two years to sue their abusers if their cases were Read more
Frogs and salamanders get a new place to breed thanks to a restoration project at Ohiopyle State Park in western Pennsylvania. The Allegheny Front’s Kara Read more
Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin said the incident began on Route 22 near the exit for Route 309 and Cedar Crest Blvd. when an Read more
A small group of Black Lives Matter activists from the Lehigh Valley gathered in downtown Allentown on April 20 after Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict was Read more
Social justice leaders in the Lehigh Valley are reacting to the guilty verdict on April 20 in the trial of an ex-Minneapolis police officer who Read more
Lehigh Valley activists are reacting to the guilty verdict on April 20 in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd. Read more
Across Pennsylvania - and the Lehigh Valley - officials reacted to the Minneapolis verdict on April 20 that convicted Derek Chauvin of the murder of Read more


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